Landmarks Preservation Commission
The planned viewing platform takes design inspiration from the icon’s former Jazz Age speakeasy.
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan presented their plans to turn a landmarked church into their main home.
The starchitect is leading a team to restore the landmarked building’s facade and turn it into a gallery.
The Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea will be restored and will get more office and commercial space.
Under a new proposal, the complex’s center would get new stairs and elevators to improve visitor circulation.
The nearly century old clock-faces will receive a sorely needed restoration.
Plans to renovate the historic structure include adding office spaces and an interior open-air courtyard.
The project is part of a $12.5 million restoration.
Preservationists have pushed to protect the sites for years
As construction begins for a 21-story tech hub, preservationists resurface calls for the city to protect several historic buildings in the area.
The author and civil rights activist’s home has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The airline’s logo will be in place until October 1
The city approved additional aspects included in the library’s $317 million master plan
The owner of 227 Duffield Street filed plans to replace the 19th-century building with a new tower
The modifications to the iconic modernist space were initially made without Landmarks approval
The poet’s house is among 22 national sites that received the award
The designation comes after years of community advocacy
City officials will review five historic Gowanus sites for landmark status
A developer submitted an application to demolish the early 20th century building that boasts terra cotta details
The plan will create a permanent maintenance contract for a nearby landmark
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The Strand building’s proposed protection faced fierce opposition by its owner and community members
The Gilded Age dining hall is expected to re-open this fall
Five buildings on West 28th Street are being considered for landmark status
The neighborhood’s historic district turns 50 this year
Two residential buildings—six and seven stories high—will replace the existing one-floor structures at the neighborhood’s historic district
"If we were to say no to this, it may result in something worse," said one landmarks commissioner
The ruling paves the way for the clock tower to be converted into a private penthouse
"It’s been a long journey," said the neighborhood’s district manager
Notorious landlord Steve Croman is the building’s new owner
The buildings are considered the birthplace of American popular music.
The circa-1925 theater building will soon be home to a hotel
LPC has ordered the owner to repair the facade or potentially face legal action and daily fines