Demolition of Chelsea buildings from 1840s has preservationists up in arms

“It stinks,” if you ask Andrew Berman, Executive Director of Village Preservation.

What he was referring to are a set of well-known buildings at the corner of Ninth Avenue and 14th Street that date to the 1840s and are protected as historic sites, but that is not stopping city agencies from green-lighting their demolition.

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