APPROVED on 07/12/2011

Greenwich Village Historic District
Between Sixth Avenue & Grove Street



A apartment house with neo-Federal style details designed by John Wooley and built in 1924. Application is to alter the marquee.



Status as of July 12th, 2011
At Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on July 12th, the Commission voted to approve the application.

Status as of July 8th, 2011
The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on this application has been rescheduled for Tuesday, July 12th.

Status as of June 20th, 2011:
The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on this application, originally scheduled for June 21st, has been postponed to a date TBD.

Status as of June 13th, 2011:
At the Community Board 2 hearing on June 13th, the applicant presented the proposal that will be heard at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on June 21st.

A PDF of the proposal may be viewed HERE.

According to the applicants, they are proposing to shorten the marquee because trucks continue to hit and damage it (notice on the map below that Barrow Street runs perpendicular to Washington Place; trucks backing up on Barrow Street can apparently easily back over the curb and hit the marquee, which extends all the way to the edge of the sidewalk).

Status as of June 3rd, 2011:
This application is scheduled to be shown publicly for the first time at the Community Board 2 Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee public hearing at on Monday, June 13th, 2011, at 6:30 pm at the Church of Our Lady of Pompei, 25 Carmine St., in Father Demo Hall (as these details are subject to change, please visit the Community Board’s calendar for the most up-to-date information). Public attendance and testimony are welcome.

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