Jackson Heights

HDC@LPC – September 9, 2014

  Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF Queens 155446- Block 1289, lot 15- 37-18 79th Street – Jackson Heights Historic District An Anglo-American Garden Home style attached house designed by Benjamin Dreisler and built in 1926-27. Application is to modify a window opening. While this window modification may seem relatively minor, these blocks within [...]

HDC@LPC October 22, 2013

Item 1 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 143623- Block 1267, lot 32- 80-01- 80-09 35th Avenue – Jackson Heights Historic District A neo-Romanesque style apartment building designed by the Cohn Brothers and built in 1941. Application is to legalize the installation of a fence, entrance way and windows without LPC permit(s). HDC feels the [...]

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 [...]

New Six To Celebrate Events:

Six To Celebrate Presentation: Jackson Heights, Queens Monday, October 17, 6:00pmPresenter: Daniel Karatzas, Jackson Heights Beautification GroupLocation: The Neighborhood Preservation Center, 232 East 11th Street in Manhattan. The Bowery Tour: October 22nd, 11am 

Six to Celebrate Neighborhood Presentations

Six to Celebrate Neighborhood Talks: Come learn about the architectual and cultural histories of our Six To Celebrate neighborhoods. http://hdc.org/6tocelebrate-talks.htm Jackson Heights: Monday, October 17, 6:00pm Bed-Stuy: Monday, November 7, 6:00pm Bowery:Tuesday, November 15, 6:30pm

Six To Celebrate Presntations: Jackson Heights

Monday, October 17, 6:00pm Jackson Heights, Queens | Daniel Karatzas, Jackson Heights Beautification Group   Jackson Heights is New York City’s first planned neighborhood of “garden apartments” and “garden homes”. These airy, light-filled residences, combined with commercial and institutional buildings, provided an attractive environment for middle-class families to live in when it was developed in [...]

Missing Historic District Street Sign to Return to Jackson Heights

New York City’s historic districts are a heterogeneous bunch – ranging from the modest carriage houses of Shingle homes of Ditmas Park to the Beaux-Arts buildings of the Upper East Side, but most of them have at least one thing in common; terra-cotta street signs. These warm-brown signs, designed by Massimo Vignelli, are the first [...]

HDC’s Six to Celebrate Tour Series

http://hdc.org/6tocelebrate-tours.htm Come tour our 2011 Six to Celebrate neighborhoods. Learn about their diverse cultural and architectual histories. Throughout the summer we will be touring one neighborhood at a time. Bowery-Sunday, May 1, 2011 Mount Morris Park: Thursday, May 19, 6pm Goanus: Saturday, June 4, 11am (Bicycle Tour) Inwood: Sunday, June 19, 10am Bedford-Stuyvesant: Saturday, September [...]

HDC's Six to Celebrate Tour Series

http://hdc.org/6tocelebrate-tours.htm Come tour our 2011 Six to Celebrate neighborhoods. Learn about their diverse cultural and architectual histories. Throughout the summer we will be touring one neighborhood at a time. Bowery-Sunday, May 1, 2011 Mount Morris Park: Thursday, May 19, 6pm Goanus: Saturday, June 4, 11am (Bicycle Tour) Inwood: Sunday, June 19, 10am Bedford-Stuyvesant: Saturday, September [...]

November 9, 2010

LPC Docket Number: 108132 Queens, Block: 1475, Lot: 59 37-37 87th Street – Jackson Heights Historic District An Anglo-American Garden Home style attached house, designed by C.F. McAvoy and built in 1924. Application is to legalize alterations to the areaway fence and wall without LPC permits. HDC Testimony The commission has seen applications for legalizing [...]

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