Want to share information with your neighbors, but not sure where to start? Need to brush up on some facts and figures? Fascinated by details and love digging deep?  We've got you covered. Check out our 1-page Fact Sheet, or a more detailed summary in our Gilder Center Case Statement.

Neighborhood Alert - Gilder Center Fact Sheet 1-page (pdf)

Gilder Center Fact Sheet & Case Statement (pdf)

Facts and Figures from NYC Parks Dept Draft Environmental Review (pdf)

Gilder Center Floorplans - Before & After Comparison (pdf)


November 2, 2018 - Upper West Side Community Group Applauds Appellate Decision Requiring American Museum of Natural History to Leave Theodore Roosevelt Park Intact

October 29, 2018 - Upper West Side Community Group Obtains Restraining Order Against American Museum of Natural History


December 5, 2017 - Community United to Take American Museum of Natural History to Court over Illegal, Toxic Plan

November 20, 2017 - If Unearthed, Asbestos at American Museum of Natural History Building Site Threatens to Contaminate UWS

November 17, 2017 - American Museum of Natural History Released 8,000 Page Final Environmental Impact Statement

November 15, 2017 - The Museum of Natural History Violates Public Trust Doctrine with Construction of Proposed Richard Gilder Center

November 6, 2017 - Community United Marches Against Museum Expansion Plan

November 2, 2017 - Demonstration this Saturday November 4 by New Yorkers Opposed to Museum Expansion

October 31, 2017 - Community United Demands Final Environmental Impact Study from Department of Parks for Proposed AMNH Expansion

July 18, 2017 - AMNH DEIS Called Into Question, New Construction Could Result in Widespread Health , Environment, Transportation Emergencies


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