Greenwich Village Historic District
Greenwich Street between Gansevoort and Horatio Streets

LPC designation report: Available in PDF.

Application is to alter the facades and construct new rooftop structures and other elements.

PDF Presentation Links
LPC Presentation of 1/30/2024
LPC Presentation of 8/8/2023


LPC Meeting – January 30th, 2024
APPROVED WITH MODIFICATIONS. Applicants must work with staff to move rooftop mechanical units so they are not visible.

LPC Hearing – August 8th, 2023
NO ACTION. Commissioners all agreed that the primary facade is not appropriate as presented, and offered two options to move forward: either remove the steel plate entirely and design a new building that fits within the district, or retain the steel and propose a design that perforates the facade in a way to allow for requisite light and air, while keeping the “wholeness” and relationship with the Greenwich Village Historic District. Most found the rear facade and rooftop alterations to be acceptable.

Community Board Meeting – July 28th, 2023
CB Resolution Recommended:
-Approval of the rear facade curtain wall, lot line window, and alterations to the entry and garage door placement;
-Denial of the front facade windows as eccentric and not in keeping with the building, and having no reference to either the historic neighborhood or the adjacent industrial district;
-Approval of the canopy, provided that the supports are given a more substantial appearance and that it is lighter in color;
-Approval of a greenhouse provided it is lighter in color and less assertive as a highly visible element.

Please note: At this time, all LPC public hearings and meetings are hybrid. Members of the public may participate in-person at the Municipal Building (1 Centre Street, 9th Floor Public Hearing Room), or virtually via Zoom and YouTube. For a video tutorial on how to participate virtually, click HERE.

View the video after a LPC hearing concludes: Videos of past LPC Hearings and Meetings can be found on their YouTube page. 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.

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