The Landmarks Preservation Commission is now reviewing proposals from The Metropolitan Museum of Art to renovate and replace deteriorating elements of the building’s exterior. Areas of focus include the signature sloped glass façades and skylights above the Rockefeller Wing and the Temple of Dendur.
Upper East Side
The affordable housing lottery is open for 345 East 94th Street, a 29-story mixed-use development on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Developed by Fetner Properties in 1998, the 207,037-square-foot building yields 208 units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 11 units for residents at 90 to 100 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $50,469 to $102,400.
New renderings from Real Estate Inverlad and Dart Interests offer a glimpse of the residential spaces at The Leyton, a rising condominium property on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The new building is located at 1059 Third Avenue and will house a collection 38 residences including ten full-floor homes and one duplex.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved the construction of a new penthouse roof deck at 107 East 64th Street in the Upper East Side Historic District. The project will move forward once the commissioners issue a final Certificate of Appropriateness.
The City Planning Commission is currently reviewing an updated draft scope of work to expand the New York Blood Center’s Upper East Side headquarters. The commission will need to approve proposed amendments to the area’s existing zoning rules before the project can begin.