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Landmarks Committee

April 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Landmarks Committee
Monday, April 15, 2024 - 6:30 PM
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  1. 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.
    1. 61 East 77th Street Presubmission Materials
    2. 61 East 77th Street Presentation
  2. 817 Fifth Avenue (Upper East Side Historic District) Presentation Prepared by Christina Redmond, R.A. of Midtown Preservation Architecture & Engineering, P.C. – A Neo-Renaissance style building designed by George B. Post & Sons and constructed in 1924. Application is for a Window Master Plan.
    1. 817 Fifth Avenue Presubmission Materials
    2. 817 Fifth Avenue Presentation
  3. 41 East 74th Street (Upper East Side Historic District) Sherida E. Paulsen, FAIA – A Queen Anne style building designed by James E. Ware and constructed in 1879, with a façade alteration by Gurdon S. Parker in 1941. Application is for an alteration of the street façade, including realigning the lowest two stories, a new face brick and stone base, new stone cornice, window replacements, and a new stoop, as well as for a full height extension, a two-story addition, and an adjusted grade in the rear yard.
    1. 41 East 74th Street Presentation
  4. 650 Park Avenue (Upper East Side Historic District)CTA Architects – A no style building designed by John M. Kokkins and constructed in 1962-1963. Application is a proposal to redesign the bottom two floors of street facades.
    1. 650 Park Avenue Presentation
  5. 1115 Fifth Avenue (Carnegie Hill Historic District Expanded)Henry S. Jessup – A Neo-Renaissance style building designed by J.E.R. Carpenter and constructed in 1925-26. Application is for the reconstruction of the ca. 1929 glass penthouse enclosure as well as alterations to the south and east penthouse elevations.
    1. 1115 Fifth Avenue Presentation
  6. Old Business
  7. New Business

Anthony Cohn and David Helpern, Co-Chairs


April 15
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
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