10 East 92nd Street

A Renaissance Revival style rowhouse, designed by Thomas Graham and built in 1890‐92. Application is to construct a rooftop addition.

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3 East 89th Street

3 East 89th Street

A neo-Renaissance style townhouse designed by Ogden Codman and built in 1913-15.

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1185 Park Avenue

1185 Park Avenue

A neo-Gothic style apartment building designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1928-29. Application is to replace guard booths.

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17 East 89th Street

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building, designed by Gaetan Ajello and built in 1924-25. Application is to replace storefront infill.

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1 East 94th Street

1 East 94th Street

A townhouse originally built in 1893-95, and altered in 1925 by Cas Gilbert. Application is to modify and existing rooftop addition.

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66 East 91st Street

A Romanesque Revival style rowhouse designed by James Henderson and built in 1887-89, altered in 1909 with the addition of neo-Classical style elements by Snelling & Potter, and altered by William H. Boring in 1910. Application is to modify the areaway, demolish an existing rear yard addition, construct a new

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1440 Lexington Avenue

1440 Lexington Avenue

A flats building designed by Frederick T. Camp and built in 1882-83. Application is to construct a rear addition and excavate the cellar.

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28-30 East 92nd Street

28-30 East 92nd Street

Two Renaissance Revival style row houses designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and built in 1892-95. Application is to combine the buildings, alter the areaways, and construct rooftop and rear yard additions

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2 East 91st Street

A neo-Georgian style mansion with Beaux-Arts elements designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, and built in 1899-1903. Application is to install a canopy and lighting.

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1290 Madison Avenue

A Renaissance Revival style flats building with stores designed by A.B. Ogden & Co. and built in 1898. Application is to construct a rooftop addition, install storefront infill, create an entrance on East 92nd Street, and install a canopy. A second application is to request that the Landmarks Preservation Commission

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