ALBANY – The State Board for Historic Preservation has recommended three Hudson Valley properties to the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said by placing the landmarks on the Registers of Historic Places, “we are honoring and preserving their legacy and giving visitors the chance to learn about the state’s vibrant history.”
In Columbia County, Tracy Memorial Village Hall in Chatham is a Neoclassical style civic building, constructed in 1912-13 and was funded by the Tracy family in memory of Albert Tracy, who died in 1910.
In Greene County, Christ Church in Greenville, was built in 1857, made of locally quarried red sandstone and is an intact example of Gothic Revival religious architecture.
In Rockland County, the First Reformed Church in Piermont was built in 1946 as an example of Colonial Revival architecture. It replaced an earlier church that had served the community for some 100 years when it was lost in an accidental fire.