Greenwich Village Historic District
Corner of Greenwich Avenue
A neo-Georgian style apartment house with stores on the ground floor, designed by Bernstein & Bernstein and built in 1906-07. Application is to alter storefront infill.
This application has been withdrawn.
A public hearing on this application was originally scheduled to take place at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010. The application had been put forth in order to correct a number of changes to the storefront that, at the time, were believed to have been performed illegally. However, the application was withdrawn at the last minute from the May 4th agenda when it was discovered that these changes had indeed been approved at an earlier date.
The applicant was proposing to:
1) Remove the fixed awning (as it was believed this had been installed illegally)
2) Remove the roll-down gate (as it was believed this had been installed illegally)
3) Paint the storefront dark brown (Benjamin Moore Dark Basalt) (as it was believed it had been painted the existing color illegally)
4) Remove the AC unit and surrounding infill and replace with a single pane glass transom (as it was believed the AC unit had been installed illegally)