Landmark Travel Tours: London
The Landmark Society and Amas Musical Theatre present an Architecture and Theatre Travel Tour of London. London is known for its theatrical scene as well as its iconic architecture, so why not experience both on The Landmark Society’s upcoming travel tour to London, October 28 – November 4, 2016? We are partnering with Amas Musical Theatre in New York City to benefit from their connections with the West End theatre community. Executive Director, Wayne Goodman, and The Landmark Society staff have put together a tour that highlights the architectural icons that London is famous for and a few hidden gems that may be unknown to the average traveler. Registration deadline is August 22, 2016.
>>Visit our website for details and registration form.
Preservation Grant Fund Applications due August 1st
Applications are now available for our next round of funding. The Preservation Grant Fund provides initial “start-up” funding to assist in saving historic resources. The grant will not pay for any “bricks and mortar” work. Only pre-construction services are eligible for funding. Specific use of funds is flexible. Examples of eligible projects include: building condition reports, code compliance studies, construction estimates, visual project renderings, measured drawings, cost comparisons.
Contact Caitlin Meives, Preservation Planner at The Landmark Society to determine if your project is eligible.
Save the Date: Inside Downtown Tour
Shhh! We can’t show you more – but watch this space and save the dates for the 13th Annual Inside Downtown Tour! Friday night, September 30th from 5:30 to 8:30 pm and Saturday, October 1st from 11 am to 4 pm you’ll be able to see these doors open for you when loft apartments open up for us in the St. Paul Quarter neighborhood.