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West Village »

The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.

Sunset Park »

The landmarked building at 43rd Street and Fourth Avenue was recently listed for sale.

SoHo »

The Italian fashion brand will lease a 15,000-square-foot historic building on Mercer Street.

Chelsea »

The landmarked Hopper-Gibbons house once hosted abolitionists John Brown and William Lloyd Garrison.

West Village »

The fashion designer is being sued by a neighboring condo board after doing renovations on her home.

Upper West Side »

Frank Dragotta, 61, fell to his death inside 130 W. 70th St., which is undergoing renovations.

Clinton Hill »

The house at 69 Vanderbilt Ave. was deemed unsafe by the Department of Buildings.

Ridgewood »

The newly designated district consists mostly of brick row houses built before World War I.

Upper West Side »

The commission rejected plans to modify to the front of the church and remove stained-glass windows.

Midtown »

From the Eric Garner grand jury decision to steampunk-themed luxury, a lot happened this week.  

Upper West Side »

The new design has three long glass windows instead of dozens of little windows on the north facade. 

Long Island City »

The sale comes as residents are looking to landmark the iconic building, located in Queens Plaza.

Civic Center »

Critics say that the move leaves the sites and the districts vulnerable.

Upper West Side »

The new owners of a landmarked Central Park West church want to add 70 windows to convert it to condos.

Cobble Hill »

Developers are planning to construct a "modern yet contextual" building in the historic district.