- 110 East 70th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues) - Upper East Side Historic District - Steven Harris Architects LLP - A residence originally built in 1869 and altered by Robertson & Potter in 1905 in the simplified Beaux-Arts style. Application under Section 74-711 of the Zoning Resolution seeking a modification of the bulk regulations applicable to a single-family home in order to legalize the residential use of a portion of an existing rear yard extension.
- 11-15 East 70th Street, Apt. #11 (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District - Andre Tchelistcheff Architects – A neo-French Classic style residence, designed by John Duncan, and built in 1909-1910; and a Beaux-Arts style residence, designed by Charles I. Berg, and built in 1909-1910. Application is to increase the height of a balcony railing.
- 14 East 60th Street, aka 10-14 East 60th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) -Upper East Side Historic District – Richard Lewis Architect - A Beaux-Arts style hotel building designed by R.C. Gildersleeve and built in 1902. Application is to replace a window, install signage, and alter steps at the ground story.
- 48 East 73rd Street (between Madison and Park Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District – Ronnette Riley Architect – A brick building designed, with a neo-Grec style, by Richard W. Buckley in 1885-86 and altered by S. Edson Gage, with a neo-Federal style, in 1916. Application is to restore the street façade and reconstruct the rear façade, roof, andinteriors.
- 10 East 70th Street (between Fifth and Madison Avenues) – Upper East Side Historic District – Lawless & Mangione Architects & Engineers, LLP – An apartment building designed by Richard Roth of Emery Roth & Sons and built in 1960. Application is for a rooftop water tank bulkhead repair and restoration.
- 955-967 Madison Avenue aka 27-37 East 75th Street – Upper East Side Historic District - 212box Architecture PC – An apartment building designed by Paul Resnick and built in 1958. Application is to alter the existing storefront.
- 1290 Madison Avenue (between 91st and 92nd Streets) – Expanded Carnegie Hill Historic District [The Wellington] – Page Ayers Cowley Architects, LLC – A Renaissance Revival style building designed by A.B. Ogden & Co. and built in 1898. Application is to restore the façade, reinstate cornice, replace ground floor storefronts, replace existing penthouse addition with new one story rooftop addition, and add new residential entrance on 92nd Street.
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