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Landmarks Committee

October 19 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDT

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Landmarks Committee
Monday, October 19, 2020 - 6:30 PM
This meeting will be conducted via Zoom

MINUTES: October Landmarks Committee Minutes

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AGENDA:

  1. 135 East 71st Street – Upper East Side Historic District – Cowley Engineering, P.C. A multi-family building originally designed by Hyman Isaac Feldman and constructed in 1959. Application is to re-clad the first floor exterior and replace storefronts, amend the window master plan and propose a signage master plan.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 135 East 71st Street Resolution
  2. 969 Park Avenue – Park Avenue Historic District – A Renaissance Revival apartment building designed by Pickering & Walker in 1911-12. Application is to establish a master plan for 6/1 aluminum clad double hung windows in the primary facades of the building.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 969 Park Avenue Resolution
  3. 163 East 67th Street (Park East Synagogue) Individual Landmark – A Moorish style building originally designed by Schneider and Herter and constructed between 1889-1890. Application is to replace two existing sign boards with LED sign boards.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 163 East 67th Street Resolution
  4. 61 East 77th StreetUpper East Side Historic DistrictAIA Architect A Neo-Federal style building, with Beaux-Arts features, designed by Harde and Hasselman, and built in 1916. Application is for the addition of an access ramp, and the reconstruction and alteration of the existing stoop.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 61 East 77th Street Resolution
  5. 5 East 62nd Street Upper East Side Historic District – Arthur Chabon ArchitectsA Modern style synagogue building designed by Percival Goodman and built in 1956. Application is to alter the façade, replace entry infill, and install an illuminated canopy.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 5 East 62nd Street Resolution
  6. 1022 Lexington Avenue Upper East Side Extension Historic District – Theodore Bodnar, Architect – A neo-Grec brownstone rowhouse constructed by Thom & Wilson between 1880-1881. Application is for the enlargement of the first and second floor window bays, structural work, and the relocation of the residential building entry from Lexington Avenue to East 73rd Street.
    1. Pre-Submission Materials
    2. 1022 Lexington Avenue Resolution
  7. Old Business
  8. New Business

David Helpern and Jane Parshall, Co-Chairs