Tuesday April 17, 2007

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

No items on the Upper East Side for this date.

Tuesday April 3, 2007

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

*316 East 88th Street-Church of the Holy Trinity*
Individual Landmark
A French Gothic style church designed by Barney & Chapman and built in 1897. Application is to install a barrier-free access ramp.
NO ACTION

Tuesday March 20, 2007

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

*29 East 64th Street*
A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1922. Application is to establish a Master Plan governing the future installation of windows.
APPROVED

Tuesday March 6, 2007

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

No items on the Upper East Side for this date.

Tuesday February 27, 2007

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

*16 East 64th Street*
A residence originally built in 1878-79 and redesigned in the neo-Federal style 1902-04 by S.E. Gage. Application is to replace the bluestone sidewalk with decorative concrete.
DENIED

*875 Fifth Avenue*
A simplified Art Deco style apartment building designed by Emry Roth & Sons and built in 1939. Application is to establish a Master Plan governing the future installation of through-the-wall air conditioners.
WITHDRAWN

*926 Fifth Avenue*
A five-story Beaux-Arts style townhouse designed by Charles Gilbert and built in 1898-99. Application is to construct a rear yard addition. Zoned R10-P1.
APPROVED

*3 East 71 Street*
A modern-style apartment building designed by deYoung, Moscowitz and Rosenberg and built in 1944. Application is to install air conditioning units.
NO ACTION

*53 East 77th Street*
A house built in 1900-01 and redesigned in the neo-Spanish Renaissance style by Pleasants Pennington in 1926-27. Application is to create a new window opening.
APPROVED

*112 East 78th Street*
A residence built in 1867, altered in 1929 by Patrick J. Murry, and altered again by Henry C. Hahn in 1950. Application is to excavate and alter the areaway, and install a new areaway railing.
APPROVED