Sullivan Street between Houston Street and Prince Street
Sullivan-Thompson Historic District

LPC Designation Report: Available in PDF

Application is to legalize the installation of HVAC in front of a primary facade, installing moveable planters, relocating and replacing statuary, and installing signage

PDF presentation links:
Community Board Presentation of 5/16/2024
Community Board Presentation of 4/11/2024: Part 1 & Part 2
LPC Presentation (pending–typically posted on the Thursday prior to the hearing date)


Community Board 2 – May 16th, 2024 – 6:30-9:30pm

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LPC Public Hearing – TBD

**All information and timings are subject to change. Items can sometimes be postponed (laid over) for a future date. Check back here or sign up to receive notifications for this project.


Community Board 2 Meeting – May 16th, 2024
CB resolution recommends:
A. Approval of the planter with evergreens to mask the HVAC equipment; and
B. Approval of the shrine provided that it is covered in a natural stone similar to the pictures of historic shrines provided with the application; and
C. Approval of the paving of the garden provided that it is in a natural stone that is in harmony with the rusticated stone base of the north facade of the nave; and
D. Approval of the modifications to the fence to provide ADA access to the garden; and
E. Approval of the relief, the lettering, and the lighting fixture on the tower.
There was no quorum present for a vote.

LPC Public Hearing – May 7th, 2024

Community Board 2 Meeting – April 11th, 2024
CB resolution recommends:
Therefore be it resolved that the applicant will be asked to lay over the presentation of the application to the Landmarks Commission and to return for a public hearing with a more clear presentation, specifying more specific and attractive materials, for the design of the pedestal and the grotto area and incorporating the bluestone replacement in the area covered by asphalt.

Please note: At this time, all LPC public hearings and meetings are hybrid. Members of the public may participate in-person at the Municipal Building (1 Centre Street, 9th Floor Public Hearing Room), or virtually via Zoom and YouTube. For a video tutorial on how to participate virtually, click HERE.

View the video after a LPC hearing concludes: Videos of past LPC Hearings and Meetings can be found on their YouTube page. The LPC posts these videos about a week after the presentation. Videos include the applicant’s presentation, public testimony (for hearings only), and deliberation by the LPC commissioners.

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