- 126 East 73rd Street-(between Lexington and Park Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Nasir J. Khanzada, architect-Italiante style building designed by Benjamin Wise and constructed in 1872. Application to legalize the installation of an areaway gate, fence and window planter boxes.
- 127 East 92nd Street-(between Park and Lexington Avenues)-Carnegie Hill Historic District- Walter Radtke, architect-Neo-Grec style rowhouse designed by C. Abbott French & Co. and constructed in 1886-87. Application for a rowhouse renovation.
- 755 Madison Avenue-(between 65th and 66th Streets)-Upper East Side Historic District- Frank Loffredo, architect-No style apartment building designed by Anthony M. Pavia and constructed in 1959. Application for a storefront modification.
- 15 East 75th Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Steven Wang, Architect, Queen Anne style residence designed by William E. Monbray and constructed in 1887-89. Application to combine three buildings into one single family residence.
- 169 East 71st Street-(between Lexington and Third Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District- Walter Radtke, architect -Italiante style designed by John Sexton and constructed in 1866. Application to enlarge the existing building and add a one story addition.
- 1511 Third Avenue-(between 85th and 86th Streets)-Yorkville Bank Building, Individual Landmark-Joseph Levine, architect-An Italian Renaissance Revival style bank building designed by Robert Maynicke and constructed in 1905. Application is to install a barrier-free access ramp.
- 27 East 92nd Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Carnegie Hill Historic District-Ron Kopels, architect-Romanesque Revival/Queen Anne style designed by A.B. Ogden & Son and constructed in 1889. Application for work at the front elevation at the ground level.
- 210 East 62nd Street-(between Second and Third Avenues)-Treadwell Farms Historic District-Keitao Nei, architect-French Second Empire style brownstone designed by F.S. Barns and constructed in 1870. Application for a one story addition.
- 14 East 60th Street-(between Fifth and Madison Avenues)-Upper East Side Historic District-Ricardo Zurita, architect-Beaux-Arts style hotel designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and constructed in 1902. Application for storefront renovation.
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David Helpern and Jane Parshall – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee