The hallowed halls of the West 67th Street Artists’ Colony Historic District are still echoing with “oohs” and “aahs”… 
LANDMARK WEST’s first-ever Spring House Tour was
an event to remember!

For the afternoon of Sunday, April 26, the doors to five private havens were opened and 100 lucky guests explored the architecture and allure—both past and present—of these remarkable abodes.  Our gracious homeowners and a team of trained docents shared the history of each apartment with us: the memories of residents-past, the stories of undertaking a historic restoration project, and the intricacies of personal collections of art and artifacts.

Please visit the Spring House Tour event webpage to see photos from the day!

Our sincere thanks to the 50+ volunteers
without whom an event as meticulous as this would not have been possible.  
In addition, special thanks to the following friends
whose generosity helped make the Spring House Tour a success:

Joseph Cunningham and Bruce Barnes
Walter B. Melvin Architects, LLC
Jack Pontes Corporation -- Specializing in Brownstone Restorations
A. Ottavino Corp --Specializing in Cut Stone
Jan Hird Pokorny Associates
Evan C. Lai Landscape Designs
Greenberg & Brennan, CPAs, P.C.
BFJ Planning
Fine Times, Inc.
Soutine Bakery
Timocon Interior Construction, Inc.
Strategic Planning Group Financial Planners
Joseph L. Cosentino, D.D.S.
David J. Levine, D.D.S. & Lawrence Limb, D.M.D.
West End Preservation Society
Frosty Montgomery, Arabella G. Buckworth,
and Margaret H. Velard, Brown Harris Stevens
Pomodoro Ristorante Italiano
Fairway Market
The Opera News
Judy Oston and Donald Correia, Halstead Property

All of this information and more is available on the Spring House Tour webpage—please have a look!