New York

These 27 New York Sites Were Just Nominated for Historic Preservation

The sites span the state, including some in NYC.

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MisterStock/Shutterstock
MisterStock/Shutterstock

New York State could be getting a few more historic trophies on its shelves.

Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced that the New York State Board for Historic Preservation recommended adding 27 properties to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Among the nominees are an Adirondack cure cottage that once welcomed and served tuberculosis patients and a West Harlem historic district that has strong ties to Black leaders in NYC.

While the properties are officially nominated, they will need to be reviewed before getting approval and being added to the register. Currently, New York State flaunts over 120,000 historic properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in categories like history, archeology, architecture, and culture of the state as well as the nation.

In addition to it being a great honor, officially becoming a Historic Place is beneficial to the preservation and revitalization of the site. The properties that enter the historic place list become eligible for a variety of preservation services, including matching state grants and state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits.

“New York is defined by its diverse culture and history, and we will continue efforts to keep our state’s inspiring story alive,” Governor Hochul said in an official statement. “Adding these 27 sites to the State and National Registers will provide support and resources to preserve their rich heritage and help ensure future generations of New Yorkers can continue to be inspired.”

Here’s the list of all the nominees:

  • Beattie Machine Works, Albany County
  • Elmer Avenue School, Schenectady County
  • Muldor-Miller House, Columbia County
  • Red Rock Schoolhouse, Columbia County
  • Residence at 475 Loudon Road, Albany County
  • Bristol Center Methodist Episcopal Church, Ontario County
  • Crosman Terrace Historic District, Monroe County
  • The Huntington Building, Seneca County
  • Martin & Andrew Sperbeck House, Monroe County
  • Naples Viniculture Historic District, Ontario County
  • Perry Village Hall, Wyoming County
  • Shipley-Teats House, Wayne County
  • Buildings at 500 and 506 Erie Boulevard East, Onondaga County
  • Fort Plain Historic District Boundary Increase and Additional Documentation, Montgomery County
  • Syracuse Bread Company, Onondaga County
  • Lithuanian Alliance of America, New York County (Manhattan)
  • Richmond Town Historic District, Richmond County (Staten Island)
  • West Harlem Historic District, New York County (Manhattan)
  • Corey Cottage, Franklin County
  • Graves Mansion, Essex County
  • Martinsburg Common School District #4, Lewis County
  • Three Squares Historic District (Boundary Expansion and Boundary Reduction), Warren County
  • Cameo Theatre, Broome County
  • Sheltered Workshop for the Disabled Building, Broome County
  • Brisbane Building, Erie County
  • Buffalo Public School #75 (PS 75), Erie County
  • J.W. Ruger & Deck Bros. Building, Erie County

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New York

Scavenge for Peeps Cookies and More Fun Treats in NYC This Easter

The best Easter desserts in NYC this spring include Easter Bunny Churros and Carrot Cake Macarons.

Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery
Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery
Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery

As spring makes its way through New York City, not only do we get to enjoy beautiful weather, stunning cherry blossoms, and cool activities priced at $Free.99, but it’s also the perfect time for some limited-edition desserts.

With Easter fast approaching, bakeries are filling their shops with tons of chocolate eggs, carrot cake-flavoured everything and all types of flavours that offer both nostalgia and innovation within the city’s dessert landscape. After you’ve picked up a cake from the city’s best new bakeries, from Easter Bunny Churros to Carrot Cake Macarons, here are 8 Easter desserts to try in NYC right now.

Photo courtesy of Magnolia Bakery
Photo courtesy of Magnolia Bakery
Photo courtesy of Magnolia Bakery

Magnolia Bakery

Throughout April
Various locations
There’s great news for devotees of Magnolia Bakery’s Classic Banana Pudding: For Easter, the spot is mixing up the iconic dessert’s vanilla pudding with some carrot cake. The Carrot Cake Pudding is filled with freshly grated carrots, coconuts, pineapples, raisins, and walnuts. And if both bananas and carrots aren’t your thing, they’ll be offering their Classic Vanilla Cupcakes in pastel colours with a Cadbury chocolate egg hidden inside.

Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery
Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery
Photo courtesy of Funny Face Bakery

Funny Face Bakery

Through Easter Sunday
NoHo and Seaport
Known for their celebrity face and meme-worthy decorated cookies, fans of Funny Face Bakery know that a new fun design is always just around the corner. For Easter, they’ve created the adorable Hoppy Easter decorated cookie that resembles a classic box of marshmallow Peeps. Along with that, they also have the return of their fan-favourite Caramel Pretzel Chip cookie flavour, plus a set of three mini-decorated cookies perfect for gifting.

The Doughnut Project

Friday, April 7 through Easter Sunday
West Village
With the ever-changing flavours at The Doughnut Project, it’s super easy to miss out on trying out a new debut. But this Easter weekend, there will be two new flavours available. One is of course, a carrot cake doughnut topped with a cream cheese glaze, and the other is known as the Doughnut Nest-a French cruller “nest” with a cream-filled doughnut hole “egg” in the centre.

Photo by Cole Saladino, courtesy of The Fragile Flour
Photo by Cole Saladino, courtesy of The Fragile Flour
Photo by Cole Saladino, courtesy of The Fragile Flour

The Fragile Flour

Wednesday, April 5 through Easter Sunday
East Village
For stellar vegan desserts this holiday, head to The Fragile Flour, a plant-based bakery and dessert wine bar. They’re known for going all out for each holiday with a variety of new pastry options that you can pair perfectly with a glass of wine. This Easter, they’ll have a whole dessert menu that’s both delicious and gorgeous for posting on IG. The menu includes Stuffed Carrot Cake Cookies, a Lemon Cake (whole or by the slice), some festive cupcakes, and specialty macarons.

Photo courtesy of Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate
Photo courtesy of Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate
Photo courtesy of Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate

Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate

Through mid April
Midtown
For a luxurious take on Easter chocolates, browse the selections available at Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate. You can even pick the Easter Signature Chef’s Selection for a special box curated by award-winning chefs. For something other than chocolate, choose between the Carrot Cake Macarons or the cake flavored Easter Marshmallow Trio, both of which are almost too cute to eat.

La Churreria

Throughout April
Nolita
This churro-centric spot is putting the cutest Easter spin on their crispy cinnamon churros by twisting them up into bunnies and bunny ears. At Churreria, choose from a Bunny Churro Lollipop topped with your choice of chocolate or dulce de leche and sprinkles, or the bunny ear churros in the Ube and Matcha ice cream sundae or the Ube Milkshake, both of which are made with ice cream from il laboratorio del gelato.

Photo by Briana Balducci
Photo by Briana Balducci
Photo by Briana Balducci

Lafayette

Throughout April
NoHo
You’ve surely seen this croissant tons of times while scrolling through IG or TikTok, whether it’s the Pain au Chocolat one or the latest of the month. Known as Supr√™mes, these filled croissants went viral and continue to live up to the hype each time a new flavour comes out. April’s flavour-sour cherry amaretto with a Luxardo custard and toasted almonds. While you’ll have to be super early and wait in line during one of their three drops of the day to get a taste, we promise you it’ll be worth it.

Photo courtesy of Levain
Photo courtesy of Levain
Photo courtesy of Levain

Levain

Seasonal
Various locations
We all know the iconic cookies from Levain-they’re gigantic, perfectly crispy and chewy, and well worth the long lines. For spring, the shop is launching a new flavour: Caramel Coconut Chocolate Chip. Filled with gooey caramel chips, fresh shredded coconut, and melty dark chocolate, it’s one you’ve got to try while it’s still around. To further celebrate the new season, all of Levain’s storefronts will be decked out in spring floral displays, serving as the perfect backdrop for pictures.

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Alaina Cintron is an Editorial Assistant at Thrillist. Her work can also be found in Westchester Magazine, Girls’ Life, and Spoon University. When she’s not at her desk typing away, you can find her exploring a local coffee shop or baking a new recipe.

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