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Greenwich Village »

Protect Historic LGBT Sites in Greenwich Village, Preservationists Say

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

Clinton Hill »

88th Precinct Stationhouse Gets Landmarked

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Neglected Hell's Kitchen Landmark to Be Converted Into Boutique Hotel

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

East Village »

Advocates Push to Landmark 14th St. Synagogue in Face of Development

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

Greenwich Village »

Boutique Marlton Hotel Opens on West Eighth Street

The owner of the Waverly Inn, Jane Hotel and Bowery Hotel is behind the new boutique inn.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Slam 'Glowing Glass Box' Design for Houston St. Building

A six-story retail and office building made of translucent bricks is planned for the landmarked district.

Upper West Side »

Landmarking is Making Manhattan Too Pricey, Real Estate Group Says

Nearly 30 percent of properties are designated as landmarks, making Manhattan too expensive, REBNY said.

Corona »

Filmmaker Hopes Documenting Decaying Queens Landmark Can Help Save It

A teacher and filmmaker wants to document the history of the New York State Pavilion.

Upper East Side »

Historic Fifth Avenue Building Compared to 'Missing Tooth' at UES Meeting

A supporter of 815 Fifth Ave.'s redevelopment called the present townhouse an "orthodonic" problem.

Upper East Side »

Landmarks Committee OKs Windows Overlooking The Frick

Landmarks Preservation Committee OKs windows overlooking the Frick Collection's 70th Street garden.

NoHo »

Condo Building With Terracotta 'Fins' to Take Flight in Empty NoHo Lot

The design for 688 Broadway includes unusual terracotta "fins" on its façade.

SoHo »

Beastie Boy's Former Home Is a Gay Landmark, Advocates Say

Advocates want to save Adam Horovitz's former home, which previously served as a gay meeting hall.

SoHo »

Bid to Save 'Historic' Former Home of Beastie Boy Rejected by City

Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz's former home at 186 Spring St. is slated for demolition.

New York City »

Proposed Bill a 'Deliberate Attack' on Landmarks Law, Opponents Say

The City Council is considering a new law that would water down landmarking rules, preservationists say.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Partners in Preservation Announces Recipients of $3 Million Grant

Forty historic sites selected to receive a portion of a $3 million preservation grant.