Tuesday January 24, 2006

BINDING REPORT BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN

*Central Park – Central Park Scenic Landmark*
A stable, shed and keeper’s building designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould and built in 1869-71. Application is to enclose the central courtyard.
Please note that the proposed work consists of reconstruction for use as a police station house.
NO ACTION

*12 East 63rd Street – Upper East Side Historic District*
A rowhouse originally built in 1872 and altered in 1957. Application is to alter the façade and construct rooftop and rear yard additions. Zoned R8-B
NO ACTION

*580 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District*
A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by J.E.R. Carpenter and built in 1923. Application is to alter masonry openings and install windows.
APPROVED

Tuesday January 10, 2006

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARING

*116-118 E. 80th Street – Individual Landmark*
A neo-Federal style rowhouse designed by Cross & Cross and built in 1922-23. Application is to construct rooftop additions. Zoned R-8B.
NO ACTION

*564 Park Avenue – The Colony Club – Upper East Side Historic District*
A neo-Georgian style club building designed by Delano and Aldrich and built in 1914-16. Application is to install flagpoles and banners.
APPROVED

*962-970 Madison Avenue (F.M. Allen Store) – Upper East Side Historic District*
A neo-Classical style commercial building designed by Herbert M. Baer and built in 1914. Application is to legalize the installation of an exterior roll-down security gate with out Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
NO ACTION

*770 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District*
A neo-Rennaisance, neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by Rosario Candela and built in 1930. Application is to install new courtyard paving and planters.
NO ACTION

*11 East 93rd Street – Carnegie Hill Historic District*
A renaissance Revival style rowhouse with Romanesque Revival style elements designed by A.B. Ogden & Son and built in 1891-92. Application is to alter the rear façade and replace windows.
APPROVED IN PART, DENIED IN PART

Tuesday December 13, 2005

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISSION BINDING REPORT

*Queensboro Bridge – Queensboro Bridge – Individual Landmark*
A cantilevered bridge with Beaux-Arts style elements designed by Gustav Lindenthal and Henry Hornsbostle and built in 1901-08. Application is to install a flagpole at the traffic island on teh Manhattan side of the bridge.

Tuesday December 6, 2005

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION BINDING REPORT

*Central Park, Rumsey Summer Stage Support Building – Central Park – Scenic Landmark*
A comfort station and storage facilities building built in 1936-1937 within an English Romantic style public park designed in 1856 by Olmstead and Vaux. Application is to alter the building and construct an addition.
APPROVED

Tuesday November 22, 2005

LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISION BINDING REPORT

*Central Park, Rumsey Summer Stage Support Building – Central Park – Scenic Landmark*
A comfort station and storage facilities building built in 1936-1937 within an English Romantic style public park designed in 1856 by Olmstead and Vaux. Application is to alter the building and construct an addition.
NO QUORUM