60 East 93rd Street
20 East 76th Street is a neo-Classical style apartment building designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1925-26. Application is to modify openings, replace an entrance canopy, replace windows and doors, and alter the rooftop addition.
East Side Extra: Introducing the Rhinelanders
As the Third and Second Avenue elevated trains rumbled their way uptown to Yorkville in the early 1880s, passengers would have seen streets around them that were unevenly lined with new tenement construction, in addition to a lot of empty lots. The Panic of 1879 had interrupted new development in
A Perilous Path to Protection: Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of a Landmark
April 2020 marks the 55th anniversary of the New York City Landmarks Law, and this year, our neighborhood has something extra special to celebrate as we honor this milestone year. As of October 2019, the City and Suburban First Avenue Estate has been saved from demolition, thanks to a years-long,
Support FRIENDS, your preservation “boots on the ground”
At FRIENDS, we relish our role as your watchdog for the Upper East Side. We fight to protect everything you love about the neighborhood — the gorgeous architecture, the tree-lined streets, and the mom-and-pop businesses.
Two New Upper East Side Landmarks!
Today, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to designate the First Hungarian Reformed Church (a.k.a. 344-346 East 69th Street) designed by Emery Roth and built from 1915-1916 and the exteriors of the National Society of Colonial Dames building (a.k.a. 215 East 71st Street) designed by Richard Henry Dana Jr. and
A New Yorkville Landmark in 2019?
On Tuesday, January 22nd, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to calendar The First Hungarian Reformed Church at 346 East 69th Street for potential Individual Landmark designation.
The Frick Collection Expansion: Upcoming Opportunities to Learn More and Weigh In
In April, the Frick Collection announced new designs by Selldorf Architects to upgrade and expand the museum’s facilities.
The Upper East Side Has a New Landmark!
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted on Tuesday, December 13th to designate the wooden house at 412 East 85th Street as the newest individual landmark on the Upper East Side.