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Elmhurst »

The church was built in the 1700s and was spared by British soldiers during the Revolutionary War.

Central Harlem »

Atlah Worldwide Ministries, known for their homophobic views, installed an outdoor TV on Lenox Avenue.

Midtown South »

The developer of a new condo tower applied for a permit to demolish the building on July 12.

Astoria »

The house on 31st Avenue is slated to become a 6-story apartment building and eatery.

Long Island City »

The property at 21-42 44th Dr. has been halfway dismantled by construction crews.

West Village »

Preservationists criticized the design as resembling "a chain motel."

Meatpacking District »

A judge is hearing arguments in a suit brought against the project that foes say was wrongly approved.

Meatpacking District »

A group of locals took their fight against the redevelopment of Gansevoort Street to court.

Washington Heights »

The United Palace was approved as a candidate for landmark designation over concerns from the church.

West Village »

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

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.

Upper West Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission gave its approval to the museum to create a new science center.

Chelsea »

Developer Sterling Equities sought the city's OK to expand a home in the Chelsea Historic District.

Astoria »

The owner of the property is doing renovations at the site to combine it with a building next door.