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Landmark Preservation Commission

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Morningside Heights »

The Cathedral of St. John The Divine joins more than 100 buildings in the newly designated district.

Bushwick »

Both North Brooklyn buildings were designated by the city's Landmark Preservation Commission Tuesday. 

Central Harlem »

The city prioritized three Harlem buildings for landmark status Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

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

Central Harlem »

The city will issue a second round of violations with increased fines if they're ignored.

Union Square »

Union Square first went before the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1970.

St. George »

The city plans to tear down the historic wall during renovation of Curtis High School.

Sunset Park »

A step-by-step guide to advocating for an historic district in your neighborhood.

St. George »

The long-closed Pavilion on the Terrace gets go-ahead to reopen as a catering hall.

Upper East Side »

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

Concourse »

The Landmark Preservation Commission recommended the city give former P.S. 31 building a second chance. 

Gowanus »

Locals fear they'll soon lose another beloved piece of the Brooklyn skyline.

Prince's Bay »

The city said a Staten Island homeowner failed to make repairs, then blamed Sandy for damage.

Lower East Side »

The Art Deco Bialystoker home on East Broadway is up for landmark status after closing in 2011.

New York City »

Critics have slammed Councilman Leroy Comrie's proposed bills as an attack on landmarking rules.