823-825 Madison Avenue

823-825 Madison Avenue

An apartment building built in 1880 and altered in 1926 in the neo-Federal style by S. Edson Gage. Application is to alter the facade and install storefront infill and signage.

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711 Madison Avenue

711 Madison Avenue

A neo-Grec style row house designed by Charles Baxter, built in 1877, and altered in the 20th century. Application is to replace windows.

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173 East 75th Street

173 East 75th Street

A Renaissance Revival style school building designed by Robert J. Reiley and built in 1925-26. Application is to install an awning.

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702-708 Madison Avenue & 22-24 East 63rd Street

702-708 Madison Avenue & 22-24 East 63rd Street

A two-story neo-Federal style building designed by Merwin Shrady and built in 1940, a three-story neo-Federal style bank building designed by Frank Easton Newman and built in 1921, and an empty lot with a brick wall.

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Grand Army Plaza

Grand Army Plaza

A plaza originally established in the 1860s and expanded and redesigned by Carrere and Hastings in 1913-1916. Application is to regrade and reset paving.

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827 Madison Avenue

A residence built in 1880 and modified in 1923 by James Casale. Application is to re-clad the commercial ground floor and modify masonry openings.

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737 Park Avenue

Classicizing Art-Deco style building designed by Sylvan Bien and constructed in 1940. Application to remove ground floor window grilles.

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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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2-6 East 61st Street

2-6 East 61st Street

A neo-Classical style hotel designed by Schultze and Weaver and built in 1929-30. Application is to replace an existing addition.

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11-15 East 70th Street

A neo-French Classic style residence, designed by John Duncan, and built in 1909-1910; and a Beaux-Arts style residence, designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-1910. Application is to amend Certificate of Appropriateness for a Master Plan for the installation of new window openings.

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