Office building

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 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 – July 23, 2013

Designation Items Item 1 LP – 2551 BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN STEINWAY & SONS RECEPTION ROOM & HALLWAY, FIRST FLOOR INTERIOR, 109-113 West 57th Street Steinway & Sons moved to their Warren & Wetmore designed headquarters in 1925.  Joining other musical and artistic neighbors such as the American Fine Arts Society Building, the American Piano Company’s [...]

HDC@LPC – June 18, 2013

Item 7 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN 141230- Block 1903, lot 53- 228 Washington Avenue – Clinton Hill Historic District An Italianate style rowhouse built c. 1868 with an associated garage built in the 20th century. Application is to demolish the garage and to construct a new connected building, and to extend the areaway [...]

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 – August 14, 2012

Item 8 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 130009- Block 46, lot 3- 100 Broadway – American Surety Company Building, Individual Landmark A neo-Renaissance style office building designed by Bruce Price and built in 1894-96, and enlarged in the 1920s with additions designed by Herman Lee Meader. Application is to alter the façade and install [...]

HDC@LPC – July 24, 2012

Item 5 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF QUEENS 127189- Block 5917, lot 1- Buildings 207 and 207A – Fort Totten Historic District A Colonial Revival style semi-attached residence designed by the Office of the Quartermaster General and built in 1891. Application is to install a barrier-free access lift and ramps, and remove windows In general, [...]

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 [...]

HDC@LPC Testimony June 19, 2012

Item 29 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 130104- Block 829, lot 36- 236-238 5th Avenue – Madison Square North Historic District A Beaux-Arts style loft building designs by Buchman and Fox and built in 1906-1907. Application is to legalize the installation of windows without LPC permits. HDC finds that the windows are not up [...]

September 20, 2011

Item 2 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN 121799- Block 195, lot 7- 396 Broadway – TriBeCa East Historic District A Renaissance Revival-style office building designed by William H. Birkmire and built in 1899. Application is to construct rooftop additions, install storefront infill, and alter the facade. Although rooftop mechanicals and other accretions are not [...]

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