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West Village »

The designation is part of negotiations for a massive development on the west side.

East Village »

264 E. 7th Street is vulnerable to demolition without landmarks status.

Hudson Square »

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has been pushing for the landmark designation.

East Village »

Community members are trying to block the demolition of a row of pre-war buildings on East 11th Street.

East Village »

Neighborhood groups on Monday rallied in front of the five pre-war buildings slated for demolition.

East Village »

The Lightstone Group has filed plans to demolish 112-120 E. 11th Street.

Chelsea »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved an owner's plans to alter his home at 404 W. 20th St.

NoHo »

A plaque will be mounted outside the artist's former home and studio at 57 Great Jones St.

Meatpacking District »

After fixing their 'fussy' design, developers can now reconstruct the block for 'world class tenants.'

West Village »

The Council proposed changes to the mayor's plan to increase building heights for affordable housing.

Civic Center »

The Council questioned the administration on specific issues with the controversial citywide proposal.

Meatpacking District »

A public hearing on Tuesday afternoon is expected to draw crowds of opponents to the development plan.

SoHo »

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

East Village »

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

Meatpacking District »

The team developing Gansevoort Street will present plan to Community Board 2 on Oct. 15.