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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26 East 78th Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by Silas M. Styles and built in 1871. Application is to demolish an existing rear yard addition, and construct rear yard and rooftop additions.

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132 East 62nd Street

132 East 62nd Street

An Italianate style rowhouse designed by John Sexton and built in 1871.

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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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789 Madison Avenue

An Italianate/neo-Grec style row house designed by F.S. Barus, and altered in 1909 by Albro and Lindeberg to accommodate a two-story commercial storefront extension. Application is to install new storefront infill and awnings at the upper floors.

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1032-1034 Lexington Avenue

1032-1034 Lexington Avenue

An Italianate style row house designed by John G. Prague and built in 1871-75, and altered in 1927 by Harry A. Jacobs. Application is to install storefront infill and paint the facade.

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123 East 71st Street

123 East 71st Street

An Italianate style residence built c.1865, and heavily altered in 1904 by Thomas Nash. Application is to construct a rooftop addition.

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791 Madison Avenue

791 Madison Avenue

An Italianate/neo-Grec style row house designed by F.S. Barus and built in 1871. Application is to alter the facades.

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126-134 East 78th Street

126-134 East 78th Street

A neo-Federal style school building designed by James W. O’Connor and built in 1923-24, and a pair of Italianate residences built c. 1866. Application is to construct rooftop and rear yard additions.

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151 East 71st Street

An Italianate style residence built c. 1870, with a two-story commercial extension. Application is to legalize window installed without a Landmarks Preservation Commission permit.

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