20 East 64th Street

20 East 64th Street

A residence built in 1878-79 and altered in the neo-French Renaissance style by Frederick W. White in 1920-21. Application is to construct rooftop bulkheads, alter the rear facade and extension, and excavate a sub-cellar.

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12 East 78th Street

12 East 78th Street

A neo-Italian Renaissance style row house built in 1886-87. Application is to legalize painting the facade in non-compliance with Certificate of No Effect 11-0771.

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42 East 69th Street

42 East 69th Street

A neo-French Renaissance style residence built in 1919-21 and designed by C.P.H. Gilbert. Application is to construct an addition, modify window openings, and replace doors.

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20 East 71st Street

20 East 71st Street

A neo-Italian Renaissance style residence designed by C.P.H. Gilbert and built in 1922-23. Application is to install a guardrail at the rear facade, and to request that the Landmarks Preservation Commission issue a report to the City Planning Commission relating to an application for Special Permit pursuant to Section 74-711

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45 East 66th Street

45 East 66th Street

A neo-French Renaissance style apartment building with Gothic style elements designed by Harde and Short and built in 1908. Application is to construct a rooftop addition.

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20 East 64th Street

20 East 64th Street

A residence built in 1878-79 and altered in the neo-French Renaissance style by Frederick W. White in 1920-21. Application is to replace windows.

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15 East 84th Street

15 East 84th Street

A house designed by Renwick, Aspinwall and Owen, and built in 1899 and altered in 1928 by Adam Lanfear Norris in the neo-Italianate Renaissance style. Application is to install temporary signage.

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140 East 63rd Street

140 East 63rd Street — Barbizon Hotel for Women

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

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103 East 75th Street

103 East 75th Street

A neo-Italian Renaissance style building originally designed by Lawlor & Haase and constructed in 1912-13. Application is for the replacement of windows.

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