HDC Announces the De-calendaring Items as a 2015 Six to Celebrate

Update: 

HDC is thrilled to announce that the New York City  Landmarks Preservation Commission will not be holding a hearing to remove 96 sites from landmark consideration on Tuesday, December 9. We’ve said plenty of times – nobody likes a backlog. HDC is committed to working with LPC to remedy this situation in a transparent, appropriate and equitable way.

THANK YOU everyone who made their voices heard. This belongs to all of you.

For more information, see  The New York Times article by Matt A.V. Chaban, “Landmarks Panel Drops Proposal to Trim List“.

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de-calendar Bronx

  • 6 Ploughmans Bush Building-edit 1. 6 Ploughman’s Bush Building  Bronx, NY, 10471
  • Year Calendared : 2004
  • Council Member: Andrew Cohen, District 11  (e-mail here)
  • Community District: 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 5. Samuel Babcock House
      • Address: 5525 Independence Avenue Bronx, NY 10471
      • Year Calendared :1970
      • Council Member: Andrew Cohen, District 11  (e-mail here)
      • Community District: 8

 

de-calendar Brooklyn

 

 

 

  • greenwood3. Greenwood Cemetery
  • Address: 5th Ave and 25th St
  • Year Calendared: 1981
  • Council Member: Carlos Menchaca , District 38 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 7

 

  • Holy Trinity Cathedral_Ukranian Church in Exile-edit4. Holy Trinity Cathedral/Ukranian Church in Exile
  • Address: 177-181 South 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Antonio Reynoso, District 34 ( areynoso@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

 

 

 

  • St. Augustines RC Church (2)-edit6. St. Augustine’s R.C. Church and Rectory
  • Address: 116-130 6th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Brad Lander, District 39     ( lander@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 6

 

 

 

de-calendar manhattan

  • 2 Oliver Street1. 2 Oliver Street House
  • Address: 2 Oliver Street New York, NY 10038
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Margaret Chin, District 1 (chin@council.nyc.gov)
  • Community District: 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 7. 412 East 85th Street House
  • Address: 412 East 85th Street New York, NY 10028
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Ben Kallos, District 5 ( BKallos@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District:8

 

  • 8. Bergdorf Goodman
  • Address: 754 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10019
  • Year Calendared: 1970
  • Council Member: Daniel R. Garodnick, District 4 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 5

 

 

  • 10. Excelsior Power Company Building
  • Address: 33-43 Gold Street New York, NY 10038
  • Year Calendared: 1977
  • Council Member: Margaret Chin, District 1 (chin@council.nyc.gov)
  • Community District:1

 

  • 11. Hotel Renaissance/Columbia Club
  • Address: 4 West 43rd St
  • Year Calendared: 2000
  • Council Member: Daniel R. Garodnick, District 4 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 5

 

 

 

  • 13. James McCreery & Co.
  • Address: 801-807 Broadway New York, NY 10003
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Rosie Mendez, District 2 ( RMendez@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District:3

 

  • Kaufmann14. Kaufman Conference Rooms Interior
  • Address: 809 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017
  • Year Calendared: 2001
  • Council Member: Daniel R. Garodnick, District 4 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 6

 

 

 

 

  • 16. Mission of the Immaculate Virgin
  • Address: 448 West 56th Street  New York, NY 10019
  • Year Calendared: 2009
  • Council Member:  Corey Johnson, District 3 ( District3@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 4

 

  •  17. Osborne Apartments Interior
  • Address: 205 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019
  • Year Calendared: 1980
  • Council Member: Daniel R. Garodnick, District 4 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 5

 

  • CAA-house18. President Chester A. Arthur House
  • Address: 123 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10016
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Rosie Mendez, District 2 ( RMendez@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 5

 

 

  • 19. Sire Building
  • Address: 211 West 58th Street New York, NY 10019
  • Year Calendared: 2009
  • Council Member: Daniel R. Garodnick, District 4 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 5

 

  • Church of St. Joseph 401 West 125th Street20. St. Joseph’s Church
  • Address: 401 West 125th Street  New York, NY 10027
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member:  Mark Levine, District 7 ( District7@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 24.Union Square Park
  • Bounded by- East 17th Street, Union Sq. East. East 14th Street, Union Sq West
  • Year Calendared: 1977
  • Council Member: Rosie Mendez, District 2 ( RMendez@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 5

 

  • Harlem YMCA Jackie Robinson Youth Center 125. YMCA, Harlem Branch
  • Address: 181 West 135th Street New York, NY 10030
  • Year Calendared: 1991
  • Council Member: Inez E. Dickens, District 9 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 10

 

 

 

 

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  • Fairway Hall 34. Fairway Apartments
  • Address: 76-09 34th Avenue Queens, NY 11372
  • Year Calendared: 1990
  • Council Member: Daniel Dromm  District 25 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Spanish Tower Homes-sm8. Spanish Towers (10 Items)
  • Address: 34-30 to 34-52 75th Streets Queens, NY 11372
  • Year Calendared: 1990
  • Council Member: Daniel Dromm  District 25 ( e-mail here )
  • Community District: 3

 

 

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  • 5. 6136 Amboy Road House
  • Address: 6136 Amboy Road House Staten Island, NY 10309
  • Year Calendared: 2007
  • Council Member: Vincent Ignizio,  District 51 ( vignizio@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 3

 

 

 

 

 

  • 76 CunardHall58. Cunard Hall, Wagner College
  • Address: 631 Howard Avenue Staten Island, NY 10301
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

 

 

 

  • 10. Dorothy Day Historic Site
  • Address: 457 Poillon Avenue Staten Island, NY 10312
  • Year Calendared: 2001
  • Council Member: Vincent Ignizio,  District 51 ( vignizio@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 3

 

  • 11. Fountain Family Graveyard
  • Address: Richmond & Clove Roads
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Steven Matteo, District 50 ( SMatteo@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 2

 

 

 

 

 

  • 14. Muller House
  • Address: 200 Clinton Avenue Staten Island, NY 10301
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

  • 15. Nicholas Killmeyer Store and Residence
  • Address: 4321 Arthur Kill Road Staten Island, NY 10309
  • Year Calendared: 1991
  • Council Member: Vincent Ignizio,  District 51 ( vignizio@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 3

 

  • photo 4 (3)16. Princess Bay Lighthouse and Keeper’s House
  • Address: Mt. Loretto Unique Area- 6450 Hylan Blvd. Staten Island, NY
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Vincent Ignizio,  District 51 ( vignizio@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 3

 

 

  • 17.Richmond County Country Club
  • Address:  135 Flagg Place Staten Island, NY 10304
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Steven Matteo, District 50 ( SMatteo@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 2

 

 

 

  • 19. School District No. 3 Building
  • 4108 Victory Blvd Staten Island, NY 10314
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Steven Matteo, District 50 ( SMatteo@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 2

 

  •  20. St. John’s P.E. Rectory
  • Address: 1331 Bay Street Staten Island, NY 10305
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

  • St. Mary's Church, Rectory and Parish Hall21. St. Mary’s Church, Rectory and Parish Hall
  • Address: 347 Davis Avenue Staten Island, NY 10310
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

 

  • St. Mary's R.C.Church and Rectory22. St. Mary’s R.C.Church and Rectory
  • Address: 1107 Bay Street Staten Island, NY 10305
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

 

  • 23. St. Paul’s M.E. Church
  • Address: 7558 Amboy Road Staten Island, NY 10307
  • Year Calendared: 1991
  • Council Member: Vincent Ignizio,  District 51 ( vignizio@council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 3

 

  • 24. Sunny Brae House
  • Address: 27 Colonial Court Staten Island, NY 10310
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

 

 

  • 26. Woodbrook/Goodhuse House
  • Address: 304 Prospect Avenue Staten Island, NY 10301
  • Year Calendared: 1966
  • Council Member: Debi Rose, District 49 ( drose@Council.nyc.gov )
  • Community District: 1

 

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