APPROVED on 11/12/13 (original application) and 06/10/14 (amendment)
CB2 hearing: 11/4/13
LPC hearing: 11/12/13 (original application)
LPC hearing II: 6/10/14 (amendment)
Greenwich Village Historic District
Between West 9th and 10th Streets
Image courtesy of Google Street View
—- APPLICATION INFORMATION —-
1) From the LPC agenda: A Spanish Renaissance style apartment building designed by Emery Roth and built in 1926. Application is to remove an enclosed sidewalk cafe and to install new storefront infill, signage, lighting and awnings.
Application 2 (amendment to approved application above): A Spanish Renaissance style apartment building designed by Emery Roth and built in 1926. Application is to amend Certificate of Appropriateness 15-3232 for the installation of storefront awnings.
2) LPC Designation Report: An architectural and historical description of the building is available in the designation report.
3) Photos of the application: Available in PDF (approved application from 11/12/13 only; application for amendment to be presented on 6/10/14 was not made publicly available prior to the LPC hearing)
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—- STATUS OF THIS APPLICATION —-
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- 6/10/14: Amendment to Certificate of Appropriateness 15-3232 approved at today’s LPC hearing, and is now closed. They found that the design is typical of lower Fifth Avenue, that it keeps in character with the historic building, and that it complements the streetscape.
- 6/6/14: Amendment to approved application to be presented at an LPC public hearing on 6/10.
- 11/12/13: Application approved at today’s LPC hearing, and is now closed. The commissioners also asked the applicant to work with staff to determine if the proposed corner lantern’s size and location are appropriate for an Emery Roth building of this age and style.