3 East 89th Street

3 East 89th Street

A neo-Renaissance style townhouse designed by Ogden Codman and built in 1913-15.

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730 Park Avenue

730 Park Avenue

A neo-Renaissance/neo-Jacobean style apartment building designed by Lafayette A. Goldstone and built in 1929.

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4 East 62nd Street

4 East 62nd Street

A row house built in 1879-1880 and redesigned in the neo-Renaissance style in 1898 by Clinton and Russell.

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112 & 114 East 73rd Street

112 & 114 East 73rd Street

A pair of Queen Anne and neo -Renaissance style row houses designed by Thom & Wilson and built in 1884-85.

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11 East 68th Street

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by Herbert Lucas and built in 1912-13. Application is to construct rooftop and rear yard additions, alter and infill window openings, alter the courtyard, install a new entrance door, canopy, window grilles, and lighting, and replace portions of the sidewalk.

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17 East 89th Street

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building, designed by Gaetan Ajello and built in 1924-25. Application is to replace storefront infill.

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22 East 72nd Street

22 East 72nd Street

A neo-Renaissance style row house designed by Rose & Stone and built in 1893-94. Application is to legalize the installation of rooftop mechanical equipment installed in non-compliance with Landmarks Preservation Commission permits.

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138 East 94th Street

A neo-Renaissance style flats building with stores designed by Neville & Bagge and built in 1901-02. Application is to install a barrier-free access ramp.

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807 Park Avenue

An altered apartment, originally built as a Romanesque Revival/neo-Renaissance style residence designed by Neville & Bagge in 1898-99, and enlarged in the 1980s. Application is to demolish the building and construct a new building.

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575 Park Avenue

575 Park Avenue

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1926-27. Application is to replace entrance infill, a canopy, an awning, menu boxes, and light fixtures.

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