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This profile was last updated on 5/16/13  and contains information from public web pages.

Ms. Christabel Gough

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Local Address: Manhattan, New York, United States
Society for the Architecture of the City

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Christabel Gough, the ..., 16 May 2013 [cached]
Christabel Gough, the secretary for the Society for the Architecture of the City and a resident of the Greenwich Village Historic District, has a simple, to the point message for New Yorkers: Beware. Manhattanization, she warns, is growing, encroaching on historical neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs. It is the real estate equivalent of kudzu and Brooklyn, Ms. Gough says, is the next victim. Yet unlike it's leafy cousin, Manhattanization cannot be eradicated with sheep.
But first, a word on Manhattanization, as explained by Ms. Gough in her keynote speech, "Can Cobble Hill Avoid Manhattanization" at the Cobble Hill Association General Meeting on May 29th, and helpfully reprinted at Brownstoner. Read More
Plots & Plans: Hines plans 75-story tower at 53 West 53rd Street designed by Jean Nouvel, 29 May 2008 [cached]
Christabel Gough, the executive director of the Society for the Architecture of the City, told the commission that "one of the great landmark enigmas of New York has always been the landmark status of the Modern Museum," adding that "if the Modern Museum had been landmarked, even if the area around it, full of distinguished buildings, had become a Modern Museum Historic District, it might be easier to argue that there was a harmonious relationship of some kind, at least historically, it is, 'harmonious relationship' seems elusive, and while the University Club and St. Thomas Church as landmarks are entitled to take advantage of their rights under zoning, the likelihood of their falling into disrepair appears remote."
Unfinished at the Cathedral | Capalino+Company, 12 April 2012 [cached]
"It's just very unfortunate that what was a beautiful open space is now going to be taken up with some commercial development," said Christabel Gough, an officer of the volunteer group Society for Architecture of the City.
The "People's Hearing", 21 Feb 2010 [cached]
Christabel Gough, Society for the Architecture of the City
JPCA & Avella rally to save St. Saviour's -, 2 July 2007 [cached]
Christabel Gough, Secretary of the Society for the Architecture of the City, based in Manhattan, said, "This is one of the most historic places in New York. It's shameful that the Landmarks Commission has backed away from you, I think it's a political decision and we're fighting it, but so far we have had to look to Juniper Civic to keep this place standing. So thank you all for what you've done and keep after it, because we will win, I believe. Gough donated the money to fund the lawsuit brought by the JPCA last year against the developer, based on the 1878 deed in which James Maurice donated land for a churchyard and said it must always be used for church purposes.
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