Tag Archives: Landmarks

383 Lafayette St. Slated for Restoration and an Addition

383 Lafayette St., former home of Tower Video and recently the Student ID office for NYU will finally be getting some contextual attention and allowed uses in our M1-5b zone. Its new use will be for NYU administrative offices.  The … Continue reading

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NoHo Building Update

NoHo building has sparked many meetings January through March at Community Board 2, Landmarks, Board of Standards and Appeals and City Planning Commission. Here’s an update. Landmarks Preservation Commission  25 Bleecker St.:  On Tuesday, Feb. 4th, an application was heard … Continue reading

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NoHo Development Update

 NoHo Development Continues to Astound With new buildings at 688 Broadway (entrance on Great Jones Alley), 10 Bond St., 366 Lafayette St., 45 Great Jones and significant restorations/renovations at 24 Bleecker, 36 Bleecker, 37 Great Jones, NoHo development has the … Continue reading

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383 Lafayette Street to become NYU administrative offices

383 Lafayette St.  NYU will be renovating 383 Lafayette which will include internal renovation, facade work, and a building addition in the parking lot behind it for as-of-right office use. NYU anticipates starting construction in the late Fall.  Upon completion, … Continue reading

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Catching Up…Keeping Up: Development

Catching Up…Keeping Up with NoHo is a full-time endeavor these days. On the development front there are 11 projects that have been recently approved or scheduled for hearing Continue reading

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More on New Developments…or Landmarks Redux

NoHo Landmarks Redux – there seems no shortage of LPC Appropriateness applications from NoHo buildings these days… Continue reading

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NoHo Developments

NoHo Development Report for May 2012 Continue reading

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Announcing NoHo-Bowery Stakeholders Inc.

Announcing NoHo-Bowery Stakeholders Inc. Continue reading

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This month at CB#2

This months CB#2 Hearings of interest to NoHo Continue reading

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Rape of Puck Averted

20 feet shorter and 1500 square feet thinner, the new Puck penthouse addition finally meets LPC approval on Dec. 20, 2011. Continue reading

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33 Bond St.

33 Bond St. Additions – Computer Model 33 Bond Street presented applications to both CB#2 and to the Landmarks Preservation Commission in October, for roof-top and rear yard additions.  The application was denied at CB#2 and not ruled upon at … Continue reading

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Rape of Puck Delayed

Rape of Puck Delayed – NYTimes Cityroom blog confirms LPC denial Continue reading

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