APPROVED on 05/04/10

Gansevoort Market Historic District

Between Greenwich & Washington Streets

Application:
A neo-Grec style building designed by James Stroud and built in 1880. Application is to replace storefront infill.

This application is closed.  Application approved on May 4, 2010.

Status:

A public hearing on this application took place at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010. The application was approved.

The applicant proposed the following changes:

1) Painting the underside and trim of the canopy black
2) Stripping the silver paint on the cast iron columns and exposing the original cast iron by applying a clear finish
3) Removing the brick infill in the two end bays. The brick in the westernmost bay would be replaced with clear glass, and the brick in the easternmost bay with opaque etched glass
4) Removing the doors in the two end bays. The door in the westernmost bay would be replaced with door of frameless clear glass, and the door in the easternmost bay with an aluminum-frame door with opaque etched glass infill.

2003 Designation Report, published by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Gansevoort Market Historic District
c. 1940 Tax Photo, NYC Municipal Archives
2003 Designation Photo, taken by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Gansevoort Market Historic District
Site location
Existing storefront elevation & plan
Proposed storefront elevation & plan
Existing storefront sections
Proposed storefront sections
Existing site photos
Existing storefront details
Existing storefront details