APPROVED on 04/20/2010

Greenwich Village Historic District Extension

Between Charles & Perry Streets

A neo-Georgian style rowhouse designed by Peter Franzese and built in 1980-81. Application is to construct a wall in the front yard.

This application is closed.  Application approved on April 20, 2010.

A public hearing on this application took place at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on April 20th, 2010. The application was approved.

The applicant proposed to construct a 6 ft. high brick wall with limestone coping on the south side of the property, where a temporary plywood fence existed at the time. The brick wall was to extend from the building to the front edge of the property line, creating a barrier between the building and the empty lot next door (a garage, since demolished, once stood on the adjacent lot). At the time of the proposal, a brick wall had already existed on the northern side of the property.

2006 Designation Report, published by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Greenwich Village Historic District Extension

Existing conditions

Existing conditions

Existing temporary plywood fence (brick wall would stand in its place)

Existing conditions

Existing brick wall on north side of property

Existing neighboring gate

Proposed wall

Proposed front elevation

Proposed side elevation

Proposed plan

Proposed wall section

Former site condition (a garage, which has since been demolished, existed next door)

Garage that formerly existed next door