April 2012 – Landmarks Committee

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April 2012 – Landmarks Committee

April 16, 2012 @ 6:30 pm EDT
Marymount Manhattan College      Regina Peruggi Room

221 E 71st St

New York,

NY

10021

United States

Event Detail

  1. 28 East 70th Street, 15th Floor (at Madison Avenue) – Upper East Side Historic District – Mr. Angelo Costa, Architect – A neo Gothic-style apartment hotel built in 1926-27 and designed by Emory Roth. Application is to enlarge a window opening. (Laid over from the March 19th meeting)
  2. 149 E. 73rd Street aka 1019-1029 Lexington Avenue aka 145-151 East 73rd Street – Upper East Side Historic District Extension - Panorama Windows, Ltd. – A Renaissance Revival style apartment building designed by J.E.R. Carpenter and built in 1924. Application to replace windows. (Laid over from the March 19th meeting)
  3. 1511 Third Avenue (1511-1515 Third Avenue aka 201-203 East 85th Street) [Yorkville Bank Building] – An Italian Renaissance Revival style structure built in 1905 by Robert Maynicke and altered in 1923-24. A request to landmark the building. (Laid over from the March 19th meeting)
  4. 121 East 64th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) - Upper East Side Historic District – Higgins Quasebarth & Partners, LLC - A residence originally designed by John McCool and built in 1876-77, altered by James E. Casale with a neo- Tudor style façade in 1919-22. Application is to restore the facade and replace ironwork.
  5. 122 East 95th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) - Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District – Michael Zenreich Architects, PC – A Queen Anne style rowhouse designed by C. Abbott French & Co. and built in 1887-1888. Application is to replace windows and doors.
  6. 170 East 75th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District Extension - Thomas M. Fenton, Architect – An Arts & Crafts style rowhouse built in 1880-81 by B. Muldron and altered in 1902 by Hill & Stout. Application for a rooftop addition.
  7. 63 East 92nd Street (between Madison and Park Avenues) – Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District - Brendan Coburn, Architect – A Neo-Colonial style rowhouse built in 1886 by John Brandt and altered in 1928 by Edward Webber. Application to alter the façade and enlarge the penthouse.
  8. 126 East 62nd Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District - Samuel Phillips, Architect – An Italianate style brownstone built in 1871 by John Sexton. Application to replace windows and enlarge the rear yard.
  9. 21 East 69th Street (between Madison and Park Avenue) - Upper East Side Historic District – William Leeds, Architect – A Neo-Georgian style 5-story residence with ground floor storefront originally erected in 1885-86 by Charles Buek & Co. and altered in 1926-27 by Sloan and Robertson. Application is for an enlargement of an existing building.
  10. Old Business
  11. New Business

David Helpern and David G. Liston, Co-Chairs

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