UWS Preservation and Development

Landmark West is hosting two upcoming classes which everyone should check out. But if you’re a real estate agent, these classes are good for continuing education credit.

Part one of the program will focus on the development of the Upper West Side, and will be led by NYU Professor Mosette Broderick. “From Farmlands to Fairway: Development of the Upper West Side” will transport attendees back in time, through the history of real estate development on the UWS. Broderick, one of NYC’s most knowledgeable historians will speak to the days when goats lived along Central Park West, to the eras when brownstones and row houses soared up to the skies.


The second portion of the program partners with PRESERV, a building restoration firm specializing in landmarks and historic properties. For over 25 years, PRESERV has completed over 50 restoration projects, and will focus on 5 of the most captivating. The projects feature dramatic restorations and renovations. Before and after photos, along with transformation photos will be shared. The program will be led by founder and president of PRESERV, Carl Culbreth. Culbreth has worked in building restoration for over 30 years, after earning his Masters of Fine Arts at Parson’s School of Design.

Anyone who enjoys the history of the UWS will love to learn about the restoration process. Brokers who attend both parts will receive 3 hours of real estate continuing education credit.  Broker Members and Partners may bring a colleague for free to this 2-for-1 program.

Time and Place:

  • Wednesday, April 17th, from 5:00-7:45 pm
  • Macaulay Honors College’s 2nd floor screening room (35 West 67th Street)
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