Application did not return for review by LPC

CB2 hearing: 03/28/2011
LPC hearing: 04/05/2011 – laid over
LPC hearing: 04/12/2011 – no action
LPC meeting: TBD

Greenwich Village Historic District
Corner of Fifth Avenue


A Gothic Revival style church complex, comprised of the church, designed by Joseph G. Wells, and built in 1844-46; the Gothic Revival style chapel, designed by McKim, Mead and White, and built in 1893-94; and the Prairie School style church house, designed by Edgar Tafel, and built in 1958-60. Application is to replace bluestone sidewalks.


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Status as of April 12th, 2011: LATEST NEWS
At the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on April 12th, the Commission reviewed the proposal. The Commission took no formal action, but rather asked the applicant to return at a later date TBD with an in-depth study that makes the case for why so much of the bluestone needs to be replaced.

Status as of April 8th, 2011:
The public hearing at the Landmarks Preservation Commission has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 12th.

Status as of April 5th, 2011:
The public hearing at the Landmarks Preservation Commission, originally scheduled for on April 5th, has been postponed to a later date TBD.

Status as of March 28th, 2011:
At the March 28th public hearing of the Community Board 2 Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee, the applicant presented the proposal that will be heard at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on April 5th.

The proposed sidewalk replacement plan may be viewed here.

Status as of March 18th, 2011:
This application is scheduled to be shown publicly for the first time at the Community Board 2 Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee public hearing at on Monday, March 28, 2011, at 6:30 pm at the Church of Our Lady of Pompei, 25 Carmine St., in Father Demo Hall (as these details are subject to change, please visit the Community Board’s calendar for the most up-to-date information). Public attendance and testimony are welcome.

1969 Designation Report, published by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Greenwich Village Historic District