PLNYS in the news

“Stakeholders wary of Cuomo's plans to 'reimagine' state's canal system,” Buffalo News | August 12, 2019

“Funding sought to restore Schoharie aqueduct,” The Daily Gazaette | August 7, 2019

“Award-winning work,” WAG Magazine | May 6, 2019

“Erie Canal advocates seek extension of waterway's new lease on life,” Times Union | May 3, 2019

“‘This was a building that really needed to be saved’,” Oswego County News Now | April 10, 2019

“NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project Receives a 2019 Excellence in Preservation Award,” Broadway World | April 10, 2019

“For Sale: An Abandoned, Decaying Fort on a Private Island,” Atlas Obscura | April 8, 2019

“State plans to extend major parks improvement project another four years,” Newsday | February 1, 2019

“Historic state tug could be made seaworthy for another century,” Times Union | November 23, 2018

“Preservation League wants to keep the historic tugboat Urger on canal waters,” Times Union | August 2, 2018

“Preservation Group Releases Annual 'Seven To Save' List,” WAMC Northeast Public Radio | April 10, 2018

“A Call For Changes To NYS Historic Tax Credits,” WAMC Northeast Public Radio | February 28, 2018

“South Setauket awaits decision on push for historic designation,” Newsday | June 25, 2017

“Statewide historic preservation group wades into Adirondack train-trail fight,” North Country Public Radio | March 3, 2016

“Preservation group designates American Indian and African-American site in Setauket as historic,” Newsday | February 26, 2014

“Downtown Syracuse loses eligibility for state historic preservation tax credit - for now,” The Post-Standard | June 16, 2013

recommended reading

“New York City's most iconic buildings, mapped,” Curbed New York | August 5, 2019

“What We Talk About When We Talk About Adaptive Reuse,” Chronogram | August 1, 2019

“Seneca Lake Surrenders its Watery Secrets,” NY State Parks & Historic Sites Blog | July 30, 2019

“Proposed historic district would make more than 280 Albany buildings eligible for tax breaks,” Albany Business Review | July 30, 2019

“$50M in estate restorations complete at Darwin Martin House,” WBFO | July 22, 2019

“‘We Cannot Save Everything’: A Historic Neighborhood Confronts Rising Seas,” The New York Times | July 8, 2019

“Frank Lloyd Wright buildings named UNESCO World Heritage sites,” Curbed | July 7, 2019

“Enslaved People Lived Here. These Museums Want You to Know,” The New York Times | June 26, 2019

“Stonewall's impact, 50 years after the riots: 'It's much more than a bar',” amNewYork | June 24, 2019

“This Architect's "Perfect Building" Takes Flight Once Again,” The National Trust for Historic Preservation Blog | June 18, 2019

“NYC Landmarks Six Sites Associated With Gay Rights Movement,” Gothamist | June 18, 2019

“In the Hudson Valley, a Drive Back in Time,” The New York Times | June 17, 2019

“Push to preserve Sag Harbor's historic African American district,” Newsday | June 17, 2019

“Kingston Land Trust buys 19th-century African burial ground,” Daily Freeman | May 30, 2019

“How the New York State Commercial Rehabilitation Tax Credit (NYSHTC) spurred the rebirth of Buffalo development,” Buffalo Rising | May 23, 2019

“These Long Island homes came from a kit,” Newsday | May 21, 2019

“Climate Change Poses a Threat to Cultural Heritage,” Scientific American | May 16, 2019

“A Gay Theater and James Baldwin’s N.Y. Apartment May Get Landmark Protection,” The New York Times | May 15, 2019

“The TWA Hotel, a spectacular midcentury time capsule, finally opens,” Curbed New York | May 15, 2019

“One man's quest to save a Shaker farm,” Times Union | April 29, 2019

“10 Western New York Treasures To Explore,” Rochester Brainery | March 25, 2019

“This Architecture Historian Wants You to Respect Queens,” City Lab | February 4, 2019