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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.

Civic Center »

Stonewall Inn Is Officially a NYC Landmark in 'Unprecedented Move'

The Landmarks Preservation Commission designated the Christopher Street building a historic landmark.

Jackson Heights »

Hearing for Construction in a Queens Historic District Postponed to July

The owner of the building on 37th Avenue near 85th Street wants to build an apartment on top.

Park Slope »

$3 Million Park Slope House May Undergo $1 Million Renovation

The owner of 41 Montgomery Place wants to add a penthouse and steel deck.

Bed-Stuy »

City to Consider Designating Bedford Historic District, Board Says

The designation from the Landmarks Preservation Commission would come within the next year.

West Village »

Health Center That Replaced St. Vincent's Gets Renamed

Lenox Hill HealthPlex is changing its name to Lenox Health Greenwich Village.

West Village »

Stonewall Inn, Up For City Landmarking, Could Also Become a National Park

A forum is being held on June 23 to discuss adding the bar to the country's national parks system.

Long Island City »

Long Island City's 'Iconic' Clock Tower Building Granted Landmark Status

Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to landmark the building on Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

Community Board Rejects Central Park West Church-to-Condo Conversion Plan

Though a sub-committee of the board had previously approved the plans, the full board rejected them.

Long Island City »

LIC Clock Tower Owner Backs Landmarking and Promises Restoration

The Landmarks Preservation Commission will vote on the designation of the building on May 12.

SoHo »

East Village Explosion Renews SoHo Residents' Fear of Fire Escape Removal

The FDNY is concerned about the potential removal of fire escapes from two Greene Street buildings.

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.