2 East 67th Street

2 East 67th Street

Apartment building designed by Rosario Candela, and built in 1928. Application is to install a balcony and lighting.

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700 Park Avenue

700 Park Avenue

An apartment building designed by Kahn & Jacobs, Paul Resnick, and Harry F. Green and built in 1959. Application is to replace doors and alter planters.

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875 Fifth Avenue

875 Fifth Avenue

A simplified Art Deco style apartment building designed by Emery Roth & Sons and built in 1939-40. Application is to modify masonry openings, install an awning and HVAC units, and replace a solarium and a railing.

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157 East 70th Street

157 East 70th Street

An altered rowhouse originally built c. 1879, with the current façade built pursuant to Certificate of Appropriateness 95-0132. Application is to alter the façade, ironwork and areaway.

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954 Madison Avenue

954 Madison Avenue

A neo-Classical style commercial building designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1925. Application isto modify the ground floor, replace windows, and install awnings and planters.

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870 Madison Avenue

870 Madison Avenue

A neo-Italian Renaissance style residence designed by Albert Joseph Bodker, built in 1910-11, and altered in 1929. Application is to replace windows.

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781 Fifth Avenue

781 Fifth Avenue

A neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic style hotel building designed by Schultze & Weaver and Buchman & Kahn and built in 1926-27. Application is to install window display vitrines.

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110 East 71st Street

110 East 71st Street

A neo-Federal style rowhouse designed by Hill & Stout and built in 1916-17. Application is to replace the cornice.

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160 East 70th Street

160 East 70th Street

Italianate style residence with some Neo-Classical elements, designed by William McNamara and constructed in 1872-1874, present facade designed by Thomas Lehreche and constructed in 1961. Application is for a full redesign of the buildings’ facade.

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10 East 63rd Street

10 East 63rd Street

A house designed by James E. Ware in 1878-1879 and later altered in the neo-Classical style by A. Wallace McCrea in 1922. Application is to enlarge the areaway, alter the base of the building, replace windows, reconstruct the rear façade, modify the rooftop penthouse, install rooftop bulkheads and railing, and

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