May 2013 – Landmarks Committee

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May 2013 – Landmarks Committee

May 20, 2013 @ 6:30 pm EDT
Marymount Manhattan College      Regina Peruggi Room

221 E 71st St

New York,

NY

10021

United States

Event Detail

  1. 173 East 75th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues) - Upper East Side Historic District Extension – Len Weisenthal, Architect - A Renaissance Revival style school building designed by Robert J. Reiley and built in 1925-26. Application is install an awning.
  2. 711 Madison Avenue (and 63rd Street) – Upper East Side Historic District - Jacobson Shinoda Architects, PC – A neo-Grec style residence designed by Charles Baxter and built in 1877. Application is to replace windows.
  3. 702-08 Madison Avenue (between 62nd and 63rd Streets) - Upper East Side Historic District – Page Ayres Cowley Architects, LLC – A neo-Federal style building designed by Frank Easton Newman and built in 1921. Application is to restore the bank building, alter the existing façade, and build a new contextual infill building at 22 East 63rd Street, with frontage on 63rd Street.
  4. 823-25 Madison Avenue (between 68th and 69th Streets) – Upper East Side Historic District – Page Ayres Cowley Architects, LLC – A residence designed by Lamb & Wheeler in 1880 and altered, with a neo-Federal style, in 1926 by S. Edson Gage. Application is to alter the storefront to accommodate two separate retail units.
  5. 737 Park Avenue (between 71st and 72nd Streets) - Upper East Side Historic District – Dan Shannon, Architect and Michael F. Doyle, Architect - A Classicizing Art-Deco style apartment building built in 1940 and designed by Sylvan Bien. Application is to install new doors, lamps and decorative window guards at ground floor.
  6. 815 Park Avenue (between 74th and 75th Streets) – Upper East Side Historic District - Panorama Windows, Ltd. – A neo-Georgian style apartment building designed by W.L. Rouse and L.A. Goldstone and built in 1917. Application is to replace windows with a bronze color.
  7. 1236 Madison Avenue aka 12-22 East 89th Street [Saint David’s School] – Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District – Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, LLP – 12-16 East 89th Street are Neo-Federal style townhouses designed by Delano & Aldrich and built in 1920-22. 18-22 East 89th Street aka 1239 Madison Avenue (Graham House) is a Romanesque Revival style apartment hotel building designed by Thomas Graham and built in 1891-93. Application of Saint David’s School to restore and adaptively re-use Graham House by adding one floor along E. 89th Street, infilling an interior court and replacing the current rear portion of the building with a new rear portion that will increase its height and footprint.
  8. New Business
  9. Old Business

David Helpern and David Liston – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee

Minutes:

Resolution: