New York Landmark Preservation Commission

View of 182-186 Spring Street looking south from Vesuvio Playground – Selldorf Architects

Renderings from Selldorf Architects Reveal a New Seven-Story Building at 182-186 Spring Street in South Village, Manhattan

The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is now reviewing proposals to replace a deteriorating low-rise property at 182-186 Spring Street with a new seven-story mixed-use building. The existing property is located in the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District, a newly designated district in the South Village section of Manhattan, and will require a Certificate of Appropriateness from the LPC before construction can break ground.

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Exterior view of 51-53 White Street

DAB Investments Completes Historic Restoration and Conversion at 51 White Street in Tribeca, Manhattan

DAB Investments recently completed a top-down restoration and condominium conversion at 51 White Street, an 1850s-era cast-iron building in Manhattan’s Tribeca Historic District. Scope of work included a commercial-to-residential conversion, an extensive façade restoration, a new mezzanine level, and a two-level expansion above the fifth floor.

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Updated rendering of 95 Marginal Street (The Tin Building) - Roman & Williams Buildings and Interiors - [From left to right] View of previously submitted renderings of illuminated signage at 95 Marginal Street (The Tin Building) and current renderings - Roman & Williams Buildings and Interiors

Construction Wraps Up on Tin Building at 95 Marginal Street in Seaport District, Manhattan

Exterior work is nearing completion on the Tin Building, a three-story commercial building at 95 Marginal Street on Pier 17 in the South Street Seaport District. Designed by SHoP Architects and developed by Howard Hughes Corporation with Plaza Construction as construction manager, the facility will open with a seafood-themed market by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the main tenant of the low rise building. The 53,000-square-foot structure is located to the east of South Street and the elevated FDR Drive.

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