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Breaking: Landmarks Commission Votes to Advance Bialystoker Application

News from the Landmarks Preservation Commission this morning. Commissioners voted to "calendar" the application for the Bialystoker Nursing Home building at 228 East Broadway. As we reported over the weekend, the Bialystoker board has dropped its opposition to protecting...

Bialystoker Nursing Home Board Won’t Oppose Landmark Application; Hearing Scheduled (Updated)

Some big Friday afternoon news from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.   Preservationists have been lobbying for many months for the commission to protect the Bialystoker Nursing Home building at 228 East Broadway.   We've just been advised the application is listed...

Chin, Preservation Activists Try to Keep the Bialystoker in the News

On Friday, City Council member Margaret Chin came to the shuttered Bialystoker nursing home on East Broadway for a "photo op" with community activists battling to save the building from the wrecking ball.  As we reported last month, Chin...

Chin Backs Bialystoker Landmarking

We have an update this afternoon concerning the fate of the Bialystoker Nursing Home building at 228 East Broadway. The financially troubled home shuttered last year, and the nursing home board has been negotiating to sell the property to...

CB3 Asks Landmarks Commission to Protect Bialystoker Building

Last night, Community Board 3 voted 20-12 (with four members abstaining) in favor of a resolution calling on the Landmarks Preservation Commission to protect the former Bialystoker Nursing Home building at 228 East Broadway.   The debate leading up to...

Not Everyone Views the Bialystoker Building Through the Same Lens

This evening Community Board 3 will vote on a resolution in support of saving the Bialystoker Nursing Home building on East Broadway.   Previously, CB3's landmarks subcommittee and parks committee voted in favor of the resolution, which encourages the Landmarks...

The Battle For the Bialystoker: More Community Perspectives

Last week,  we filed a brief report after Community Board 3's landmarks subcommittee voted in favor of protecting the Bialystoker Nursing Home building, at 228 East Broadway.  Today -- a more detailed account from the public hearing, which offered...

CB3 Panel Supports Bialystoker Landmarking; Nursing Home Says Sale Approved by AG

Last night, Community Board 3's landmarks subcommittee voted 6-1 in favor of a resolution supporting historic protection of the Bialystoker Nursing Home on East Broadway. The facility was shuttered last year. Preservation activists filed an application with the Landmarks...

Sale of Bialystoker Home Could Be Imminent; Activists Hope For Political Intervention

This morning, we posted a report from yesterday's event examining the Bialystoker Nursing Home's past, present and future. Preservation activists hoped it would add momentum to their campaign to save the 1929 Art Deco building, located at 228 East...

Preservation Groups Make Their Case For Saving the Bialystoker Home

If several neighborhood preservation organizations have their way, the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission will soon take  steps to protect the 1931 Bialystoker building, which until recently was used a a nursing home. The endeavor faces an uphill battle as...
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