LPC meeting: 09/09/2014

CB2 hearing: 06/30/2014
LPC hearing: 07/08/2014

NoHo Historic District and NoHo HD Extension
Southeast corner of East 4th and Lafayette Streets


1) From the LPC agenda: A simplified neo-Classical style store and loft building designed by Gronenberg & Leuchtag and built in 1913; and a parking lot with a concrete-block wall. Application is to replace storefront infill, reconstruct the facades, install an entrance canopy, install rooftop mechanical equipment and bulkheads and construct a new building on the vacant lot. Zoned M1-5B

2) View the application: PDF presentation provided by Ennead Architects

3) View the video: A curated list of LPC videos of these presentations from March 2014 onward can be found on our YouTube page. Please note that 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.

4) LPC designation report: Read the architectural/historical description for 383-389 Lafayette Street and 22-26 East 4th Street.

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As of:

  • 9/5/14: Scheduled for an LPC public meeting on 9/9. Testimony won’t be taken, but the public is welcome to attend.
  • 7/8/14: The commissioners took no action on this application at today’s public hearing, and instead asked the applicant to make further revisions. They were okay with the design of the new building, but felt changes needed to be made to the proposed work at 383 Lafayette Street. These changes included rethinking the design of the storefront, looking at other marquees in the historic district to see if this design is consistent with those, and going with smaller security cameras that they have approved in the past. The applicant will make revisions to this application and present at a future LPC public meeting, date TBD.