The public can weigh in on whether the former Bank of Manhattan building in Queens should be landmarked.
The proposal would build forty apartments in four stories on the roof on 37th Avenue.
Community Board 7 cleared the way for the controversial plan to go before the city.
Locals are attempting to create a dialogue with developers to call for façades that blend with the area.
Documents obtained by DNAinfo New York show plans for a highly stylized eatery from an AvroKO exec.
The LPC voted to hold a public hearing on the former Bank of Manhattan building in Queens Plaza.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the designation on Tuesday.
Tenants in two SoHo buildings say their fire escapes are a necessity and part of the block's character.
The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.
The landmarked building at 43rd Street and Fourth Avenue was recently listed for sale.
The Italian fashion brand will lease a 15,000-square-foot historic building on Mercer Street.
The landmarked Hopper-Gibbons house once hosted abolitionists John Brown and William Lloyd Garrison.
The fashion designer is being sued by a neighboring condo board after doing renovations on her home.
Frank Dragotta, 61, fell to his death inside 130 W. 70th St., which is undergoing renovations.
The house at 69 Vanderbilt Ave. was deemed unsafe by the Department of Buildings.
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