APPROVED at the 5/22/12 LPC hearing
Application now closed
NoHo Historic District
Between East 4th Street and Washington Place
From the LPC agenda: A neo-Classical style store building designed by Buchman and Deisler and built in 1896-97. Application is to install wall-hung HVAC units on a secondary facade.
PHOTOS OF THE APPLICATION:
From the Community Board 2 public hearing.
Also check “Get Involved/Hearing Times” section below for scheduled CB2 and LPC hearing times and locations.
LATEST NEWS As of 5/22/12: The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to approve this application at the May 22nd public hearing. This application is now closed.
As of 5/16/12: Community Board 2 heard this application on May 14th. It is next scheduled to be heard at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on May 22nd. Public testimony welcome.
As of 5/9/12: This application is scheduled to be heard for the first time at Community Board 2 on May 14th. Public testimony welcome.
GET INVOLVED / HEARING TIMES:
1) Receive updates by email
Please click here if you would like GVSHP to email you when there are updates to the status of this application.
2) Attend and speak at the Community Board 2 (CB2) public hearing
When: Monday, May 14, 2012 at 6:30pm
Where: Our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine Street, Father Demo Hall
*As this information is subject to change, please visit the community board’s website for the latest available agenda.* This application is scheduled to be shown publicly for the first time at CB2′s Landmarks & Public Aesthetics Committee public hearing. Public attendance and testimony are welcome (note: this will be the first opportunity for the public to comment on this application).
3) Attend and speak at the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) public hearing
When: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at time TBD (see link below)**
Where: 1 Centre Street, 9th Floor, public hearing room
**Please check the Commission’s agenda the Friday afternoon before the public hearing to see the approximate time that this application is scheduled to be heard. Please note that items can sometimes be postponed (laid over) to a future date.** At this hearing, the Commission will officially vote to approve or deny the application, or ask that the applicant return at a later date with revisions. Public attendance and testimony are welcome (note: this will most likely be the last opportunity for public comment on this application).
4) Email the Community Board or the Landmarks Preservation Commission
If you cannot attend the public hearings but would still like to comment, please click here to contact the Community Board or the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Be sure to send them your comments before the hearing dates indicated above.
DESIGNATION REPORT CLIP:
From the NoHo Historic District Designation Report, published by the LPC in 1999:
714 Broadway (East side between East 4th Street and Astor Place)
Borough of Manhattan Tax Map Block 545, lot 8 in part (old lot 9)
Date of construction: 1896-97
Architect: Buchman & Deisler
Original owner: Stern & Schwartz
Structure/material: Steel and cast-iron frame with limestone facing
Features: Three bays; non-historic storefront and entrance to upper floors; historic
galvanized-iron store cornice projecting at the center bays survives; non-historic signage,
marquee, and lighting; arched fenestration at second and eighth stories; historic and nonhistoric
sash; bracketed balconies with balustrades at second and tenth stories; rusticated
piers; scrolled keystones; panelled spandrels; gabled window hoods at the tenth story; parapet
with inset pediment, topped by finials; north wall has lot-line windows.
History: This store building was designed by Buchman & Deisler and constructed in 1896-97
for Stern & Schwartz at a time when the earlier five- and six-story loft buildings that lined
this section of Broadway were being replaced by taller commercial structures like 714
Broadway. The building was constructed with an internal connection to 716 Broadway (lot
10) at the basement level. Most records regarding this building have been lost; however, its
lot was merged with the neighboring building at 712 Broadway (lot 8 ) between 1961 and
c.1985. It is now an elevator apartment building.