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HDC@LPC January 21, 2014

Item 5 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 148228- Block 149, lot 11- 91-95 Chambers Street – TriBeCa South Historic District A store and loft building in 1852-53, and altered in the Commercial style by William F. Hemstreet in 1924. Application is to install a rooftop fence. HDC finds that the semi-circular portion of the […]

HDC@LPC November 12, 2013

Item 6 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN 126768- Block 274, lot 30- 76 State Street – Brooklyn Heights Historic District A Gothic Revival rowhouse built in 1848, and later altered. Application is to replace the sidewalk. Bluestone sidewalks are important features of many historic districts, enhancing their character and creating a very physical link […]

HDC@LPC September 17, 2013

Item 2 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 138845- Block 1409, lot 69- 815 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District A neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by W.L. Rouse and L.A. Goldstone and built in 1917. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future replacement of windows. 815 Park Avenue is […]

HDC@LPC May 14, 2013

Item 21 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 140637- Block 571, lot 7502- 22 East 14th Street – Baumann Brothers Furniture Store, Individual Landmark A store and loft building, designed by David and John Jardine and built in 1880-81, combining elements of the neo-Classical, neo-Grec and Queen Anne style. Application is to establish a Master […]

HDC@LPC, April 23, 2013

Item 12 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 132604- Block 586, lot 7- 74 Wooster Street – SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District A factory designed by Charles Mattam and built in 1869. Application is to install new storefront infill, remove shutters, enlarge a light well and construct a rooftop addition. While HDC finds the storefront infill […]

HDC@LPC November 27, 2012

Item 15 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 117958- Block 592, lot 79- 123 Washington Place – Greenwich Village Historic District A transitional Federal style rowhouse, built in 1831. Application is to construct a rear yard addition, alter a dormer window and excavate the rear yard. HDC is opposed to this project as it is […]

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.  […]

HDC@LPC Testimony – August 7, 2012

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 129685- Block 149, lot 150- 39-38 47th Street – Sunnyside Gardens Historic District A brick rowhouse with Colonial Revival style details designed by Clarence Stein, Henry Wright and Frederick Ackerman and built in 1925. Application is to legalize the installation of a retaining wall at the front […]

March 6, 2012

Public Meeting Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Manhattan 127674- Block 180, lot 29- 7 Harrison Street – TriBeCa West Historic District A Renaissance Revival style store and loft building designed by William Schickel and built in 1893-94. Application is to install new storefront infill, add a canopy, alter the facades, and construct a […]

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