Led by John Sanguilano, a former NYC Landmark Preservation Commission member and historical preservationist architect, the tour will explore Greenwich Village and its unique historic residential brownstones, row houses and walk-ups built from the 1800's to 1915. Mr. Sanguilano will discuss the rise and fall of these prized dwellings and how individual architectural styles and periods shaped the facades and interior spaces.
Participants are asked to meet at Canal Street and Broadway promptly at 10 a.m with the tour ending at noon at Lafayette Street and 7th Avenue. This event requires a $25. per person minimum donation in cash or by check at the meeting place. An optional 'dutch treat' lunch will follow the tour. Additional donations to IFDA's Educational Foundation can be made by friends and family by supporting Walk participants. IFDA's EF is committed to improving the design and furnishings industry by supporting students and enhancing public awareness through education and philanthropic programs.
Space is limited. Call IFDA at 212-686-6020 or write firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space.