If you’re walking on Schermerhorn Street towards Clinton Street, you might notice something new. The building at 141 Clinton Street will be getting a rooftop stair bulkhead to replace the existing hatch. This will allow the residents to make use of the roof as the plan presented included a “piped gas outdoor barbecue.” On Tuesday, […]
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The cellar at Chez Moi is just used for storage, but they want to use it as either an expansion of the current restaurant or as a different restaurant operation. Either way, they are charged with improving egress if they change the use of the cellar. That led them to the Landmarks Preservation Commission on […]
Over the years, much work has been done on the apartment building at 54 State Street, including partial demolition, without the approval of the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.
An extensive list of changes is coming to the late legendary author’s home at 70 Willow Street.
The house, which sold last year for almost $5.5 million, will also get new windows on the rear.
The plan for the 176-year-old home at 70 Willow Street included a lot of changes, billed as a “restoration,” though many in the room saw it as a “renovation” or as “replicating” the past, not “restoring” it.
The structure, as it stands today, is a three-story Greek Revival style rowhouse built in 1846.
A long-underutilized lot down at 20 Old Fulton Street will be getting a new commercial building.
The lot at 295-299 Hicks Street has been vacant since the 1940s, but the Landmarks Preservation Commission has cleared the way for that to change.
48 Hicks Street, the four-story building originally constructed as a Federal style frame house in 1829 and altered significantly over the years, will be altered yet again.
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