2 East 91st Street

A neo-Georgian style mansion with Beaux-Arts elements designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, and built in 1899-1903.

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15 East 70th Street

15 East 70th Street

A Beaux-Arts style residence designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-10. Application is to alter ironwork.

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14 East 60th Street

14 East 60th Street

A Beaux-Arts style hotel building designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and built in 1902. Application is to alter the westernmost marquee, replace windows and doors, and install awnings and signage

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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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110 East 70th Street

110 East 70th Street

A residence originally built in 1869 and altered by Robertson & Potter in 1905 in the simplified Beaux-Arts style.

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38-40 East 75th Street

38-40 East 75th Street

A row house built in 1881-82 and highly altered in 1926 by John W. Ingle; and a neo-Grec style row house designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1881-82, with Beaux-Arts style additions designed by Herts & Tallant in 1910. Application is to combine the buildings, construct a rooftop

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15 East 70th Street

15 East 70th Street

A Beaux-Arts style residence designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-10. Application is to alter ironwork.

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2 East 91st Street

A neo-Georgian style mansion with Beaux-Arts elements designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, and built in 1899-1903. Application is to install a canopy and lighting.

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14 East 60th Street

14 East 60th Street

A Beaux-Arts style hotel building designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and built in 1902. Application is to alter the westernmost marquee, replace windows and doors, and install awnings and signage

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11-15 East 70th Street

A neo-French Classic style residence, designed by John Duncan, and built in 1909-1910; and a Beaux-Arts style residence, designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-1910. Application is to amend Certificate of Appropriateness for a Master Plan for the installation of new window openings.

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