HDC@LPC October 23, 2012

Item 9 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN 133268- Block 1075, lot 5- 274 Garfield Place, aka 175 8th Avenue – Park Slope Historic District A neo-Romanesque Art Deco style school building associated with Temple Beth Elohim, designed by Mortimer Freehof and David Levy, and built in 1928. Application is to install stretch banners. The […]

Bay Ridge Walking Tour Photos- October 20

Thank’s to everyone that joined HDC on Saturday.  Our lovely tour guide, Victoria, was enthusiastic and had a vast amount of knowledge to share with the group.  It was a perfect fall day to explore the neighborhood and enjoy the delicious treats Victoria had waiting for us at the end of the tour.  

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E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL October 2012, Volume 9, Number 3 HDC Identifies 78 Buildings of Interest in the East Midtown Rezoning Area As Mayor Bloomberg and the Department of City Planning (DCP) move forward with their proposal to rezone a large section of East Midtown to accommodate taller buildings, the Historic Districts Council […]

HDC@LPC – October 9, 2012

Item 6 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 136343- Block 532, lot 4- 688 Broadway – NoHo Historic District A parking lot. Application is to construct a new building. HDC would like to compliment the applicant on a new building that nicely fits into the context of the NoHo Historic District in a contemporary manner.  […]

E-BULLETIN: East Village Historic District, OpEd about Legislation, Tours, Movies and More!

E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL October 2012, Volume 9, Number 2 A New Historic District for the East Village   On Tuesday, the LPC designated the East Village/Lower East Side Historic District as New York City’s 109th historic district. Encompassing 330 buildings and centered largely around Second Avenue between East 2nd to East 7th […]

HDC@LPC October 2, 2012

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 117051- Block 10313, lot 32- 115-16 179th Street – Addisleigh Park Historic District A Tudor Revival style free-standing house built prior to 1926. Application is to replace aluminum siding. In cases where the tax photo and other documentation are unclear and the existing material is obviously not […]

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