It’s been awhile since the new Carlton Mews Project crossed our radar, but an application to “amend Certificate of Appropriateness 12-7770 for the construction of five new townhouses” at 223-231 Carlton Avenue will be heard by the Landmarks Preservation Commission today. These renderings of the homes were revealed last December, then this summer a “more traditional” plan came to the LPC but was sent back for revisions. Meanwhile at the site, renovations continue at next door townhouse 237 Carlton Avenue as well as the serious rehabilitation of the Carlton Mews Church.
LPC Recap: Nay on 27 Cranberry; Carlton Mews on Track [Brownstoner]
The NEW Carlton Mews Revealed [Brownstoner]
Carlton Mews Sells Again [Brownstoner]
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