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Landmarks Committee

March 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Landmarks Committee
Monday, March 18, 2024 - 6:30 PM
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  1. 1000 Fifth Avenue: Metropolitan Museum of Art (Individual Landmark) Nader Tehrani – A Beaux-Arts style building designed by numerous architects, chiefly, Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould, who designed the initial Ruskinian Gothic structure of the MET and constructed in the 1880s. Application is for a Wing J Roof replacement in the Ancient Near East Gallery.
  2. 18 East 74th Street (Upper East Side Historic District)Patino Architecture, PLLC – A Neo-Italian Renaissance building constructed 1871, with a new façade designed by A. Wallace McCrea and constructed in 1921. Application is to change the façade finish to cast stone from existing exterior insulation finishing systems.
  3. 1 East 70th Street: The Frick Collection (Individual Landmark)Beyer Blinder Belle – A French Louis XVI architecture style building designed by Carrere & Hastings and constructed in 1913, the museum galleries designed by John Russell Pope and constructed in 1935, and the reception hall, garden, and surrounding walls designed by Bayley, Van Dyke, and Poehler in 1975. Application is for the installation of exterior informational and identification signage.
  4. 15-17 East 77th Street (Upper East Side Historic District)Steven Harris Architects – A Neo-Grec style building designed by John G. Prague and constructed in 1878. Application is for modifications to the front areaways, re-cladding the front facades in new sandstone, excavation at cellar and rear yard, a new rooftop addition, and modifications and addition to the rear facades.
  5. 944 Park Avenue (Park Avenue Historic District) Bryan Brown Architects – An Art Deco style building designed by George F. Pelham and constructed in 1929-30. Application is for a sidewalk canopy replacement.
  6. 61 East 77th Street (Upper East Side Historic District) Christopher J. Stone – A Neo-Federal style building with Beaux-Arts style features designed by Harde and Hasselman and constructed in 1916. Application is to replace the existing front stoop to remove a step at the entry door and add a step to the outer steps to the sidewalk, replace the existing entry doors with touch pad-activated doors complying with ADA requirements, provide a walkway over a former window areaway behind an existing fence, and provide an ADA handicap lift at the east end of this areaway.
  7. Old Business
  8. New Business

David Helpern and Jane Parshall, Co-Chairs


March 18
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
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