Landmarks Committee

Meeting Date: 
Monday, April 15, 2013 - 6:30pm
Meeting Location: 
Marymount Manhattan College
221 East 71st Street (Second-Third) Regina Peruggi Room
New York, NY

 

  1. 11-15 East 70th Street, Apt. #11 (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District - Andre Tchelistcheff Architects A neo-French Classic style residence, designed by John Duncan, and built in 1909-1910; and a Beaux-Arts style residence, designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-1910. Application is to amend Certificate of Appropriateness for a Master Plan for the installation of new window openings.

 

  1. 827 Madison Avenue aka 22 East 69th Street [Dolce & Gabbana] – Upper East Side Historic District - Alessandro Mascia and Jenny Gania of Space 4 Architecture A Queen Anne style building designed by Lamb & Wheeler in 1880-81 and altered by James Casale in 1923.  Application is to alter the exterior fa├žade with the installation of stone panels, black glass frame, and small logos.

 

  1. 1127 Third Avenue (between 65th and 66th  Streets) [Manhattan House] – Individual Landmark - Burnham New York, Inc.  - A modern style mixed-use complex, consisting of a 21-story apartment house, and underground garage, and two groups of stores, designed by Mayer & Whittlesey and Skidmore, Ownings, and Merrill, and built between 1947 and1951. Application is to install through-the-wall HVAC louvers.

 

  1. 28-30 East 92nd Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) - Carnegie Hill Historic District - Higgins Quasebarth & Partners, LLC and Butler Rogers Baskett Architects - Two Renaissance Revival style rowhouses designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and built in 1892-95. Application is to combine the buildings, alter the areaways, and construct rooftop and rear yard additions.

 

  1. 737 Park Avenue (between 71st and 72nd Streets) - Upper East Side Historic District - Malay Shah, Architect and Michael F. Doyle, Architect - A Classicizing Art-Deco style apartment building built in 1940 and designed by Sylvan Bien. Application is to install mechanical equipment at the roof.

 

  1. 2 East 61st Street, Apt. #2001 (between 60th and 61st Streets) [The Pierre Hotel] - Upper East Side Historic District - Thomas McMahon of Shelton, Mindel & Associates - A Beaux-Arts Style Hotel designed by Schultze and Weaver, completed in 1930. Application is to replace a solarium added to the 21st floor terrace on western facade, installed circa 1977-78.

 

  1. New Business

 

  1. Old Business

 

 

 

David Helpern and David Liston – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee

 

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