123 East 63rd Street

123 East 63rd Street

A Beaux-Arts style stable and artist studio building designed by Trowbridge & Livingston and built in 1899-1900 and altered in 1953 for use as a private club. Application is to install a sidewalk canopy.

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32 East 68th Street

32 East 68th Street

A neo-Grec style residence built by R.W. Buckley in 1879, with façade alterations by Prescott and Scott in 1927. Application is to install an awning.

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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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860 Madison Avenue

860 Madison Avenue

A commercial building designed by Francis Y. Joannes and built in 1924. Application is to replace storefronts, install signage and rooftop mechanical equipment.

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813 Madison Avenue

813 Madison Avenue

A brownstone neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by Charles Buek and built in 1881-1882. Application is to replace storefront infill and install lighting.

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133 East 65th Street

133 East 65th Street

An Italianate style house designed by F.S. Barus and built in 1871-72. Application is to install an awning and a post sign.

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29 East 73rd Street

29 East 73rd Street

An Italianate/neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by J.W. Marshall and built in 1871. Application is to legalize and modify signage installed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

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19 East 72nd Street

19 East 72nd Street

A Modern/neo-Classical style apartment building designed by Rosario Candela and built in 1936-37. Application is to replace windows and install signage.

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30 East 68th Street

30 East 68th Street

A neo-Renaissance style apartment building designed by F.B. and A. Ware and built in 1924- 25. Application is to create and enlarge masonry openings.

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744 Madison Avenue

744 Madison Avenue

A commercial building originally designed by Rouse & Goldstone in 1917; altered by Kenneth B. Norton in 1938; and altered and enlarged pursuant to Certificate of Appropriateness 10- 3979 by Page Ayres Cowley Architects. Application is to install an awning.

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