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February 2015 – Landmarks Committee
February 9, 2015 @ 6:30 pm EST
- 5 East 88th Street (Fifth and Madison)-Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District-Abir Ahmad, Architect- Beaux-Arts style townhouse designed by Turner and Kilian and completed in 1902-03. Application is to repair and replace three exterior windows as well as an exterior railing on a third floor unit.
- 151 East 71st Street (Lexington and Third)-Upper East Side Historic District-Manuel Castedeo, Architect-Italianate style residence designed by unknown and completed in 1870. Application to legalize second floor window (front façade) and retail store awning.
- New Business- St. Thomas More Church Complex, 65 East 89th Street (Carnegie Hill Neighbors/Mary Dierickx): Applicant is seeking designation for the church complex as an individual landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The church was designed in the Gothic Revival style by the highly-regarded architectural firm Hubert & Pirsson. The four-building complex was built in stages between 1870 and 1892. The church, including its prominent signature bell tower, is an outstanding example of Gothic Revival ecclesiastical architecture and the whole group is largely intact as originally built. It is the second oldest surviving church in the Upper East Side and the oldest building in the Carnegie Hill community west of Park Avenue.
- Old Business
David Helpern and Jane Parshall, Co-Chairs