The Neighborhood Preservation Center Birthday Party

Neighborhood Preservation Center

ESKW/A have a long history as architects for the Neighborhood Preservation Center, an organization that provides meeting rooms, office spaces, & a resource center to the public, as well as supporting community preservation and sustainability.  Our firm restored St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery, as well as St. Mark’s Rectory, where the NPC has its headquarters.

One week from today on Wednesday, October 8, several of us from ESKW/A look forward to attending the Neighborhood Preservation Center’s Birthday Party fundraiser at Webster Hall from 7-10pm.  It’s an evening that brings friends and colleagues from all over the City together to celebrate the Center’s work as an incubator for neighborhood preservation.

For the past 15 years the Neighborhood Preservation Center’s network has grown to include nonprofit and grassroots organizations, government agencies, and professionals all working in the allied fields that engage urban design and planning, history, economics, the environment, and architecture. As a result, NPC has become a recognized and much depended upon hub for this community to gather, learn and NPC Invitationnetwork.

The Birthday Party is a chance for everyone to gather for a festive celebration with delicious food and drinks, music, dancing, and much more. It’s a memorable, fun-filled evening that we look forward to every year.

Purchase your tickets here!

If you have any questions, please contact Felicia Mayro, Director of the Neighborhood Preservation Center at felicia@neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org.

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