The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.
The 88th Precinct Stationhouse was built in 1898 and designed by architect George Ingram.
The Windermere, a Queen Anne-style building at West 57th Street and Ninth Avenue, will become a hotel.
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.
A six-story retail and office building made of translucent bricks is planned for the landmarked district.
Nearly 30 percent of properties are designated as landmarks, making Manhattan too expensive, REBNY said.
A teacher and filmmaker wants to document the history of the New York State Pavilion.
A supporter of 815 Fifth Ave.'s redevelopment called the present townhouse an "orthodonic" problem.
Landmarks Preservation Committee OKs windows overlooking the Frick Collection's 70th Street garden.
The design for 688 Broadway includes unusual terracotta "fins" on its façade.
Advocates want to save Adam Horovitz's former home, which previously served as a gay meeting hall.
Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz's former home at 186 Spring St. is slated for demolition.
The City Council is considering a new law that would water down landmarking rules, preservationists say.
Forty historic sites selected to receive a portion of a $3 million preservation grant.
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