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Greenwood Heights »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission reviewed 95 historic sites citywide Tuesday.

Long Island City »

The sign is one of just three sites in Queens that were prioritized for designation on Tuesday.

Jackson Heights »

The Fairway Apartments and the Spanish Towers have been awaiting Landmarks consideration since 1990.

Midtown »

The LPC will vote on seven 42nd Street theaters and the Bergdorf Goodman building.

Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission is considering the fate of 95 sites across the city.

Brooklyn Heights »

A landmarked Brooklyn Heights building at 100 Clinton St. will be renovated and turned into a school.

Meatpacking District »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission rejected a design for a controversial Meatpacking project.

Meatpacking District »

The developers of a controversial Gansevoort Street project will take questions from the LPC on Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

The West 86th Street Shops building could get converted to a stable for 75 horses under a new plan.

Upper East Side »

The building was constructed in 1906 and is on the market for $42.5 million.

Midtown East »

Preservationists want to get an emergency hearing to designate the Ambassador Grill as a landmark.

Crown Heights »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the 22,000-square-foot building this week.

Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved the reading garden plans.

Corona »

The Dorie Miller co-ops merit a landmark, the Corona-East Elmhurst Historical Preservation Society says.

West Village »

The project still needs the approval of the city's Board of Standards and Appeals.