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.