Latest Landmarks Applications Available
Including Application to Demolish the Remaining Facade of the Fire-Damaged Middle Collegiate Church at 112 Second Avenue
Village Preservation provides an ongoing record of all applications for changes to landmarked properties in our neighborhoods (Greenwich Village, NoHo, Gansevoort Market, the South Village, and the East Village) that require a public hearing before they can be approved. These proposals range from minor alterations to large additions, demolition, and new construction on landmarked sites. Find out about the application, when the Community Board and NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission public hearings will take place, and how you can weigh in before decisions are made. You can also sign up for alerts to be notified of changes in the status of the application.
Note: The upcoming applications include one to approve demolition of the remaining facade of the landmarked Marble Collegiate Church at 112 Second Avenue (below). Normally these applications go to their relevant community board for a preliminary public hearing and review, but this one will not. Instead, it is going straight to the Landmarks Preservation where its fate will be decided, for a public hearing next Tuesday. Click the link below to sign up for notifications and to learn how you can participate in the public hearing or provide feedback on the application. This is an enormously consequential and unusual application, and Village Preservation will provide more details and perspective on it as we gather more information closer to next Tuesday’s hearing date.
View the new upcoming applications: