APPROVED on 3/18/14
CB2 hearing: 03/10/2014
LPC hearing: 03/18/2014
South Village Historic District
Between Sixth Avenue and MacDougal Street
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—- APPLICATION INFORMATION —-
1) From the LPC agenda: A building built in 1851-54 and altered in the Arts and Crafts style by Charles E. Miller in 1923. Application is to install storefront infill.
2) View the application: Available in PDF
3) LPC designation report: Read this property’s architectural/historical description.
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—- STATUS OF THIS APPLICATION —-
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- 3/18/14: Application approved at today’s LPC hearing, and is now closed. The commissioners asked that the applicant work with staff to refine the proportions of the storefront. View the presentation here.
- 2/27/14: New LPC hearing date set for March 18th with a CB2 hearing of 3/10. See meeting info above.
- 2/26/14: This application was not presented at the 2/24 CB2 Landmarks Committee meeting. After contacting the LPC, we have confirmed that it has been laid over, future date TBD.