Hamilton Heights

HDC Testimony for LPC Hearing on June 27, 2017

HDC regularly reviews every public proposal affecting Individual Landmarks and buildings within Historic Districts in New York City, and when needed, we comment on them. Our testimony for the latest items to be presented at the Landmarks Preservation Commission is below. Item 1 841-847 St. Nicholas Avenue – Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Northwest Historic District CERTIFICATE […]

HDC@LPC November 26, 2013

Item 12 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 143874- Block 146, lot 7502- 115 West Broadway – TriBeCa South Historic District A Italianate/Second Empire style store and loft building built in 1864-65. Application is to legalize the sidewalk alterations performed in non-compliance with Certificate of No Effect 08-1546 issued August 15, 2007 Vault lights are […]

HDC@LPC – July 10, 2012

Item 3 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN 132618- Block 264, lot 17- 130 Clinton Street – Brooklyn Heights Historic District A commercial Gothic style office building designed by Mortimer E. Freehof and built in 1925. Application is to replace storefront infill. 130 Clinton Street is a distinctive commercial Gothic style office building, one that […]

April 5, 2011

Item 14 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 117194- Block 524, lot 66- 100-110 Bleecker Street – University Village, Individual Landmark A Brutalist style residential complex designed by James Ingo Freed of I.M. Pei & Associates and built in 1964-67. Application is to modify the landscape and install a playground and assorted fixtures. In 1965 […]

April 6, 2010

LPC Docket Number: 106293 Queens, Block: 148, Lot: 777 West of 48th Street, East of 47th Street – Sunnyside Gardens Historic District A court, divided into eight rows comprised of 74 houses, covering most of the block bounded by 39th Avenue (north), 48th Street (east), Skillman Avenue (south), and 47th Street (west), designed by Clarence […]

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