It was built in 1735 and is the oldest surviving Anglican building in the City of New York.
In all likelihood, it will be necessary to tear down the Old Parish Hall to make the property attractive to developers.
The property is on the national register, but does NOT have landmark status by the city, and could be torn down. The building is probably one of the oldest buildings standing in Elmhurst, and one of a few historical buildings left in Elmhurst." - anonymous
Ok, so if the Landmarks Conservancy and the state paid for a full restoration, then why has this building not been designated, Ms. Mary Beth Betts?