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2014/12/19 19:19
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R’wood Gets City’s Largest Landmark Dist. Originally proposed in 2010, the new district is the fourth such area in Ridgewood and the largest of its kind in New York City. It covers nearly one-third...
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2014/12/19 12:55
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... Vanderbilt Ave. was built in 1850 and is set to be demolished. View Full Caption CLINTON HILL — A wooden home built before the Civil War might meet the wrecking ball after the city found it to be...
2014/12/17 14:49
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Museum plans new facility by 2020, early focus is on Roosevelt park The American Museum of Natural History announced plans for a new, $325 million addition to its Central Park West campus, a project...
2014/12/16 12:48
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By Daniel Fitzsimmons Developer meets with community to discuss plans for Seaport Historic District A rendering of the Tin Building, moved 30 feet closer to the water and six feet out of the flood...
2014/12/13 05:10
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The town’s original Main Street is on its way to becoming a federally listed historic district. The Town Council gave landmarks consultant Murphy Stillings permission Wednesday to continue work...
2014/12/12 19:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The Fortress of de Blas-itude? Gracie Mansion, the official mayoral residence and home of Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family, recently received a new addition: A "privacy...
2014/12/12 16:03
2014/12/12 16:03
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The architecturally and historically significant sites were put on a sweeping hit list by the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission, for whatever reasons. But the panel's ill-considered plan to...
2014/12/12 13:58
2014/12/12 13:58
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The Korean Teachers Credit Union and TIAA-CREF have invested in the Socony-Mobil building at 120 E. 42nd St. Published: December 12, 2014 - 8:36 am (Bloomberg) -- The Korean Teachers Credit Union...
2014/12/11 21:48
2014/12/11 21:48
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LOWER MANHATTAN — Several hundred people packed into St. Paul’s Chapel Wednesday evening to hear new details and give their opinion on Howard Hughes Corporation’s controversial plans to redevelop the...
2014/12/11 18:22
2014/12/11 18:22
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Commission To Give Delayed Plans The Boot Two historic structures in Long Island City—the Pepsi-Cola sign in Hunters Point (above) and the Old Calvary Cemetery Gatehouse in Blissville (at right)—were...
2014/12/11 17:54
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Ridgewood’s future is bright, going by the number of middle-class 20-somethings moving in and the amount of New York Times articles declaring it “Quooklyn” or “Ridgewick” as if it were part of...
2014/12/10 17:10
2014/12/10 17:10
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Public landmark hearings: * Two-story, Mediterranean Revival-style house at 177 Clarendon Ave. built in 1929 by Arnold Construction Co. Mayor Gail Coniglio: I’m concerned the house only meets one...
2014/12/10 13:49
2014/12/10 13:49
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UPPER WEST SIDE — A plan to convert a century-old church on Central Park West into condos was rejected Tuesday by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, which pushed for the project architect to...
2014/12/10 05:10
2014/12/10 05:10
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The long-awaited restoration of Memorial Fountain will likely begin within weeks. Town Manager Peter Elwell told the Town Council on Tuesday that he has finalized an agreement for a $350,000 state...
2014/12/08 22:48
2014/12/08 22:48
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Move would have wiped 100 potential landmarks off of the group’s agenda The Landmarks Preservation Commission scrapped a plan to take almost 100 potential landmarks and two potential historic...
2014/12/07 13:10
2014/12/07 13:10
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With more than half of Vita Serena demolished, an attorney for the landmarked home’s owners will request variances from the Town Council on Wednesday that would move reconstruction forward. Removal...
2014/12/05 22:54
2014/12/05 22:54
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Following a public outcry from historical conservationists, the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission has shelved its plan to drop roughly 100 locations, including eight in Queens, from its running...
2014/12/05 21:03
2014/12/05 21:03
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CITY HALL -- A proposal that would remove the Snug Harbor Historic District and 25 properties on Staten Island from consideration for landmark status is now being re-evaluated. The move, which would...
2014/12/05 17:48
2014/12/05 17:48
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The Landmarks Preservation Commission has pulled a plan to remove almost 100 sites from landmark consideration after an outcry from the city's preservation community. Included in the list was the...
2014/12/05 12:58
2014/12/05 12:58
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Published: December 5, 2014 - 6:46 am Thousands continued to protest throughout the city yesterday over a Staten Island grand jury’s decision on Wednesday not to indict a New York police officer in...
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