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Upper East Side »

A State Supreme Court judge denied an owner's request to overturn landmark status on two buildings.

Williamsburg »

The city is considering whether to landmark the Ukrainian Church in Exile at 177 South 5th St.

Elmhurst »

The homes of Marie Maynard Daly and Dizzy Gillespie are among the sites on a landmarking petition.

Prospect Heights »

The Green Point Savings Bank on Washington Avenue is set to be demolished and rebuilt as condominiums.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Meatpacking District »

The clothing retailer signed a lease for the old R&L Restaurant space on Gansevoort Street.

Jackson Heights »

The semi-detached brick home shattered records for homes in the Jackson Heights historic district.

Washington Heights »

LG agreed to lower the height of the tower along the Palisades in order to preserve views.

Vinegar Hill »

69 Gold St. broke the record of highest sale price for a townhouse in Vinegar Hill, a broker said.

Union Square »

BKSK Architects proposed a 30-foot glass dome as part of an overhaul of 44 Union Square East. 

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

An installation artist needs $10,000 to begin a long-planned refurbishment of the Brooklyn fixture.

Lower East Side »

The $325,000 exhibit and visitors center will showcase the Lower East Side synagogue's history.

Upper East Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission denied a request to raze two landmarked buildings in the E. 60s.

Upper East Side »

The new district covers a 12-block stretch from East 79th to East 91st streets. 

Prospect Heights »

The owner said she plans to take a break and wants to take a road trip with her dog.