140 East 63rd Street
An Italian Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance ornament style building originally designed by Murgatroyd & Ogden and constructed in 1927-28. Application is to replace the existing glass door with sidelight, block wall and overhead molding with new storefront glazing infill to match existing ground floor storefront, and new molding and curb
175 East 73rd Street
An Italianate style rowhouse built in 1860. Application is to modify the existing rooftop addition, install mechanical equipment, and replace windows.
116 East 78th Street
An Italian Renaissance Revival style bank building designed by Robert Maynicke and built in 1905; and expanded by P. Gregory Stadler in 1923-24. Application is to install a barrier-free access ramp.
55 East 84th Street
A Classical style building designed by Magginnis & Walsh, and built between 1913 and 1917. Application is to install flagpoles and banners
49 East 68th Street
A neo-Federal style townhouse designed by Trowbridge & Livingston and built in 1913-14. Application is to construct a stair and elevator bulkhead, and modify window openings at the rear façade.
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.
332 East 88th Street
A French Renaissance style Parsonage building in an ecclesiastical complex designed by Barney & Chapman and built in 1897. Application is to request that the Landmarks Preservation Commission issue a report to the City Planning Commission relating to an application for a Modification of Use and Bulk pursuant to Section
172-174 East 73rd Street
A neo-Grec style carriage house designed by Frank Wennemer and built in 1889. Application is to construct a rooftop addition and excavate the rear yard.
157 East 78th Street
A vernacular house with Italianate style influences built in 1861. Application is to install rooftop mechanical equipment.