122 East 66th Street

122 East 66th Street

A neo-Regency style club building designed by Thomas Harlen Ellett and built in 1931-32. Application is to install mechanical equipment at the roof.

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49 East 68th Street

49 East 68th Street

A neo-Federal style townhouse designed by Trowbridge & Livingston and built in 1913-14. Application is to construct a stair and elevator bulkhead, and modify window openings at the rear façade.

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21 East 73rd Street

21 East 73rd Street

A neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by J.W. Marshall, built in 1871 and altered in 1903 and 1906 with modifications to the first two floors.

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Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle & Paths

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

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10 East 63rd Street

10 East 63rd Street

A house designed by James E. Ware in 1878-1879 and later altered in the neo-Classical style by A. Wallace McCrea in 1922. Application is to enlarge the areaway, alter the base of the building, replace windows, reconstruct the rear façade, modify the rooftop penthouse, install rooftop bulkheads and railing, and

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895 Madison Avenue

895 Madison Avenue

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by W.L. Rouse and L.A. Goldstone and built in 1916. Application is to legalize the installation of awnings and planters without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

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50 East 96th Street

50 East 96th Street

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1905-06. Application is to construct a rooftop addition.

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152 East 71st Street

152 East 71st Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by W. O’Gorman and built in 1871. Application is to remove a bay window at the rear façade and construct a rear yard addition.

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151 East 71st Street

An Italianate style residence built c. 1870, with a two-story commercial extension. Application is to legalize window installed without a Landmarks Preservation Commission permit.

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17 East 71st Street

17 East 71st Street

A house originally designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1889, and altered in the neo-Federal style by Harry Allan Jacobs in 1918. Application is to install awnings and a plaque.

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