3 St. Marks Place
Village Preservation has led the opposition to an application for a zoning variance to allow the size of a planned office tower at this location, for which an 1830 house was demolished, to be 20% larger than zoning allows by transferring air rights from 4 St. Mark’s Place.
Testimony of New York State Senator Brad Hoylman and Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick Before the New York City Council’s Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises Regarding Application 09/24/2020
Testimony Regarding Proposed Transfer of Air Rights; special permit pursuant to Section 74- 79 of the Zoning Resolution 09/24/2020
Testimony of Councilmember Rivera, State Senator Hoylman, and Assemblymember Glick Before City Planning Commission Opposing Air Rights Transfer 03/04/2020
Village Preservation Testimony Before City Planning Commission Opposing Air Rights Transfer 03/04/2020
Recommendation from Manhattan Borough President Brewer on 3 St. Mark's Place Air Rights Transfer 02/27/2020