Doctor’s Row. (Photo via LPC)UPDATE: It’s now official. While Doctors’ Row became a Historic District on June 25, 2019, when the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to grant it the designation, the City Council had to approve it to make it truly official, and that happened yesterday,
[UPDATED: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 5pm] The NYC Department of Buildings [DOB] reached out to Bklyner with the following clarifications. “DOB has issued several violations to the building owner already for failure to comply with a DOB issued Stop Work Order,” wrote Andrew Rudansky, DOB Senior Deputy Press Secretary.
GOWANUS- A group of Gowanus residents and community leaders gathered at the Union Street Bridge Tuesday morning to call on the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/lpc/index.page] (LPC) to consider key historical sites in the neighborhood for landmark designation. L-R: Brad Vogel, Simeon Bankoff,
The Chair of the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/lpc/index.page] (LPC) announced her resignation on Thursday after serving four years in the role. St. Barbara’s Roman Catholic Church, Bushwick (Photo: Scott Bintner/PropertyShark)“I am honored to have served as Chair of the
CARROLL GARDENS – [UPDATED: 10am, Wednesday, April 11 2018] The NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission sent out an announcement Tuesday afternoon stating that they have officially voted to “calendar” 236 and 238 President Street, bringing the two buildings closer to a landmark designation decision and protecting 236 President, the former Hans S.
CARROLL GARDENS – On Friday, Council Member Brad Lander’s office sent a release announcing that the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/lpc/index.page] (LPC) has agreed to consider both 236 and 238 President Street for landmark designation. (L-R) 238 and 236 President Street (Photo: Pamela
WALLABOUT – The Walt Whitman Initiative [https://www.facebook.com/WaltWhitmanInitiative/] is urging the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/lpc/index.page] to reconsider its decision not to designate 99 Ryerson Street [https://www.google.com/maps/place/99+Ryerson+St,+Brooklyn,+NYemail@example.com,
The city’s Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) has withdrawn its controversial plan to remove 98 properties awaiting landmark status from their list, including the historic Green-Wood Cemetery [http://www.green-wood.com/] and Lady Moody’s House in Gravesend [http://www.bensonhurstbean.com/2014/12/nearly-100-nyc-sites-may-removed-landmark-consideration-including-lady-moodys-house-gravesend/] . As we previously reported [/history/