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May 2013 – Landmarks Committee
May 20, 2013 @ 6:30 pm EDT
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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David Helpern and David Liston – Co-Chairs, Landmarks Committee