Ridgewood Theatre facade is a landmark

posted by Michael Zoldessy on January 18, 2010 at 7:45 am

RIDGEWOOD, QUEENS, NY — Progress on the fight for the Ridgewood Theatre continues as the facade is landmarked.

After attending the Landmarks Preservation Commission 1/12/10 Public Meeting, I am elated to report that the historic Ridgewood Theatre was unanimously voted by commissioners as an Individual Landmark! A nearly 2-year effort under Friends of The Ridgewood Theatre as Chairman (since March 2008), in affiliation with various preservation and cultural groups, members of Cinema Treasures, elected officials, and a mass audience, truly paid off! I extend my thanks to the broad coalition of supporters, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission for doing the right thing on behalf of the people.

Read more at the Rego-Forest Preservation Blog.

Update: For video of this story, see NY-1’s coverage.

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NativeForestHiller on January 21, 2010 at 7:03 pm

This is the Ridgewood Theatre Individual Landmark Designation Report, courtesy of the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission:

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  • Michael Perlman, Chair of Friends of The Ridgewood Theatre
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