Another big fight is brewing over landmarking and development in New York City.
The architects behind a proposal for a top and rear addition to a 1920s building on Montague Street need to come back and try again, Landmarks said.
A 29-story Morris Adjmi-designed skyscraper that will swallow up Hot Bird in Clinton Hill has a new shape, the better to see the landmarked church next to it.
The move could potentially pave the way for the block's eventual transformation, even though it is landmarked.
The scaffolding is down at a Middagh Street house, revealing a large rear lot extension and front facade work on its way towards completion.
Recent decisions by the Landmarks Preservation Commission have caused members of the preservation community to question the agency's commitment to preserving the architectural heritage of the city.
This morning the Landmarks Preservation Commission will consider developer Hidrock Properties' surprising plan to restore a one-story row of shops rather than build condos in Park Slope.
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.
The official verdict is in and, at least according to the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Walt Whitman didn't spend enough time at a modest wood-frame house in Wallabout for it to merit designation as an individual landmark.
Wondering whatever became of Brookland Capital's plans to develop a neo-Gothic church on Washington Avenue in the Clinton Hill Historic District?