Douglaston

HDC@LPC September 10, 2013

Item 3 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 126740- Block 8045, lot 17- 102 Park Lane – Douglaston Historic District A vernacular Colonial revival style house designed by Eugene McMurray and built in 1936. Application is to construct an addition and alter the facades. While the proposed addition is not inappropriate in its size, HDC [...]

HDC@LPC January 8, 2013

Item 8 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN 121487- Block 270, lot 45- 38 Schermerhorn Street – Brooklyn Heights Historic District A house built in 1852 and altered c. 1940. Application is to replace windows. While the proposed wood one-over-one windows would match the sister building, HDC feels a better design could be found fitting [...]

HDC@LPC December 11, 2012

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 136131- Block 8034, lot 7- 216 Beverly Road – Douglaston Historic District A Tudor Revival style house built in 1923. Application is to replace windows modify openings, and paint the façade. HDC approves of much of the work proposed, but we question the choice of white paint [...]

HDC@LPC Testimony: June 12, 2012

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 128594- Block 8049, lot 44- 357 Arleigh Road – Douglaston Historic District A vernacular New England Colonial Revival style house built circa 1930. Application is to replace the roof. HDC asks that if real slate is not a practical replacement material here at 357 Arleigh Road, a [...]

January 10, 2012

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 115004- Block 8023, lot 19- 336 Knollwood Avenue aka 240-30 Knollwood Avenue – Douglaston Historic District A contemporary Colonial Revival style freestanding house built in 1965. Application is to enlarge and alter the house, construct an addition and garage, remove a tree, and relocate a curb cut. [...]

September 6, 2011

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 111328- Block 8023, lot 16- 330 Knollwood Avenue – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival style house built in 1941. Application is to construct a rear addition.               HDC finds the proposed addition to be far too large for this Douglaston [...]

June 21, 2011

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 079284- Block 8162, lot 120- 32-11 Douglas Road – Douglaston Historic District A vacant lot. Application is to construct a new house. The need to build the septic system above ground, coupled with the fact that the site lies just outside of Douglas Manor whose deed restrictions [...]

June 7, 2011

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 118033- Block 8027, lot 63- 31-15 Shore Road – Douglaston Historic District A vacant lot. Application is to construct a new house.               While the proposed is rather handsome, the Queen Anne-Shingle-style is not one found in the Douglaston Historic District.  [...]

May 4, 2010

LPC Docket Number: 091749 Queens, Block: 8017, Lot: 46 343 Knollwood Avenue – Douglaston Historic District A cottage style house designed by G.A. Mezger and built in 1929. Application is to replace the windows. HDC Testimony The removal of four façades worth of original steel casement windows (including ones readily visible from the street) would [...]

February 16, 2010

LPC Docket Number: 098343 Queens, Block: 8023, Lot: 1 300 Knollwood Ave – Douglaston Historic District A Colonial Revival Style ranch house designed by Carl Salminen and built in 1950. Application is to demolish the house and construct a new house. HDC Testimony HDC is sorry to see yet another mid-century Colonial Revival Style ranch [...]

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