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Woodside »

The terra cotta-covered facade in Woodside is the latest site that preservationists want to save.

Astoria »

The owner of the property is doing renovations at the site to combine it with a building next door.

Midtown East »

The list is intended to safeguard historic buildings as officials look at how to redevelop Midtown East.

Upper West Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission designated St. Michael's Episcopal Church a landmark Tuesday.

Long Island City »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to designate the sign Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission's packed calendar renders CB7's vote irrelevant, the board said.

Gowanus »

The Coignet Building on Third Avenue and Third Street is on the market for $5 million.

West Village »

Preservationists have been asking the city to landmark the gay bar, but the state beat them to it.

Long Island City »

The DOB issued a violation to the owners for doing work without a permit, a spokesman said.

Long Island City »

Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

Upper West Side »

The developer withdrew plans to convert a historic church into condos, according to sources.

Melrose »

The Immaculate Conception Church in Melrose has moved one step closer to becoming a landmark.

Upper West Side »

The church was saved from the Landmark Preservation Commission's chopping block Tuesday. 

Long Island City »

The sign is one of just three sites in Queens that were prioritized for designation on Tuesday.

Midtown »

The LPC will vote on seven 42nd Street theaters and the Bergdorf Goodman building.