Selection of the SIX TO CELEBRATE is based on a combination of factors, including completeness and clarity of the material submitted, architectural and/or historical significance of the area, current threats to the area, need, and geographic distribution in New York City.

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Applications are due on Monday, December 3, 2018.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send the following items as digital documents on one flash drive or by email to: jdenno@hdc.org
CHECKLIST OF ENCLOSURES:
___ A completed Application Form.
___ Up to 20 labeled, current images (photos or scans) that
illustrate the site/neighborhood – the good and the bad.
Images must be JPEG files, at least 300 dpi. Please make sure HDC has permission to use these images
___ A map showing location and boundaries.
___ Optional further documentation such as articles,
historic images, landmark nomination forms or reports
(please do not send originals).

SEND TO:
Six to Celebrate
Historic Districts Council
232 East 11th Street
New York, New York 10003

Please save a copy for your files. We will contact you if more information is needed.
We encourage you to contact HDC prior to submission to discuss your application. Please contact Jesse Denno at
212-614-9107, ext. 10, or jdenno@hdc.org.

Selection of the SIX TO CELEBRATE will be based on a combination of factors, including completeness and clarity of the material submitted, architectural and/or historical significance of the area, current threats to the area, need, and geographic distribution in New York City. Contacts for the six chosen will be notified in December 2017, and the sites will be announced in January 2018.


For more information read our brochure {English} {Spanish}

 If you have any questions call 212-614-9107 or e-mail Jesse Denno jdenno@hdc.org


Support is provided in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Additional support is provided by New York City Council Members Margaret Chin, Robert Holden, Corey Johnson, Ben Kallos, Stephen Levin, and Keith Powers.