Welcome to FRIENDS' new website!

29 East 73rd Street

Building Name

29 East 73rd Street

Architect

J.W. Marshall

Year(s) Built

1871

Designation

Upper East Side Historic District

29 East 73rd Street
Project Information:

An Italianate/neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by J.W. Marshall and built in 1871. Application is to legalize and modify signage installed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

CB8 Hearing: 07/18/16 (Approved)
LPC Hearing: 07/26/16 (Approved)

FRIENDS' Testimony:

The proposed display case offers a sensible and discreet solution to enclose existing and future signage. FRIENDS does not support illegal work on landmarked buildings, but since this rowhouse did have a sign in the window when it was designated, we find this sign to be acceptable. We hope that the profile of the glass frame will be as minimal as presented, and if so, can support this application.

Thank you.

Related Links:
LPC Hearing: