(Note: this is one of two applications presented at the same time for this structure)
Amendment approved 04/17/2012 public meeting
Gansevoort Market Historic District
Between Ninth Avenue & Washington Street
A neo-Georgian style stables building designed by John M. Baker and built in 1908-09. Application is to construct a rooftop addition, modify the rear facade, install new storefront infill, a canopy, and a painted wall sign.
Please note that this is one of two applications being filed simultaneously for this building. Please click HERE to see the other application, which is for a master plan for painted signage.
PHOTOS OF THE APPLICATION:
LATEST: A PDF of the revised application that was presented at the LPC public meeting on February 14th is available HERE.
Photos of the application that were presented to Community Board 2 on November 14th and will be presented to the Landmarks Preservation Commission on December 20th:
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Status as of April 19th, 2012:
This application to amend Certificate of Appropriateness 13-0334 was approved by the LPC at the April 17th public meeting. This application is now closed.
Status as of April 16th, 2012: LATEST NEWS
We just learned that this application is scheduled for a public meeting on April 17th at the LPC, 1 Centre Street, 9th Floor. As per the LPC agenda, the application is to amend Certificate of Appropriateness 13-0334 for alterations to the facades and construction of a rooftop addition and install aluminum arched windows at the front facade. It is scheduled to be presented at 2:45pm.
Status as of February 14th, 2012:
This revised application was approved by the LPC at a public meeting on February 14th. View the latest photos of this updated proposal in the PDF link above. This application is now closed.
Status as of February 10th, 2012:
This application is scheduled for a public meeting at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on February 14th. Revisions to the application requested by the Commission at the December 20th public hearing will be presented at this time.
Status as of December 20th, 2011:
The applicant presented the proposal to the Landmarks Preservation Commission at their public hearing on December 20th. The Commissioners thought that the rooftop addition needed to be scaled back in size and/or redesigned so it would blend in less with the tower (and thus would not alter the original profile of the building). They also thought the proposed canopy should be more industrial and less “overdesigned.” The Commission took no vote on the proposal, but rather asked the applicant to return with revisions at a public meeting, date TBD.
Status as of December 2nd, 2011:
The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on this application, last scheduled for December 6th, has again been postponed until December 20th.
Status as of November 18th, 2011:
The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on this application, originally scheduled for November 22nd, has been postponed until December 6th.
Status as of November 3rd, 2011:
The applicant presented that proposal to Community Board 2 on November 14th. See above for photos. The Landmarks Preservation Commission will vote on this application at their public hearing on Tuesday, November 22nd.
Status as of November 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 on Monday, November 14th, 2011, at 6:30 pm in the NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 405 (as this information is subject to change, please visit the Community Board’s website for the most up-to-date information). Public attendance and testimony are welcome.