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Woodside »

Local volunteers and the Queens Historical Society plan to clean up the graveyard, established in 1733. 

Elmhurst »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

St. Benedict the Moor Church was one of the first houses of worship for black Catholics in the city.

Central Harlem »

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

Midtown South »

The city is no longer considering the Kaskel & Kaskel building as a landmark, officials said.

Carnegie Hill »

The combination of two townhouses will form single-family home on East 92nd Street, plans show.

East Village »

The LPC signed off on a plan to add a library and cafe area to the landmarked structure.

Midtown East »

The city voted Tuesday to landmark the Rose Main Reading Room and the Bill Blass Public Catalog Room.

Midtown South »

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

Lower East Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a demolition application for the site.

Lower East Side »

Rabbi Mendel Greenbaum may seek a partial or full demolition of the surviving structure.

Chelsea »

Preservationists have been battling the owner of the Hopper-Gibbons House over the addition for years.

Chelsea »

Neighbors argue the proposed extensions are "chipping away" at a shared courtyard behind their homes.

Midtown East »

After a $15 million renovation, politicians are calling the LPC to landmark two library study rooms.

Astoria »

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