Landmarks


Rendering of proposal for 240-82 Beverly Road.

Landmarks Approves Addition to Home at 240-82 Beverly Road, Douglaston

Most of the decisions the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has to make involve structures in somewhat to very densely populated areas. However, the city, with its five boroughs, is quite large and diverse. Sometimes, the commission has to make decisions about more suburban areas. Such was the case last Tuesday when, for the second time in two weeks, the commission has approved the expansion of a single-family home in the Douglaston Historic District in Queens.

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11 Hubert Street

Plans For Five-Story, 20,000 Square-Foot Mansion Revealed At 11 Hubert Street, TriBeCa

Maya Lin Studio and Bialosky + Partners Architects are designing a five-story, 20,000 square-foot mansion at 11 Hubert Street, in TriBeCa, TribecaTrib reports. The building would be clad in metal, glass, and limestone, and features five bedrooms with typical residential accessories, a landscaped courtyard, and a 5,000 square-foot fitness center. The family for which the home would be built remains anonymous, but $15 to $16 million would be spent to develop the property. The site is located within the North Tribeca Historic District, so the Landmarks Preservation Commission would have to approve the plans. The existing three-story mixed-use structure would not be demolished, rather expanded and built upon.

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49 Chambers Street

14-Story, 81-Unit Condo Conversion Planned At Former Office Building At 49 Chambers Street, Civic Center

In 2013, Chetrit Group acquired the 14-story, 200,000-square-foot former Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank building at 49-51 Chambers Street, in Civic Center, for $89 million with plans for a residential conversion. The office building, an individual landmark, was constructed in 1912 and designed by Raymond F. Almirall, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission would have to approve any alterations. The conversion project will include 81 condominiums, according to plans filed with the Attorney General’s office, The Real Deal reports. The units will come in one- to four-bedroom configurations and is expected to have a sellout of $334 million. Accordingt to filings, there will be 215,711 square feet of residential space, so units will average 2,663 square feet apiece. Ground-floor retail is also part of the plan. Woods Bagot is the architect of record.


Proposed expansion of the Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue, 11 East 11th Street.

Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue To Be Expanded, Flipped in Greenwich Village

A synagogue whose structure served varied purposes before becoming a house of worship will be getting a somewhat unusual expansion and facelift. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a proposal from the Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue, located at 11 East 11th Street, between Fifth Avenue and University Place in Greenwich Village.

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