180 Waverly Place

LPC hearing: LAID OVER
LPC hearing: 10/18/2011 (read into the record only)

Greenwich Village Historic District
Between Christopher & West 10th Streets

APPLICATION:


A Greek Revival style house built in 1839. Application is to legalize a stoop gate installed without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).

PHOTOS OF THE APPLICATION:


Photos of the existing stoop gate, which the applicant is seeking to legalize:

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APPLICATION STATUS:

Status as of February 14, 2012: LATEST NEWS
This application has been laid over. Re-scheduled public hearing TBD.

Status as of February 10, 2012:
This application is scheduled for a public hearing at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on February 14th.

Status as of October 17th, 2011:
The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s public hearing on this application, originally scheduled for October 18th, has been postponed to a date TBD.

Status as of October 11th, 2011:
The application was presented at the Community Board 2 hearing on October 11th. See above for photos. The application will be presented next at the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s hearing on October 18th. For more information, please visit the Commission’s agenda (note that the Commission updates its agendas on the Friday afternoon prior to each hearing; be sure to check back then to find out the approximate time at which this application will be heard).

Status as of September 30th, 2011:
This application is scheduled to be shown publicly for the first time at the Community Board 2 Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee public hearing on Tuesday, October 11th, 2011, at 6:30 pm in the NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 208 (as this information is subject to change, please visit the Community Board’s website for the most up-to-date information). Public attendance and testimony are welcome.

1969 Designation Report, published by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when they designated the Greenwich Village Historic District