New York Landmark Preservation Commission


165 Mercer Street’s Garage-to-Office Conversion Unveiled in SoHo

New renderings have been exclusively revealed to YIMBY for the transformation of 165 Mercer Street, in SoHo. The historic building was constructed between 1870 and 1871 under design by Henry Fernbach, and faithfully served the city as a parking garage since 1921. However, as we reported in September of 2016, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved changes for the site to undergo a conversion to office and retail use, which will be accompanied by a new penthouse level, as well.

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Updated design for 540 Hudson Street, design by Morris Adjmi Architects

New Renderings Revealed for 540 Hudson Street Following Alterations, Greenwich Village

New renderings are out for 540 Hudson Street, a seven-story mixed-use building proposed in Greenwich Village. The site is two blocks away from the Christopher Street Station, serviced by the PATH Train, and the Christopher Street Subway Station, serviced by the 1 and 2 trains. The project would fill a vacant lot in the heart of the village. Morris Adjmi Architects will be responsible for the undulating design.

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Revised depiction of 3560 Broadway, rendering by Todd Zwigard Architects

Redesign for Hamilton Theater at 3560 Broadway Approved by Landmarks, Harlem

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved a revised design by Todd Zwigard Architects for the Hamilton Theater, at 3560 Broadway, in Harlem. YIMBY first saw renderings for the project on Halloween of this year. The site will be repurposed for commercial-retail and office space within the neo-Renaissance theater, with the hope of revitalizing its prominence in the neighborhood.

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