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Elmhurst »

The cause of fire at the Elmhurst home is still under investigation.

Bed-Stuy »

LPC will vote on the designation on Dec. 8, according to agency representatives and Bed-Stuy residents.

Kips Bay »

The home of our 21st president should be a city landmark, preservationists said at a hearing.

West Harlem »

The complex is one of four in Harlem that may be landmarked.

Upper West Side »

LANDMARK WEST! sees itself as a kind of guardian of the neighborhood's history and its future. 

Greenwich Village »

The coffins date back to the 19th-century, city officials said.

Upper West Side »

The church is building a new market-rate residential building to help fund its maintenance costs.

SoHo »

801 Broadway and 57 Sullivan St. have been waiting for consideration for decades.

Greenwich Village »

The water main project has been halted while archaeologists investigate.

Lower East Side »

An effort is underway to landmark the Provident Loan Society building at 223-225 East Houston St.

Elmhurst »

The group hopes the Landmarks Preservation Commission can save an Elmhurst home.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The powerhouse and 20 other buildings will be considered by the Landmarks Commission on Nov. 5.

Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved the plan this week. 

Park Slope »

Architects set back the top floor by six feet and made the ground-floor retail space less prominent.

East Village »

The buildings are two of 95 buildings that were removed for landmark status after a backlog last year.