61 East 77th Street

A neo-Federal style school building with Beaux-Art style features designed by Harde and Hasselman built in 1916. Application is to reconstruct the stoop and construct a barrier-free access ramp.

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135 East 71st Street

An apartment building built in 1959. Application is to modify the building's base, replace storefront infill, establish a Master Plan for the installation of signage, and modify a Master Plan for the replacement of windows.

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147 East 69th Street

A garage/residence, originally built as a carriage house in 1880, and altered in the neo-Georgian style by Barney & Colt in 1913. Application is to construct a rooftop addition and install a privacy wall at the rear terrace.

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793 Madison Avenue

A neo-Grec style residence with stores at the first two floors, designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1881. Application is to modify storefronts and construct a rear yard addition.

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706 Madison Avenue

A neo‐Federal style bank building designed by Frank Easton Newman and built in 1921; and a commercial and retail building designed by Paige Ayres Cowley and built in 2016. Application is to replace windows, doors, and railings, and install a statue, awnings, signage, and rooftop HVAC equipment.

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5‐7 East 62nd Street

A Modern style synagogue building designed by Percival Goodman and built in 1956.

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132 East 71st Street

132 East 71st Street

Originally a Queen Anne style, now neo-Federal style building designed by F.T. Camp and constructed in 1884-1885.

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132 East 62nd Street

132 East 62nd Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by John Sexton and built in 1871.

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815 Park Avenue

815 Park Avenue

A neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by W. L. Rouse and L. A. Goldstone and built in 1917.

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46 East 66th Street

46 East 66th Street

A rowhouse originally built in 1877-1878 and altered in the neo-Georgian style by Mott B. Schmidt in 1919.

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