The 2010 Seven to Save Endangered Properties list draws attention to the plight of New York’s agricultural landscapes and structures, architecture of the recent past, early public housing complexes and the need for appropriate commercial revitalization. These seven valued historic resources are in danger of disappearing because of insufficient funding and financial incentives, insensitive public policies, general neglect, disinvestment, and in some cases, demolition.
Listed in alphabetical order by county.
Select a year at left to review additional information and updated status for recipients.
Originally, Seven to Save sites were announced at the end of each year. In order to re-align the announcement of the list with the calendar year during which the staff would address the issues, the League moved what would have been the listings for the end of 2004 forward to January, 2005. Therefore, there is no 2004 list.