630 Park Avenue

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by J. E. R. Carpenter and built in 1916. Application is to construct a rear yard addition.

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22 East 81st Street

A rowhouse, originally designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1883-84, and remodeled c. 1977 with a new stucco façade. Application is to reclad the façade, replace windows and modify openings.

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140 East 74th Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by John G. Prague and built in 1871-75. Application is to alter a one-story commercial extension and replace a sidewalk canopy.

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1088 Park Avenue

A Renaissance Revival style apartment building, designed by Mott B. Schmidt and built in 1924-1925. Application is to modify the entrance.

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800 Park Avenue

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by Electus D. Litchfield & Pliny Rogers and built in 1925. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.

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3 East 78th Street

3 East 78th Street

A neo-French Renaissance style town house designed by C. P. H. Gilbert and built in 1897-99. Application is to modify a window opening.

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714 Madison Avenue

An Italianate/neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by Gage Inslee and built in 1874, with a storefront addition built in 1926. Application is to install signage, awnings and light fixtures.

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53 East 79th Street

An Italian Renaissance style townhouse designed by Trowbridge & Livingston and built in 1916-17. Application is to construct a rear yard addition.

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1071 Fifth Avenue

A Modern-style museum building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1956-59, and subsequently enlarged by an addition designed by Gwathmy Siegel and Associates and built in 1988-92. Application is to modify designated interior spaces.

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1014 Fifth Avenue

A Beaux-Arts style townhouse designed by Welch, Smith & Provot and built in 1906-1907. Application is to alter the areaway, modify windows and doors, and enlarge a rear yard addition.

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