841 Lexington Avenue

841 Lexington Avenue

A simplified Colonial Revival style store and apartment building designed by Thomas W. Lamb Inc. and built in 1929.

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136 East 65th Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by Frederick S. Barus and built in 1870-71, and altered in the Colonial Revival style by James Gamble Rogers in 1922.

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138 East 65th Street

138 East 65th Street

A row house built in 1870-71 and altered in the Colonial Revival style by Samuel Edson Gage in 1906. Application is to alter the front and rear facades and excavate part of the rear yard.

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150 East 73rd Street

150 East 73rd Street (aka 1009-1017 Lexington Avenue)

A Colonial Revival style apartment building designed by Cross & Cross and built in 1922-23. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future replacement of windows.

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1120 Park Avenue

A Colonial Revival style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1929-30. Application is to modify window openings.

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111 Park Avenue

1112 Park Avenue

A Colonial Revival style apartment building designed by Emery Roth and built in 1926-27. Application is to install chimney flues.

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111 Park Avenue

1111 Park Avenue

A Colonial Revival style apartment building designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1924- 25. Application is to establish a master plan governing the future installation of windows.

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144 East 65th Street

144-146 East 65th Street

A Colonial Revival style house designed by Treanor and Fatio and built in 1924. Application is to construct a rooftop addition, alter the rear façade, excavate the rear yard, and modify a fence.

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146 East 65th Street

146 East 65th Street

A Colonial Revival style house designed by Treanor and Fatio and built in 1924. Application is to construct a greenhouse at the rear yard.

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A New Upper East Side Landmark in 2018…?

LPC calendars a new Upper East Side building for landmark designation! Yesterday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to calendar the National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York for potential landmark designation. The building was calendared not only for individual designation of the exterior, but for designation as an interior

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