Organized by the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

Thursday, October 12th, Eastwood and the History of Affordable Housing in New York City

East River view from Eastwood
East River view from Eastwood
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

Eastwood, it's name now changed to Roosevelt Landings, was a milestone building for affordable housing in New York City. Learn about it in a free talk, organized by the Roosevelt Island Historical Society, at the Public Library, 524 Main Street, at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 12th.

Open to the public, this is "the first in the Society’s annual series of fall lectures." 

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