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Long Island City »

Landmarks to Hold Public Hearing on Long Island City Clock Tower Building

The public can weigh in on whether the former Bank of Manhattan building in Queens should be landmarked.

Jackson Heights »

Community Board Blocks Proposal for Apartment on Historic District Roof

The proposal would build forty apartments in four stories on the roof on 37th Avenue. 

Upper West Side »

Controversial UWS Church-to-Condo Conversion Approved by Board

Community Board 7 cleared the way for the controversial plan to go before the city. 

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Residents Catalog 'Hideous' Buildings in Plea for Better Design

Locals are attempting to create a dialogue with developers to call for façades that blend with the area.

Greenwich Village »

Caffe Dante to Be Replaced by Small Plates Restaurant With Raw Bar

Documents obtained by DNAinfo New York show plans for a highly stylized eatery from an AvroKO exec.

Long Island City »

City Will Consider Landmarking Long Island City Clock Tower

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

Crown Heights »

More Than 600 Homes Added to Crown Heights Historic District

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the designation on Tuesday.

SoHo »

Residents Fear Developer's Plan to Remove Greene Street Fire Escapes

Tenants in two SoHo buildings say their fire escapes are a necessity and part of the block's character.

West Village »

PHOTOS: Former Landmark Building Demolished to Make Way for Condos

The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.

Sunset Park »

Former Sunset Park NYPD Precinct House Hits Market for $6 Million

The landmarked building at 43rd Street and Fourth Avenue was recently listed for sale.

SoHo »

Dolce & Gabbana Gets Massive Flagship in SoHo After Developer Skirts Rules

The Italian fashion brand will lease a 15,000-square-foot historic building on Mercer Street.

Chelsea »

City Must Review Penthouse Atop Underground Railroad Home, Court Rules

The landmarked Hopper-Gibbons house once hosted abolitionists John Brown and William Lloyd Garrison.

West Village »

Cynthia Rowley Infuriates Neighbors by Damaging Landmarked Home: Lawsuit

The fashion designer is being sued by a neighboring condo board after doing renovations on her home.

Upper West Side »

Construction Worker Killed After Falling Down UWS Elevator Shaft, FDNY Says

Frank Dragotta, 61, fell to his death inside 130 W. 70th St., which is undergoing renovations.

Clinton Hill »

164-Year-Old Clinton Hill House May Meet the Wrecking Ball

The house at 69 Vanderbilt Ave. was deemed unsafe by the Department of Buildings.