New York Landmarks Conservancy videos:
1. Tourist In Your Own Town video series invites New Yorkers and visitors alike to discover some of the City’s extraordinary landmarks. Tourist videos include Green-Wood Cemetery, Governors Island, Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, Weeksville Heritage Center, Manhattan Bridge Arch and Colonnade, Church of the Intercession, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Morris-Jumel Mansion, South Street Seaport Museum, public schools by architect C.B.J. Snyder, Ellis Island’s South Side, and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
2. Special Events Videos, such as our 40th anniversary and ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
3. The Historic Properties Fund celebrates 30 years. The Fund offers low-interest loans and project management assistance to owners of historic residential, non-profit, religious, and commercial properties throughout the City – mostly in low- to moderate-income communities.
4. The Sacred Sites Program assists religious organizations with statewide matching grant programs: Sacred Sites Grants. Congregations located in New York City are additionally eligible for our third grant program: Consulting Grants. Finally, our fourth grant program is available for historic synagogues in New York City only: Jewish Heritage Fund Grants. The Program was launched in 1986 and is the only statewide nonprofit program in the nation responding to the preservation needs of historic religious properties.
5. Conservancy Press Videos. Highlights include programs from NY1, CUNY TV and The Wall Street Journal Online edition.