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Upper West Side »

Landmarks Rejects 'Bland' Design for 16-Story Tower Near Lucerne Hotel

The commission asked the architects to revise their design for 207 W. 97th St. 

Greenwich Village »

Don't Tell Owners Their Buildings Are Set for Landmarking: Preservationists

Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn's Historic Churches Disappear to Make Way for Condos

We map the more than 20 historic churches that have been converted into condos in the past two decades.

Central Harlem »

Protesters Ask Landmarks Commission to Force Church to Remove Anti-Gay Sign

Atlah Worldwide Church is accused of making alterations to its historic building without permission.

Upper East Side »

Upper Park Avenue Designated a Historic District

The new district covers a 12-block stretch from East 79th to East 91st streets. 

Midtown »

Thousands of Artifacts, Including 200-Year-Old Douche, Get New Home

Thousands of items found in various sites across the city will be housed in Midtown.

Midtown »

Locals Demand Protections for 57th Street on Rizzoli Bookstore's Last Day

The bookstore was set to close on West 57th Street Friday evening. 

Midtown »

Rizzoli Bookstore Interior Won't Be Landmarked, Officials Say

The bookstore, which faces demolition, will close on Friday.

Meatpacking District »

Real Estate Firm Drops High Line Mural After Failing to Get City Approval

Town Real Estate did not get landmarks approval for a Domingo Zapata-designed mural on 14th Street.

Midtown »

Last-Minute Landmarking Bid Could Save Rizzoli Bookstore Building

The bookstore is set to close its West 57th Street location on Friday so the building can be demolished.

Bed-Stuy »

Residents Celebrate Stuyvesant Heights' Preservation

Stuyvesant Heights Historic District expanded in August. Supporters want more of Bed-Stuy landmarked.

Midtown »

Landmarks Commission Declines to Protect Rizzoli Bookstore From Demolition

The historic 57th Street building housing the Rizzoli Bookstore is set to be demolished.

Upper East Side »

City to Consider Landmarking UES Parking Garage

The Ardsley Garage was built in 1914 in response to the city's first automobile boom.

Upper East Side »

Wheelchair-User Sues Creperie Over Lack of Ramp Access

Bonjour Crepes has been hit with a lawsuit from a woman who said the shop is not wheelchair accessible.

Upper East Side »

UES Building Caught in Landmarks Fight Allowed to Deteriorate, Tenants Say

Residents said the owner has purposefully neglected their buildings during the three-year fight.

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