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July 2016 – Landmarks Committee
July 18, 2016 @ 6:30 pm EDT
- 29 East 73rd Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Dejan Lu, architect-Italianate/Neo-Grec style residence designed by J. W. Marshall and constructed in 1871. Application to legalize signage.
- 19 East 72nd Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Judy Gallent, Bryan Cave- Modern/Neo Classical style apartment building designed by Rosano Candela and constructed in 1936-37. Application for 74-711 special permit for retail use on the ground floor.
- 133 East 65th Street-(between Park and Lexington Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Clara Ha, architect-Italianate style residence designed by F. S. Barus and constructed in 1871-72. Application to install retractable awning and signage.
- 813 Madison Avenue-(between 68th and 69th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Joseph S. Tarella, architect-Neo-Grec style residence designed by Charles Buek & Co. and constructed in 1881-82. Application for air conditioner on the roof.
- 860 Madison Avenue-(between 70th and 71st Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District-Joseph Tarella, architect-No style commercial building designed by Francis Y. Joannes and constructed in 1924. Application for new windows and signage.
- 20 East 64th Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-David H. Abelow, architect-Neo-French Renaissance residence designed by D & J Jardine and constructed in 1878-79. Application to replace two windows.
- 156 East 89th Street-(between Lexington and Third Avenues)-Individual Landmark-Guillermo M. Gomez, architect-Queen Anne style residence designed by Hubert, Pirsson & Co. and constructed in 1886-87. Application to add a bulkhead to the roof and alter the rear façade.
- 32 East 68th Street-(between Madison and Park Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Benjamin Aryen, architect-Neo-Grec style residence designed by R.W. Buckley and constructed in 1897. Application to legalize an awning.
- 117 East 64th Street-(between Park and Lexington Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Rick Azar, architect-Neo-Grec residence designed by John McCool and constructed in 1876-77. Application for rooftop bulkhead.
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David Helpern and Jane Parshall – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee