A French Renaissance style Parsonage building in an ecclesiastical complex designed by Barney & Chapman and built in 1897. Application is to request that the Landmarks Preservation Commission issue a report to the City Planning Commission relating to an application for a Modification of Use and Bulk pursuant to Section
A Beaux Arts style “through-type” cantilever bridge, spanning the East River between Manhattan and Queens over Roosevelt Island, designed by Henry Hornbostel and built in 1901-1908. Application is to install signs and to alter the area below the bridge
A Gothic style observation tower designed by Calvert Vaux and built in 1867, and adjacent pathways, within an English Romantic style public park designed in 1856 by Olmsted and Vaux. Application is to replace windows and doors. An additional application is to construct a pathway and walls for barrier free
A Second Empire and Gothic Revival style rectory building designed by Patrick C. Keely and built in 1881-1883. Application is to modify the front areaway and construct a barrier-free access ramp.
An Italian Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance ornament style building originally designed by Murgatroyd & Ogden and constructed in 1927-28. Application is to replace the existing glass door with sidelight, block wall and overhead molding with new storefront glazing infill to match existing ground floor storefront, and new molding and curb
A group of model tenement buildings designed by James E. Ware & Sons and built in 1898-1915. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future replacement of windows.