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Park Slope »

Architects set back the top floor by six feet and made the ground-floor retail space less prominent.

East Village »

The buildings are two of 95 buildings that were removed for landmark status after a backlog last year.

Meatpacking District »

The team developing Gansevoort Street will present plan to Community Board 2 on Oct. 15.

Long Island City »

A hearing Thursday will collect public input on whether the  Pepsi Cola sign  should be a landmark.

Jackson Heights »

The Spanish Towers and the Fairway Apartments were on a list of locations delayed by a long backlog. 

West Village »

The City Council approved the Landmarks Preservation Commission's vote to protect Stonewall Inn.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Greenwich Village »

CB 2's landmarks committee said the design for the Cornelia Street façade needs to be more "friendly."

Bed-Stuy »

Is Do or Dine officially dead?; Board game geek out; Show off your emoji skills

Civic Center »

The process to landmark historic places not only shuns the outer boroughs, but takes too long, they say.

Civic Center »

A public hearing on a controversial City Council bill is set for Sept. 9.

Central Harlem »

The Landmark Preservation Commission will hold public hearings regarding these properties in the fall.

Clinton Hill »

The former Lutheran Church is converting to condo-ism.

Park Slope »

The LPC asked Hidrock Realty to modify its condo development to blend in better with its surroundings.

West Village »

One If By Land, Two If By Sea's owners took the restaurant's archway down without the city's permission.