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Clinton Hill »

St. Luke's Church Sold For $8.8M to Become Condos: Report

The former Lutheran Church is converting to condo-ism.

Park Slope »

Landmarks Commission Calls Pavilion Condos 'Too Prominent' for Park Slope

The LPC asked Hidrock Realty to modify its condo development to blend in better with its surroundings.

West Village »

Architect Proposes Leaving Arch Off of One If By Land, Two If By Sea

One If By Land, Two If By Sea's owners took the restaurant's archway down without the city's permission.

Central Harlem »

Owner of Dilapidated Landmarked Harlem Home Sued in Rare Move by City

The 133-year-old home on Astor Row is missing floors, walls and most of a roof.

Jackson Heights »

Landmarks Dept. Delays Vote on Jackson Heights Historic District Addition

Developers presented a plan to add a four-story addition atop 84-11 37th Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Pols Lament Exclusion of Broadway in UWS Historic District

Leaders and preservationists said not landmarking Broadway leaves it ripe for development. 

Meatpacking District »

Madewell Store Coming To Meatpacking District In 2016, Company Says

The clothing retailer signed a lease for the old R&L Restaurant space on Gansevoort Street.

Park Slope »

Landmarks Hearing on Pavilion Theater Condos Postponed Until Aug. 18

People who can't attend the hearing can send comments via email.

Park Slope »

Community Board Tells Developer to 'Tone Down' Pavilion Theater Condos

Locals slammed the proposed look of the new condo building at a Community Board 6 meeting Thursday.

Park Slope »

Neighborhood Group Asks Public to Speak Out on Pavilion Theater Condo Plan

Hidrock Realty will give the public its first look at plans of the Pavilion Theater on July 23.

West Village »

Owner of One If By Land in Trouble for Ripping Arch Off Landmarked Facade

The owners of West Village restaurant One If By Land, Two If By Sea were issued a violation by the city.

Park Slope »

Developer Drops Plans for Residential Units at Landmarked Lyceum Building

Greystone says it's going to make the Lyceum into a single-use commercial space.

Greenwich Village »

City Landmarks Commission Maps 150 Years of LGBTQ History In The Village

An interactive online map shows hotspots dating back to the 1800s.

Upper West Side »

Opponents of UWS Project Protest Last-Minute Construction Approval

The project now has DOB approval but residents are still fighting the plans.

Upper West Side »

LPC Votes to Add More Than 300 Buildings to UWS Historic District

The extension, which landmarks all of West End Avenue, marks a victory for preservationists.