106 East 78th Street

A rowhouse designed by W. P. & A. M. Parsons built in 1881-1882, and later altered c. 1941. Application is to construct a new building.

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34 east 70th feat

34 East 70th Street

A neo-Medieval style residence, originally built as two row houses in 1884-85, altered and combined by William Lawrence Bottomley in 1924-29. Application is to alter facade, construct rooftop and rear yard additions, excavate the areaway and modify masonry openings.

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38 East 73rd Street

A neo-Grec/Queen Anne style house designed by Charles Buek & Co. and built in 1886-87. Application is to legalize the construction of a rear yard addition without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

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405-415 East 59th Street

405-415 East 59th Street

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

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1295 Madison

A Modern/neo-Classical style apartment building designed by Rosario Candela and built in 1936-37. Application is to replace windows and install signage.

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26 East 78th Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by Silas M. Styles and built in 1871. Application is to demolish an existing rear yard addition, and construct rear yard and rooftop additions.

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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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Roosevelt Island Lighthouse

A Modern/neo-Classical style apartment building designed by Rosario Candela and built in 1936-37. Application is to replace windows and install signage.

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110th Street and Lenox Avenue, Central Park

An Italianate/Second Empire style rowhouse designed by John Sexton and built in 1869. Application is to reclad the facade.

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605 Park Avenue

605 Park Avenue

An apartment building designed by Sylvan Bien and built in 1953-1954. Application is to replace railings and install a canopy. An additional application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of replacement windows, balcony enclosures, and through-wall HVAC units.

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