December 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST
100 East End Ave
The City of New York
Community Board 8 Manhattan
Monday, December 16, 2019 – 6:30PM
The Chapin School
100 East End Avenue, Gordon Room
**Please note the venue changed from Rockefeller University to The Chapin School**
PLEASE NOTE: When evaluating Applications for Certificates of Appropriateness, the Landmarks Committee of Community Board 8M ONLY considers the appropriateness of the proposal to the architecture of the building and, in the case of a building within an Historic District, the appropriateness of the proposal to the character of that Historic District. All testimony should be related to such appropriateness. The Committee recommends a Resolution to the full Community Board, which votes on a Resolution to be sent to the Landmarks Preservation Commission. These Resolutions are advisory; the decision of the Landmarks Preservation Commission is binding.
Applicants and members of the public who are interested in the issues addressed are invited, but not required, to attend the Full Board meeting on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, at the New York Blood Center, Auditorium (310 East 67th Street) at 6:30PM. They may testify for up to three minutes in the Public Session, which they must sign up for no later than 6:45PM. Members of the Board will discuss the items in executive session; if a member of the public wishes a comment made or a question asked at this time, he or she must ask a Board Member to do it.
- 3 East 89th Street (between FifthAvenue and Madison Avenue) - Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District-Jay Bargmann, Rafael Vinoly Architects-Neo Renaissance style residence originally designed by Ogden Codman and constructed between 1913 and 1915. Application for extensive restoration of brick and limestone facades, wood windows, ironwork, rooftop, and rear-yard additions.
- Lighthouse at Lighthouse Park (located at the Northern end of Roosevelt Island)-Thomas A. Fenniman of Thomas A. Fenniman, Architect - Rustic Gothic style lighthouse originally designed by James Renwick and constructed in 1872. Application for extensive restoration of the stone tower facade, two windows, removal and replacement of stairs, observation platform, lantern house, and non-original lighting.
- Old Business
- New Business
David Helpern and Jane Parshall, Co-Chairs