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Chelsea »

The LPC has asked the owner of the Hopper-Gibbons House to eliminate a controversial rooftop addition.

Midtown East »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to consider landmarking the interior of Ambassador Grill.

Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 committees heaped praise on the museum's expansion plan Tuesday.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Locals fear the Port Authority could raze buildings in the neighborhood to make way for a new terminal.

Chelsea »

Developer Sterling Equities sought the city's OK to expand a home in the Chelsea Historic District.

Upper West Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission will hold a hearing on whether to designate the neighborhood. 

Chelsea »

Developer Sterling Equities is seeking the city's approval to alter a townhouse at 334 W. 20th St.

East Village »

Neighborhood groups on Monday rallied in front of the five pre-war buildings slated for demolition.

Astoria »

The shop owner taking over the old Rite Aid at 36-01 Broadway says the terra-cotta exterior will remain.

Chelsea »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved an owner's plans to alter his home at 404 W. 20th St.

Chelsea »

An architect presenting plans to alter 442 W. 22nd St. didn't know anyone was living in the building.

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.

Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission recently approved plans for the expansion.