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Kips Bay »

The home of our 21st president should be a city landmark, preservationists said at a hearing.

Union Square »

Union Square first went before the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1970.

Central Harlem »

The Mount Morris Park Historic District will be expanded to include more houses in Harlem.

Central Harlem »

The block association is hoping part of the historic structure is preserved. 

East Harlem »

The fence is meant to bring safety to the homeless people who sleep on the church steps, officials said.

Roosevelt Island »

The Beaux Arts-style lamp base now sits at the Roosevelt Island Historical Society Visitor Center.

Long Island City »

The LPC voted to hold a public hearing on the former Bank of Manhattan building in Queens Plaza.

Long Island City »

Preservationists say the proposal from the de Blasio administration lacked transparency.

Upper West Side »

The new design has three long glass windows instead of dozens of little windows on the north facade. 

Long Island City »

The sale comes as residents are looking to landmark the iconic building, located in Queens Plaza.

Civic Center »

Critics say that the move leaves the sites and the districts vulnerable.

Greenwich Village »

The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.

Clinton Hill »

The 88th Precinct Stationhouse was built in 1898 and designed by architect George Ingram.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Windermere, a Queen Anne-style building at West 57th Street and Ninth Avenue, will become a hotel.

East Village »

Preservationists want to prevent Town & Village Synagogue on East 14th Street from being demolished.