APPROVED on 06/01/2010

Greenwich Village Historic District
Between Sixth & Seventh Avenues

An apartment house designed by H. I. Feldman and built in 1940-1941. Application is to replace windows.

This application is closed. Application approved June 1st, 2010.

Status as of June 1st, 2010: LATEST NEWS
At the public hearing on June 1st, 2010, the application was approved (please see photos under the May 25th, 2010 status).

Status as of May 25th, 2010:

This application will be shown the Landmarks Preservation Commission at a public hearing on June 1st, 2010. The application is to replace windows at various points on the building. All replacement window frames would be made of black painted aluminum.

Though this application is part of a larger proposal to replace all windows on the building, most of the replacements are being handled at staff level. Only a few of the replacements are more major and therefore must go through the public hearing process. Thus the application presented below encompasses only the more substantial proposed changes.

The proposal involves:

1) Replacing windows along one corner of the building on 12th Street (see the 5th photo below). Replacement windows would be configured similarly to those that exist now, except for a few small changes including a reduction in the heaviness of the corner muntin:

2) Replacing existing double-hung ground floor windows with multi-pane windows:

3) Creating new masonry openings at various points on the building’s east elevation:

1969 Designation Report, published by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Greenwich Village Historic District