Sears' Art Deco flagship in Flatbush was the bee's knees when it opened during the Great Depression, and now it's landmarked.
Two projects in Brooklyn Heights went in front of the Landmarks Preservation Commission Tuesday morning, yielding contrasting results.
Downtown Brooklyn's curious little row of survivors on Duffield Street has a new owner, at least in name.
A developer is planning a 14-story hotel at 186 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights, known as the Franklin Building, but needs approval from the LPC.
This morning the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to designate two properties on President Street in Carroll Gardens.
This morning the Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously voted in favor of a proposed extension to the Boerum Hill Historic District.
Will the changes streamline the application process or pave the way for development at the expense of historic preservation?
Six owners on Atlantic Avenue, a portion of which is included in the proposed expansion, spoke out against their buildings being included.
A majority of people spoke against the Landmark Preservation Commission’s proposed rule amendments at an unusually crowded and contentious public hearing Tuesday.
A developer has painstakingly restored the Greek Revival-Italianate villa, the neighborhood's last remaining link to its rural past.