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

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

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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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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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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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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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5‐7 East 62nd Street

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

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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,

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1109 Fifth Avenue

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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