Monthly Archives: May 2014

What Happens When There Is A Fire Drill At The Manhattan Municipal Building?

On Tuesday, I was downtown to cover the Landmarks Preservation Commission again when there was a fire drill at the Manhattan Municipal Building. But it was unlike any fire drill I had ever experienced.

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Covering The Launch Of 93 Worth’s Penthouses… Not A Bad Evening’s Work

For my latest freelance assignment from Curbed NY, I was asked to head down to TriBeCa to cover the launch party for CORE real estate’s newly constructed penthouses at 93 Worth.

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Glass Topper For Pastis? Landmarks Preservation Commission Says Not So Fast!

On Tuesday, I covered the Landmarks Preservation for Curbed NY and when it was time for the architectural firm BKSK to present their plan to put a two-story, mixed use, glass addition on top of 9-19 Ninth Avenue (better known as … Continue reading

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Church Of St. Luke Scales Back Expansion Plans To Win Over LPC

The Church of St. Luke in the Fields jn the West Village wants to expand its school building and put up a brand new apartment building on Barrow Street. The first time they went before the Landmarks Preservation Commission, things didn’t … Continue reading

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Save Our Seaport Coalition Holds Town Meeting To Blast Howard Hughes Corporation Plans For South Street Seaport

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has already rejected the Howard Hughes Corporation’s plan for the Fulton Market Building, but that was only part of the company’s plan for the South Street Seaport.

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Landmarks Preservation Commission Unimpressed By Fulton Market Building Proposal

The South Street Seaport is undergoing a massive transformation. But what it will look like in the end is still quite up in the air.

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