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Chelsea »

A plan for a so-called "megamansion" on W. 20th Street is not the first alteration to upset activists.

Gramercy »

A preservationist group wants the mayor to deter people from making false testimony to city agencies.

Chelsea »

The new owner of 404 W. 20th St. has filed an application with the LPC to alter the building.

Long Island City »

The city says the site at 21-42 44th Dr. is not as architecturally or historically important as others.

Todt Hill »

The private mausoleum, built in 1886, was one of eight backlogged properties designated a landmark.

Park Slope »

Nearly 300 buildings, including 'the Notre Dame of Park Slope' are now landmarked.

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.

Park Slope »

Historic districts protect treasures such as the Pavilion Theater from demolition, preservationists say.

Gramercy »

Friends School is under investigation over allegedly fraudulent emails sent to the city.

Gramercy »

Friends Seminary is accused of sending the city false testimony in support of renovations.

West Village »

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

Upper West Side »

The stops are at W. 100th, 103rd, 104th, 106th, 112th, 113th, 114th, 116th, 119th and 122nd streets. 

Midtown »

Users can learn more about the city's 33,000-plus landmarks in one spot.