The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to protect the Town & Village Synagogue.
Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.
The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.
Preservationists want to prevent Town & Village Synagogue on East 14th Street from being demolished.
The owner of the Waverly Inn, Jane Hotel and Bowery Hotel is behind the new boutique inn.
The move will change the face of Manhattan's lower west side.
The state historic preservation office recognized the bar for its role in the LGBT-rights movement.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to secure the new historict district despite protests.
Advocates said getting affordable housing in exchange for the expansion is not worth it.
The commission unanimously voted to approve the "refined and improved proposal."
The City Council's land-use committee approved a modified expansion plan for New York University.
Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz's former home at 186 Spring St. is slated for demolition.
The poll by supporters says 62 percent of residents are in favor, but opponents rejected those numbers.
The Department of Buildings gave permission for work on East 10th St. hours before the LPC's vote.
A local preservation group is hopeful about the future of a Greenwich Village building that has been vacant, boarded up and infested by rats for years.
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