15 East 90th Street

A neo-Federal style house designed by Mott B. Schmidt and built in 1927-28. Application is to legalize facade work performed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.

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15 East 70th Street

15 East 70th Street

A Beaux-Arts style residence designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-10. Application is to alter ironwork.

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14 East 60th Street

14 East 60th Street

A Beaux-Arts style hotel building designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and built in 1902. Application is to alter the westernmost marquee, replace windows and doors, and install awnings and signage

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127 East 71st Street

127 East 71st Street

A house originally built circa 1865 and modified in the Modern style by Joseph D. Weiss in 1955. Application is to construct a rear yard addition.

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122 East 66th Street

122 East 66th Street (The Cosmopolitan Club)

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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1080 Fifth Avenue

A Modern style apartment building designed by Wechsler & Schimenti and built in 1960-61.

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1065 Park Avenue

Modern apartment building designed by Stephen C. Lyras and constructed in 1969-73. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.

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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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1000 Fifth Avenue

A Beaux-Arts and Roman style museum, built in 1864-1965 and designed by Vaux and Mould; R.M. Hunt, and McKim, Mead, and White, with later additions built between 1975-1990 and designed by Roche-Dinkeloo. Application is to replace a curtain wall facade.

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107 East 64th Street

A rowhouse designed by W.P. & A.M. Parsons, originally built in 1881-1882, and later altered c. 1939 by George B. Post & Sons. Application is to construct rooftop additions.

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