An altered apartment, originally built as a Romanesque Revival/neo-Renaissance style residence designed by Neville & Bagge in 1898-99, and enlarged in the 1980s. Application is to demolish the building and construct a new building.
A neo- Grec style rowhouse designed by William McNamara, built in 1879-1880, and altered in the Medieval Revival style by John J. Foley in 1913. Application is to alter the facade and install an areaway fence.
A French Second Empire style residence designed by G. E. Knowlde and built in 1870, altered with a two-story commercial extension in the early 20th century. Application is to replace storefront infill.
A rowhouse designed by R.W. Buckley, built in 1879, and modified in the neo-Classical style by Morris & O’Connor in 1932. Application is to reconstruct the front facade, modify the roof and rear facade, and excavate the cellar.