- 923 Fifth Avenue-(between 73rd and 74th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Steven Harris, architect-No style apartment building designed by Sylvan Bien and constructed in 1951. Application to install new windows and make changes to existing windows.
- 1009 Fifth Avenue-(between 81st and 82nd Streets)-Metropolitan Museum Historic District-Individual Landmark-Tiffani Simple, architect-French Beaux-Arts house designed by Welch, Smith & Provot and constructed n 1899-1901. Application for the repair and upgrade to existing guardrail.
- 744 Madison Avenue-(between 64th and 65th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Michael Chirigos, architect- A two-story commercial building designed by Rouse & Goldstone and constructed in 1917. Application for signage.
- 212 East 62nd Street-(between Second and Third Avenues)-Treadwell Farms Historic District-David C. Acheson, architect-French Second Empire style brownstone designed by F.S. Barns and constructed in 1870. Application for exterior renovation and rear yard extension.
- 25 East 64th Street aka 740 Madison Avenue-(between 64th and 65th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Maori Hughes, architect-Neo-Grec style residence designed by John G. Prague and constructed in 1879. Application for rooftop elevator bulkhead.
- 716 Madison Avenue-(between 63rd and 64th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Joseph Tarella, architect-Italianate/Neo-Grec style residence designed by Gage Inslee and constructed in 1871. Application for storefront renovation.
- 16 East 94th Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District-Alan Berman, architect-Neo-Federal style townhouse designed by unknown and constructed in 1924-27. Application for changes to front and rear façade.
- 401-409 East 64th Street/402-408 East 65th Street/1194-1192 First Avenue- (between First and York Avenues) - City and Suburban Homes Company, First Avenue Estate, Lot 1- Individual Landmark-George Boyle, architect- Four 6-story apartment buildings designed by Philip H. Ohm, built as part of the model tenement complex City and Suburban Homes First Avenue Estates in 1914-15. Application for Window Master Plan.
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David Helpern and Jane Parshall – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee