1136 Fifth Avenue
George F. Pelham
Modify masonry openings and replace infill and cladding at the penthouse
Carnegie Hill Historic District
A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1924-1925. Application is to modify masonry openings and replace infill and cladding at the penthouse.
CB8 Hearing: 10/19/15 (Disapproved)
LPC Hearing: 10/27/15 (No Action)
LPC Meeting: 1/12/16 (Approved)
(10/27/15) The penthouse is highly visible from Central Park, and the existing arched openings and bay window add a level of charm to the rooftop structure, which would be diminished under this proposal. The Preservation Committee asks the Commission to work with the applicant to retain the historic configuration of window openings at the penthouse.