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Long Island City »

The DOB issued a violation to the owners for doing work without a permit, a spokesman said.

Crown Heights »

"The beauty and magnificence of this building speaks for itself," the LPC said.

Long Island City »

Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

East New York »

The Empire State Dairy complex was calendared for consideration by the LPC on Tuesday.

West Village »

Community Board 2 member Anita Brandt took a job restoring the restaurant One If By Land, Two If By Sea.

Long Island City »

A partial demolition permit was filed for the site at 21-42 44th Dr. in December.  

Union Square »

Preservationists say the carriage house on East 17th Street is an historic part of the neighborhood.

Upper West Side »

The developer withdrew plans to convert a historic church into condos, according to sources.

Grant City »

Buildings include the George W. Curtis House, the Lakeman House and Broughman Cottage.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez said designating one location and not others is a "disservice" to the community. 

Yorkville »

The house was built in the mid-1800s and is one of six wooden frame houses in the neighborhood.

Bushwick »

The city will fast track the landmark process for 3 historic structures in Bushwick and Williamsburg.

Midtown »

All the theaters were removed from a backlog of properties being weighed by the city.

Midtown »

The building housing Bergdorf Goodman is historically and architecturally significant, LPC ruled.

Upper West Side »

The church was saved from the Landmark Preservation Commission's chopping block Tuesday.