2002 CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS HEARINGS

December 17, 2002
Certificate of Appropriateness Items
791 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District A Classicizing Art Deco style apartment building designed by George and Edward Blum and constructed in 1924-25. Application is to construct a one-story rooftop addition on top of the existing penthouse. Zoned R10
12/17/02: No Decision
10 East 92nd Street – Carnegie Hill Historic District A Renaissance Revival style rowhouse designed by Thomas Graham and built in 1890-92. Application is to demolish an existing rear yard addition and construct a new rear yard addition. Zoned R-8B. (This item will be heard at the Community Board on December 16, 2002 and at the Landmarks Preservation Commission in January).124 East 73rd Street – Upper East Side Historic District An Italianate style rowhouse built in 1872 designed by Benjamin Wise. Application is to install ironwork on top of the garage and at the parlor floor windows, and to legalize the installation of a stoop gate without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
 1/28/03: Denied
READ FRIENDS’ TESTIMONY by clicking here730 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District A neo-Renaissance/neo-Jacobean style apartment building designed by Lafayette A. Goldstone and built in 1928-1929. Application is to alter window openings on secondary facades.
12/17/02: Denied
 
Tuesday, November 26, 2002
Landmarks Preservation Commission Agenda
 
53 East 79th Street – Individual Landmark – John S. and Caroline C. Rogers House/now The New York Society Library. An Italian Renaissance style townhouse designed by Trowbridge & Livingston and built in 1916-17. Application is to construct a rear-yard addition, a side yard addition and a three-story rooftop addition. Zoned R10 P.I. AND MODIFICATION OF USE AND BULK, Application is a request that the Landmarks Preservation Commission issue a report to the City Planning Commission relating to an application for a special permit pursuant to Section 74-711 of the Zoning Resolution.
1/14/03: Approved
 
5 East 81st Street – Metropolitan Museum Historic District. A rowhouse built in 1878 and altered in the neo-Classical style in 1906. Application to construct an addition on a rear extension. Zoned LH-1A, R8B, R10.
11/26/02: Approved
 48 East 74th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A residence built in 1870-1871, and altered in the neo-Georgian style in 1911 by E. Edson Gage. Application is to construct a rear yard addition and alter the front facade. Zoned R8B.
11/26/02: Approved
 10 East 87th Street – Carnegie Hill Historic District. A Modern style rowhouse designed by Felix Augenfeld and Jan Hird Pokorny, built in 1955-58 and altered in 1981. Application is to renovate the facade.
11/26/02: Approved
 17 East 63rd Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A Beaux-Arts style residence built in 1901 designed by Welch, Smith and Provot. Application is to construct a rooftop addition. Zoned R8-BLH-1A, C5-1.
11/26/02: Approved 
 3 East 78th Street – Metropolitan Museum Historic District. A Francois I style town house designed by C. P. H. Gilbert and built in 1897-99. Application is to legalize the painting of the ground floor without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
1/28/03: Denied
 108 East 73rd Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A Queen Anne and neo-Renaissance style rowhouse designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1884-85. Application is to legalize the installation of a stoop gate without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
1/28/03: Denied
 59-65 East 76th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A modern style apartment building built in 1948-49 designed by H.J. Feldman. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.

 
Tuesday, October 22, 2002
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness Items
59-65 East 76th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A modern style apartment building built in 1948-49 designed by H.J. Feldman. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.

 
42 East 64th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A rowhouse constructed in 1881-82 and altered in 1925. Application is to legalize alterations to the areaway without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
10/29/02: Denied
 680 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District. A neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by K.B. Norton and built in 1950-51. Application is to alter a building entrance.
10/29/02: No Decision
 14 East 75th Street, aka 942-952 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District. A neo-Medieval style apartment building designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1928-29. Application is to modify awnings installed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
10/29/02: Approved
 
September 24, 2002
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness hearing items
59-65 East 76th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A modern style apartment building built in 1948-49 designed by H.I. Feldman. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.
September 24, 2002: Approved

680 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District, A neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by K.B. Norton and built in 1950-51. Application is to alter a building entrance and to install a new sidewalk canopy.

14 East 60th Street – Upper East Side Historic District. A Beaux-Arts style hotel building designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and built in 1902. Application is to install storefront infill and a flagpole.
September 24, 2002: Approved

1125 Fifth Avenue – Carnegie Hill Historic District. A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by Emory Roth and constructed in 1925-26. Application is to install a rooftop greenhouse and pergola, and to reclad the base of the tower.
October 8, 2002: No Decision

816 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District. A neo-Renaissance style apartment building, designed by Herbert Lucas and built in 1912-13. Application is to install storefront infill.
September 24, 2002: No Decision
 
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness hearing items
August 13, 2002
10 Park Avenue – Upper East Side H. D. An apartment building designed by Sylvan Bien and built in 1947-48. Application is to alter the design of an enclosed balcony.36-38 East 62nd Street – Upper East Side H.D. A neo-Georgian style townhouse built in 1902 and altered by Cross & Cross in 1916. Application is to install mechanical equipment on a rear-yard extension.14 East 75th Street, aka 942-952 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side H.D. An neo-Medieval style apartment building designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1928-29. Application is to modify awnings installed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.1080 Fifth Avenue – Carnegie Hill H. D. A Modern style apartment building built in 1961 and designed by Wechsler & Schimenti. Application is to create one new window opening and enlarge one window opening.
 
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness hearing items
July 23, 2002
 
138 East 71st Street – Upper East Side H.D. A rowhouse with some neo-Grec style elements built in 1870 and later altered. Application is to construct a two-story rear yard addition. Zoned R9X.
7/23/02: Approved

45 East 66th Street – 45 East 66th Street Apartments – Individual Landmark/Upper East Side H.D. A neo-French Renaissance style apartment building with Gothic style elements built in 1908 and designed by Harde and Short. Application is to enlarge an existing penthouse.
7/23/02: Approved

1056 Fifth Avenue – Carnegie Hill H.D. A Modern style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1948. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of through the wall air conditioning units.
Approved 7/30/02

129 East 74th Street – Upper East Side H. D. A neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by John C. Burne and built in 1878-79. Application is to construct a rear-yard addition. Zoned R8B
7/23/02: Approved

3 East 76th Street – Upper East Side H.D. A neo-Jacobean style residence built in 1898-99 and designed by Brite and Bacon. Application is to replace windows on the main facade; install windows in blocked openings; alter the ground floor doors; alter windows on the west facade; and to construct rooftop additions.
7/23/02: No decision

3 East 75th Street – Upper East Side H.D. A Beaux Arts style residence built in 1902-1904 by C.P.H. Gilbert. Application is to excavate the areaway and install a chair lift.
7/23/02: No decision

Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness hearing items
For June 4, 2002
 

40 East 72nd Street – Upper East Side Historic District: A pair of rowhouses built in 1881 and remodeled as a neo-Classical style apartment building in 1928 by Schwartz & Gross. Application s to alter the ground floor and construct rear yard and rooftop addition.
6/4/02: No Decision
3/18/03: Approved with modifications

640 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District: A neo-Italian Renaissance style apartment building designed by J.E.R. Carpenter of Cross and Cross and built in 1919-20. Application is to replace windows.
3/18/03: Approved

39 East 68th Street – Upper East Side Historic District: A townhouse constructed in 1871 and altered in 1913 in the neo-Renaissance style by Fred Dodge. Application is to install grilles at the second floor windows.
6/4/02: Denied

116 East 95th Street- Carnegie Hill Historic District: A Queen Anne style rowhouse designed by Charles Abbott French and Co. and built in 188799. Application is to construct a rear yard addition.
6/4/02: No Decision

791 Park Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District: A Classicizing Art Deco apartment building designed by George and Edward Blum constructed in 1924-25. Application is to remove the existing penthouse additions and construct three new additions.
6/4/02: Approved

1000 Madison Avenue – Upper East Side Historic District: A neo-Federal style residential building designed by Robert Mook and constructed in 1869-70 ad altered by Schwartz and Gross in 1916. Application is to legalize the instillation of an awning and signage without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
Denied

56 East 92nd Street – Carnegie Hill Historic District: A rowhouse built in 1887-1888, and altered by Henry R. Sedgwick. Application is to alter the front façade.
6/4/02: Approved
 
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Certificate of Appropriateness hearing items
For April 23, 2002
 
872 Lexington Avenue – Upper East Side H.D. A multiple dwelling built in 1871-72 and later altered. Application is to legalize the installation of replacement windows, an awning and light fixtures, and alterations to the storefront without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.
Decision 4/23/02: Some work was legalized and some denied.

1071 Fifth Avenue – Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – Individual Landmark. A Modern style museum building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, built in 1956-59. Application is to install a sculpture by Frank Gehry at the terrace (note: the sculpture is currently installed—the museum wishes to make it permanent).
4/23/02: No decision.
7/16/02: Approved for 6 years
122 East 71st Street – Upper East Side H. D. A rowhouse built in 1878 and later altered. Application is to construct a rear yard addition. Zoned R8B
Decision 4/23/02: Approved
1080 Fifth Avenue, aka 1 East 89th Street – Carnegie Hill H.D. A Modern-style apartment building designed by Wechsler & Schimenti and built in 1960-61. Application is to construct a greenhouse addition and to enlarge window openings. Zoned R-10.
Decision 4/23/02: Approved