Please join LANDMARK WEST! and friends for
AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE BY
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
The lecture and after-party with wine and light food
will take place in a dramatic, circa-1904 apartment in the
Tickets are $50 and must be purchased in advance.*
Space is limited.
Contact LW! at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (212) 496-1714 to reserve your seats and get details.
prestigious architects, it was their less well-known colleagues, working
primarily for speculative builders, who created the residential and
commercial streetscapes of the city. Andrew Dolkart, James Marston Fitch
Associate Professor of Historic Preservation at
University, will analyze the ways in which speculative developers and their
architects and builders adapted popular architectural forms to
the demands of a dense city where real estate speculation has been a
paramount influence since the first Europeans settled here in
the 17th century.
Designed as a haven for working artists,
* $25 of your donation will be tax deductible.