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Landmark Preservation Commission

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Harlem »

Five stories of office space will be added to the two-story nub at Park Avenue and 125th Street.

Harlem »

CB10 wants to give Rucker Park, home to NBA and street ball legends alike, historic designation.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Advocates urged the Landmarks Preservation Commission to give the former Barbizon Hotel for Women landmark status at a public hearing Tuesday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The MTA's revised designs for a ventilation building in the Village's landmarked area were rejected.

Manhattan »

The pillared building now serves as a recreation center.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission is considering a large swath of the East Village for landmark status.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The landlord of 429 East 64th and 430 East 65th streets wants to demolish the buildings over tenant concerns.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Washington Heights residents believe a planned 8-foot safety fence on the High Bridge will be unnecessarily high.

Midtown & Theater District »

The Renaissance Revival building at 32 W. 40th St. was built as the home of the country's first engineering club.

Harlem »

Community Board 9 said the building shouldn't be landmarked because they want to attract more tenants and jobs.

Manhattan »

The plan calls for a new elevator, escalators, entrances and the demolition of the building's famous vault.