An LPC commissioner since 2008, Bland will take over as interim chair until a new chair has been appointed.
Will the changes streamline the application process or pave the way for development at the expense of historic preservation?
The efforts of a coalition of preservationists, scholars and fans of Whitman got a boost Monday from six New York City Council members who signed a letter of support for designation.
The proposal includes nearly 30 individual buildings, three historic districts and one scenic landmark.
This morning, the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously in favor of designating the Coney Island Boardwalk.
Six owners on Atlantic Avenue, a portion of which is included in the proposed expansion, spoke out against their buildings being included.
Preservationists outraged by recent LPC decisions have complained the group is not doing its job.
If the Coney Island boardwalk is designated a historic landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission will the honor be in name only?
In an unusual move, preservation groups across New York City have signed a joint letter requesting that the LPC withdraw their proposed rules amendments.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to designate the neo-Classical Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh on Havemeyer Street in south Williamsburg.