Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

March 2012 – Landmarks Committee

March 19, 2012 @ 6:30 pm EDT

  1. 4 East 75th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District – Ms. Sara Lopergolo, Architect & Oliver Link, Architect – A neo-French Renaissance style townhouse designed by Trowbridge, Colt and Livingston Architects and built in 1895-96. Application is to alter the rear facade.
  2. 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.
  3. 1067-1071 Lexington Avenue aka 170 East 76th Street [Saint Jean Baptiste Church] – INDIVIUAL LANDMARK - Michael F. Doyle, FAIA – An Italian Renaissance style church, designed by Nicholas Sirracino and built in 1910. Application is to replace limestone columns at the bell tower.
  4. 968 Lexington Avenue (between 70th and 71st Streets) – Upper East Side Historic District - Pei-Yu Lin, Project Manager - An Italianate style rowhouse built in 1871-72 and altered in 1928. Application is to install a bracket sign.
  5. 31 East 63rd Street (between Madison and Park Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District - Mr. Jose Ramirez, Architect – A neo-Grec style house constructed in 1877-78 by Charles Baxter and altered in 1938 by Treanor & Fatio. Application for a rearyard addition and restorations of the front and rear façade.
  6. 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.
  7. 12 East 79th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) [School of Practical Philosophy] – Metropolitan Museum Historic District – Brian Connolly, Principal – A neo-Georgian townhouse designed by Little & Browne and built in 1901-03. Application for new signage panels.
  8. 1511 Third Avenue (1511-1515 Third Avenue aka 201-203 East 85th Street) [Yorkville Bank Building] – An Italian Renaissance Revival style structure designed by Robert Maynicke and built in 1905. A request to landmark the building, proposed by the Landmarks Preservation Committee.
  9. Old Business
  10. New Business

David Helpern and David G. Liston, Co-Chairs




March 19, 2012
6:30 pm EDT
Event Category:


The Chapin School
100 East End Ave
New York, NY 10028 United States
+ Google Map