The COMMission

12 Commissioners decide the fate of what gets landmarked and preserved for the future and what changes are allowed – yet all but one are serving on expired terms.  The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission is the smallest of the City’s Agencies,...

CENTRAL dARK Tower

Private Terrace for Future Residents of 50 West 66th Street is more than 150 Feet Above Street-level  View Architect’s Renderings of the proposed SKYLINE, the 65th Street Synagogue Entrance, and the 66th Street Residential Entrance. Design firm Snohetta has...

200 Amsterdam Ave.

Gerrymandered Lot Leads to Tallest Building North of 59th Street in All of Manhattan 200 Amsterdam Avenue is a unique development scenario. Developers SJP Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America are proposing a 52-story residential development of 668 feet–the...

ABC Watch

American Broadcasting Company Selling UWS Campus to Developer Silverstein Properties On April 6th, 2018, after 70 years in television, and nearly 40 headquartered on the Upper West Side, the COMMERCIAL OBSERVER and THE REAL DEAL reported that as part of the pending...
Landmarks Applications (C of A) – 2017

Landmarks Applications (C of A) – 2017

Landmarks Applications Certificate of Appropriateness Landmarks Applications: Certificate of Appropriateness appropriate [uh-proh-pree-it] suitable or fitting for a particular purpose …but I thought that was a landmark?!? Have you ever wondered how neighbors in...
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