BREAKING NEWS! Owner of Treadwell Farm’s Neglected Building Withdraws LPC Application

In an unexpected turn of events, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has decided to allow the applicant of 210 East 62nd Street to withdraw its application scheduled for tomorrow's public hearing.

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Advocacy Alert: 210 East 62nd Street! Your voice needed at LPC this Tuesday

Next Tuesday, April 26th, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) will review the latest plans for 210 East 62nd Street located in the Treadwell Farm Historic District in a public hearing. The rowhouse dates to 1870 with 20th-century alterations, and has been the subject of a contentious renovation project since plans

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Preservation Alert: 21 East 65th Street demolished due to emergency order

In mid-December 2021 FRIENDS learned the disturbing news that the upper stories of 21 East 65th Street, a historic building located in the Upper East Side Historic District, were being demolished due to the appearance of an 8-inch-wide crack in floors 3-5 of its front facade. The Department of Buildings

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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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1022 Lexington Avenue

A neo-Grec style rowhouse built in 1880-1881 and designed by Thom and Wilson. Application is to replace storefront and entrance infill and modify openings.

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969 Park Avenue

A Renaissance Revival style apartment building designed by Pickering & Walker and built in 1911-1912. Application is to establish a Master Plan governing the future installation of windows.

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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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163 East 67th Street – Park East Synagogue

A Moorish Revival style synagogue designed by Schneider and Herter and built in1889-1890. Application is to install LED signage.

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