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Yorkville »

The house at 412 E. 85th St. had been before the Landmarks Preservation Commission since 1966.

Midtown »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to designate the tower complex a landmark.

Jackson Heights »

The architects required approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to move forward. 

Morningside Heights »

The city is considering landmarking Morningside Heights and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Morningside Heights »

The proposed district would include parts of the neighborhood between West 108th and 119th streets.

East Village »

The plan will create more apartments inside the building at 4 St. Marks Place.

West Village »

The designation is part of negotiations for a massive development on the west side.

Midtown »

The Yale Club, The Pershing Square Building and Beverley Hotel were among those to be landmarked.

Midtown »

The Waldorf Astoria is converting hundreds of hotel rooms into apartments, according to new plans.

East Village »

264 E. 7th Street is vulnerable to demolition without landmarks status.

Midtown East »

The Landmarks Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to consider designating the hotel's interior.

Meatpacking District »

The Madewell store architects should have gone through a more rigorous review, the LPC said in a letter.

Flatiron »

The new owner of 34 W. 21st Street is moving forward with plans for a single-family home.

Hudson Square »

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has been pushing for the landmark designation.

Meatpacking District »

The group Save Gansevoort filed a lawsuit seeking to reverse the commission's approval of the project.