Recently landmarked after years of advocacy work by local preservationists, Empire State Dairy is noteworthy for its unusual architectural style and tile murals.
A proposal for developing the site of the landmarked Empire State Dairy in East New York with more than 330 affordable apartments did not pass muster with the Landmarks Preservation Commission Tuesday morning.
A nonprofit affordable housing developer is proposing major changes to the recently landmarked Empire State Dairy complex in East New York.
As the year draws to a close, we look back at the Brooklyn buildings considered significant enough to merit designation by the Landmarks Preservation Commission this year.
After years of advocacy by local preservationists and a year-long process, the Empire State Dairy was officially declared a New York City landmark this morning.
Following years of advocacy by local preservationists, the Landmarks Preservation Commission will consider designating East New York's Empire State Dairy complex a historic landmark.
The deadline is looming for the designation of the Empire State Dairy so local preservationists showed their love for the building with paper hearts.
Show your love for the Empire State Dairy Company buildings with a bit of heart-felt crafting as the deadline for saving the unique site and its scenic tiles looms.
The Preserving East New York and Municipal Art Society tour will focus on local cultural and historic treasures that make East New York special.
It is unlikely anyone is better versed in the pastoral murals of East New York’s long-closed Empire State Dairy than architectural historian and writer Michael Padwee.
Below, he tells us why these little-known architectural treasures should be appreciated and saved from demolition.