The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission is set to review an $8.66 million reconstruction project for Dinosaur Playground in Riverside Park on Tuesday, November 28. Led by Stephen Whitehouse of Starr Whitehouse, this initiative aims to transform the playground situated between West 96th and West 98th Streets along Riverside Drive on Manhattan‘s Upper West Side.
New York Landmark Preservation Commission
On November 28, the Landmarks Preservation Commission will review a new proposal from Marvel Architects and Rudin Management for the renovation of 32 Avenue of the Americas in Tribeca. This 27-story Art Deco building, originally designed by Ralph Thomas Walker and built between 1912-1916 with expansions in 1930-1932, is an important piece of the history of development in Tribeca. Recognized as an Individual NYC Landmark and Interior Landmark since 1991, the building has undergone various approved renovations, including a storefront masterplan in 2013 and lobby and main building entries renovation in 2022.
Yesterday, the Landmark Preservation Commission reviewed the plans for a new 17-story residential building at 10 West 17th Street in Manhattan’s Ladies’ Mile Historic District in Flatiron. This site, once occupied by a mid-20th century commercial structure, is being transformed by Anbau, with architectural design by DXA Studio.
A recent proposal submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) aims to bring a fresh touch to the historic facade of 107 Spring Street, located between Mercer and Greene Streets in Soho’s Cast Iron District. The proposal, compiled by JPD Preservation Consulting and Overall Murals, seeks to allocate space for a painted wall sign, blending historical charm with modern artistry.
FOUND Study, a provider of affordable student and intern housing, now operates one of largest hotel-to-residential conversion projects in Manhattan history. Located at 525 Lexington Avenue in Turtle Bay, the landmarked building was completed in 1923 and is designed by Empire State Building architect Arthur Loomis Harmon.