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Landmarks Preservation Commission

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Central Harlem »

The church was found guilty of five landmark violations and ordered to pay $1,850.

Jackson Heights »

The committee will see plans to build a four-story addition to a one-story building on 37th Avenue.


Developers are using oddly-shaped glass pieces in the design to represent sugar.

Central Harlem »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission issued the church a notice of violation for unauthorized work.

Central Harlem »

After 36 years of neglect, the building has become too delapidated to save.

Clinton Hill »

The wooden home built before the Civil War was demolished late last year.

Clinton Hill »

The 88th Precinct stationhouse got the thumbs up for landmarking only if the NYPD finds a new home.

Clinton Hill »

The M.H. Renken Dairy Company once supplied fresh milk to the local community.