27 East 92nd Street

Building Name

27 East 92nd Street


A.B. Ogden & Son

Year(s) Built



Carnegie Hill Historic District

27 East 92nd Street
Project Information:

A Romanesque Revival/Queen Anne style rowhouse designed by A.B. Ogden & Son and built in 1889, and altered by Glick & Gelbman in 1954-55. Application is to install storefront infill, awning, signage, lighting and a through-wall louver.

CB8 Hearing: 03/14/16 (Disapproved)
LPC Hearing: 04/05/16 (Approved with Modifications)

FRIENDS' Testimony:

Our Preservation Committee feels that the red color of the retractable awning is too bright for the streetscape and will detract from the remaining Queen Anne architectural details on the side of the building. We suggest that the Commission work with the applicant to achieve a more subdued signage, as another restaurant by the same owner a few blocks away has been in contention with neighbors due to its obtrusively colored sidewalk enclosure and showy signage.

LPC Hearing: