LPC Designates 4 houses and 3 pools

The Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved landmark status for two Federal style buildings at 486 and 488 Greenwich Street in Greenwich Village, as part of the Commission’s ongoing efforts to preserve examples of the City’s development following the Revolutionary War.
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Also, two Turn-of-the 20th Century French Renaissance Revival Mansions in Midtown Manhattan Earn Landmark Designation. The LPC unanimously voted to grant landmark status to the former Edey and Seligman mansions along West 56th Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Manhattan. Read more.

Finally, LPC designated the McCarren Play Center in Brooklyn, the Sunset Play Center and bath house interior in Brooklyn, and the Thomas Jefferson Play Center in East Harlem as New York City landmarks, recognizing them for their exceptional design, decorative details and grand scale. Read more.

Posted Under: Brooklyn, Designation, Far West Village, Harlem, Interior Landmark, LPC, Midtown, Public Building, Sunset Park, Williamsburg

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