HDC@LPC

HDC@LPC July 22, 2014

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 156207- Block 8040, lot 68- 102 Shore Road – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival style house designed by H.H. Ross and built in 1908, and a freestanding garage built in 1910. Application is to alter fenestration, install new railings, create a new exterior stair and install [...]

HDC@LPC July 8, 2014

Item 3 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 157412- Block 8020, lot 6- 10 Richmond Road – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival style house built in 1966. Application is to legalize repaving the driveway, sidewalk, and gutter, enlarging and repaving the front walkway, rebuilding the entrance steps, and rebuilding the driveway retaining wall without [...]

HDC@LPC – June 24, 2014

  Item 10 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Manhattan 157594- Block 1111, lot 1- Central Park East 72nd Street Adventure Playground – Scenic Landmark A 1930s playground, redesigned by Richard Dattner and rebuilt in 1970, and adjoining landscaping, within an English Romantic style public park designed in 1856 by Olmsted and Vaux. Application is to [...]

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HDC@LPC – June 17, 2014

  Item 4 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Bronx 157425- Block 5939, lot 395- 5288 Sycamore Avenue – Riverdale Historic District A house originally built in 1937 and altered in the Modern style by Alton L. Croft and Ludwig P. Bono in 1955. Application is to legalize the installation of a glass railing in non-compliance [...]

HDC@LPC – June 10, 2014

  Item 2 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Brooklyn 151042- Block 2058, lot 1- 365 Bridge Street – Former Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company – Individual Landmark An Art Deco style office tower designed by Ralph Walker and built in 1929-30. Application is to alter storefront openings and install new ground [...]

HDC@LPC – June 3, 2014

  Item 3 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Brooklyn 153909- Block 1887, lot 33- 83 Vanderbilt Avenue – Wallabout Historic District An Italianate style wood frame house built in 1850. Application is to alter the rear façade and construct decks. The visibility of 83 Vanderbilt Avenue’s rear façade is opportune in that the parking lot [...]

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HDC@LPC – May 20, 2014

  Item 5 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Brooklyn 155492- Block 2225, lot 42- 125 Heyward Street – Individual Landmark A Second Empire style building designed by James W. Naughton and built in 1888-89. Application is to modify the building entrance and construct additions. HDC feels that this grand structure demands a high standard for [...]

HDC@LPC – May 13, 2014

  Item 4 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Manhattan 155592- Block 531, lot 45- 48 Great Jones Street – NoHo Extension Historic District A Renaissance Revivals style store and loft building designed by A. V. Porter and built in 1896-97. Application is to remove cast iron vault lights. In addition to providing sunlight for subterranean [...]

HDC@LPC – May 6, 2014

  Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Queens 148940- Block 8026, lot 44- 105 Grosvenor Street – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival style house built c. 1920. Application is to remove the cobblestone streetbed gutter. These cobblestone street gutters once ran east to west along all the streets in Douglas Manor to facilitate [...]

HDC@LPC – April 29, 2014

Item 2 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Queens 151939- Block 10102, lot 10- 162-24 Jamaica Avenue – Individual Landmark An Art Deco style department store designed by Allmendinger and Schlendorf and built in 1931. Application is to install signage and alter storefront. Given the generous detail and lovely palette of materials exhibited on this Art [...]

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