LPC to Consider 27 Cranberry, 300 Henry in Brooklyn Heights, 55 Washington in DUMBO

The Eagle has the following concerning Landmarks Preservation Commission hearings scheduled for next Tuesday, November 9, starting at 9:30 a.m.

Brooklyn Daily Eagle: 27 Cranberry St. in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, a vacant lot. The application is to construct a new single-family building.

• 300 Henry St. (aka 117-119 Atlantic Ave.) in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, an altered Greek Revival-style building originally built in 1840 to 1849. The application is to install an areaway railing. • 55 Washington St. in the DUMBO Historic District, an industrial neo-Classical-style factory building designed by William Higginson and built in 1908. The application is to install a storefront.

We previously noted the sale of the lot at 27 Cranberry. The LPC hearings are held in the conference room on the ninth floor of One Centre Street, Manhattan.

Update: Reader Andrew Porter advises us that 27 Cranberry has been taken off the agenda for this Tuesday, and will be considered at a later meeting.

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  • Andrew Porter

    The BHA wrote me, “People who really are interested in what is built at 27 Cranberry can attend the Landmarks Hearing when the application is heard. It was on the LPC’s public hearing calendar for Tuesday, but that was premature and it is being laid over pending DOB examiner reviews.”