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NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission
Backlog

LPC Backlog Initiative

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has developed a plan to address the backlog of 95 properties that were under consideration for designation, but were not designated or acted upon.  The plan allows public notice/comment on backlog properties and an efficient public hearing process that will ensure timely decisions on the backlog items. The backlog includes properties that were placed on the Commission’s calendar prior to 2010 and are currently inactive, of which 85 percent were calendared 20 or more years ago. The plan is composed of three phases, which are described in detail below: (1) Public Review Period, (2) Special Hearings Dedicated to Backlog Items, and (3) Subsequent Decisions.

 

1. PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD 

Beginning July 8, 2015, there will be a minimum three-month review period, during which interested parties can review background materials on each backlog item. Throughout this period (and through to one week after the hearings listed below), the public may submit written statements to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov, which will be entered into the record and distributed to Commissioners.

Background Materials- Research Files and Fact Sheets

• Fact sheets on each property: these fact sheets provide site identification information, and summaries of the public hearing information on each backlog property.

• Research files on each property (15,000 pages in total): The publicly accessible portions of the LPC research files may provide more information on the history of each property, including the public hearing record. 

How to Use a Fact Sheet:

Each of the 95 fact sheets and research files are available for download below under the Public Hearing Information section. Click on the links next to the property of interest to view the materials associated with the site (files are organized by Borough and Community District). Files are also available for viewing at the LPC offices by request. If you would like to view a file in person, please send an e-mail to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov.

Fact sheets are intended to summarize information released on each property at the time of public hearings, provide current and historic photos (when available) and a current site map. Please note the following:

• The address and block and lot included on the fact sheets is that which was calendared, in some cases buildings have been moved and demolished, in others lots have been merged and addresses changed. In as many cases as possible, such changes have been indicated on the fact sheets.

• Research Staff Hearing Statements: These are statements prepared by the research staff and presented at and/or released prior to calendaring or public hearings. Some fact sheets do not include a statement because they could not be found in the research file. This is particularly true with old files. Please note that many of these statements are decades or more old, and may not reflect the property’s current condition. When a hearing statement could not be found, information on the date of construction, architect and style were not included. In some cases this information can be found in other documents in the research file available for the item.


2. SPECIAL PUBLIC HEARINGS DEDICATED TO BACKLOG ITEMS

The Commission will hold four special hearings on October 8, October 22, November 5, and November 12, 2015. The hearings will be organized by borough and grouped by Community Districts, with roughly 5-12 items per group.  Each speaker will be given three minutes to speak per group of backlog properties, and in that time may address all of the items within the group, particular items, or add comments to support written testimony.

In order to conduct efficient hearings, we ask, although it is not required, that speakers register and submit written statements in advance (see dates below). Interested parties that are not able or do not want to attend the hearing may submit written statements, which will be entered into the record and distributed to the Commissioners.


3. SUBSEQUENT COMMISSION DECISIONS

At a public meeting to take place on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 staff will present summaries of the testimony and written submissions for each item.  At that time, Commissioners will consider:

1. prioritizing designation for some items (by December 2016); or
2. removing from the calendar by voting not to designate; or
3. removing from the calendar by issuing a no action letter.

It is important to distinguish between voting not to designate and issuing a no action letter. A no-action letter is an administrative process that allows items to be taken off the calendar without prejudice, and with no judgment on the merits for designation. Such items could be brought forward at a later time for designation. A vote not to designate is based on the merits of the property – for example, a property may be heavily altered or found to lack the significance to merit landmark designation.

 

public hearing information  
October 8, 2015: Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens Hearing
October 22, 2015: Staten Island Hearing
November 5, 2015: Manhattan A Hearing
November 12, 2015: Manhattan B Hearing

October 8, 2015: Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens Hearing
In order to conduct efficient hearings, we ask speakers to register in advance and submit written statements by October 1, 2015 to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov. If you are unable to attend the hearing, your written submissions will be entered into the record and distributed to the Commissioners.  TESTIMONY MAY BE SUBMITTED UNTIL OCTOBER 22, 2015.

AGENDA WITH TIMES NOW AVAILABLE!

BRONX Group 1 (5 items) 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
1. Immaculate Conception Church, 378 East 151st Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. 65 Schofield Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Samuel D. Babcock House, 5525 Independence Avenue  Fact Sheet | Research File
4. 6 Ploughman's Bush Building  Fact Sheet UPDATED: October 8,2015 | Research File
5. First Presbyterian Church, 730-736 East 225th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File

BROOKLYN Group 2 Items (7 items) 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1. 183-195 Broadway Building, 183-195 Broadway  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. Ukrainian Church in Exile (Holy Trinity Cathedral), 177 South 5th Street Fact Sheet | Research File (UPDATED 9/24/15)
3. St. Barbara's Roman Catholic Church, 138 Bleecker Street Fact Sheet | Research File (UPDATED 9/24/15)
4. St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church and Rectory, 130 6th Avenue Fact Sheet |Research File
5. Lady Moody-Van Sicklen House, 27 Gravesend Neck Road Fact Sheet | Research File
6. Greenwood Cemetery Fact Sheet | Research File
7. Coney Island Pumping Station, 2301 Neptune Ave Fact Sheet | Research File (UPDATED 9/24/15)

QUEENS Group 3  (8 items) 12:30 PM- 3:00 PM
1. Old Calvary Cemetery Gatehouse, Gale Avenue & Greenpoint Avenue  Fact Sheet |Research File
2. Fairway Apartments, 76-09 34th Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Spanish Towers (10 buildings)  Fact Sheet | Research File
4. Lydia Ann Bell and J. Williams Ahles House, 39-26 213th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
5. Pepsi Cola Sign Fact Sheet (UPDATED 10/2/2015) | Research File
6. First Reformed Church and Sunday School of College Point, 118-09 14th Avenue Fact Sheet (UPDATED 10/1/15) | Research File
7. Bowne Street Community Church, 38-01 Bowne Street   Fact Sheet | Research File
8. Douglaston Historic District Extension Fact Sheet | Research File

October 22, 2015: Staten Island Hearing
In order to conduct efficient hearings, we ask speakers to register in advance and submit written statements by October 15, 2015 to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov. If you are unable to attend the hearing, your written submissions will be entered into the record and distributed to the Commissioners.  TESTIMONY MAY BE SUBMITTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 5, 2015.

Staten Island Group 1 (11 items)
1. Sailors' Snug Harbor Historic District  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. George W. Curtis House, 234 Bard Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Nicholas Muller House, 200 Clinton Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
4. Woodbrook (The Jonathan Goodhue House), 304 Prospect Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
5. William T. and Mary Marcellite Garner Mansion, 355 Bard Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
6. St. Mary's Church, Rectory and Parish Hall, 347 Davis Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
7. St. Mary's R.C. Church and Rectory, 1107 Bay Street Fact Sheet | Research File
8. St. John's P.E. Rectory, 1331 Bay Street Fact Sheet | Research File
9. Cunard Hall, Wagner College, 631 Howard Avenue Fact Sheet (UPDATED 9/2/15) | Research File (UPDATED 9/24/15)
10. Sunny Brae House, 27 Colonial Court  Fact Sheet | Research File
11. 92 Harrison Street  Fact Sheet | Research File

Staten Island Group 2 (7 items)
1. School District #3 Building, 4108 Victory Blvd  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. Nicholas Killmeyer Store and Residence, 4321 Arthur Kill Road  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Lakeman House, 2286 Richmond Road Fact Sheet | Research File
4. Fountain Family Graveyard, Richmond and Clove Roads Fact Sheet | Research File (UPDATED 9/24/15)
5. Richmond County Country Club, 135 Flagg Place Fact Sheet | Research File
6. Crocheron House, 47 Travis Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
7. Vanderbilt Mausoleum & Cemetery, Richmond Road and Altamont Street  Fact Sheet |Research File

Staten Island Group 3 (8 items)
1. St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, 7558 Amboy Road  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. 3833 Amboy Road  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. 6136 Amboy Road  Fact Sheet | Research File
4. 5466 Arthur Kill Road   Fact Sheet | Research File
5. 122 Androvette Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
6. Dorothy Day Historic Site, 457 Poillon Avenue  Fact Sheet | Research File
7. Brougham Cottage, 4746 Amboy Road  Fact Sheet | Research File
8. Prince's Bay Lighthouse and Keeper's House, Hylan Blvd  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 10/21/15)| Research File


November 5, 2015:  Manhattan A Hearing

In order to conduct efficient hearings, we ask speakers to register in advance and submit written statements by October 29, 2015 to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov. If you are unable to attend the hearing, your written submissions will be entered into the record and distributed to the Commissioners.  TESTIMONY MAY BE SUBMITTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 19, 2015.

Manhattan A Group 1 (9 Items)
1. 57 Sullivan Street Fact Sheet | Research File
2. 2 Oliver Street Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Interborough Rapid Transit Powerhouse, 850 12th Avenue Fact Sheet | Research File
4. Mission of the Immaculate Virgin West, 448 West 56th Street Fact Sheet (UPDATED 9/2/15) | Research File
5. Excelsior Power Company Building, 33-43 Gold Street Fact Sheet | Research File
6. 143 Chambers Street Building, 143 Chambers Street Fact Sheet | Research File
7. 315 Broadway  Fact Sheet | Research File
8. James McCreery & Co., 801-807 Broadway Fact Sheet | Research File
9. 138 Second Avenue  Fact Sheet | Research File

 Manhattan A Group 2 (12 Items)
1. Hotel Renaissance, 4 West 43rd Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. Osborne Apartment Building Interior, 205 West 57th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. Empire Theater, 236-242 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 9/2/15) | Research File
4. Union Square Park  Fact Sheet | Research File
5. Liberty Theater, 234 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 9/2/15) | Research File
6. Lyric Theater (Individual and Interior), 213 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 8/14/15) | Research File 
7. New Apollo Theater Interior, 215-223 West 42nd Street   Fact Sheet (UPDATED 8/14/15)  | Research File 
8. Selwyn Theater Interior, 229-231 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 9/2/15) | Research File
9. Times Square Theater (Individual & Interior), 215-223 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet (UPDATED 8/14/15) |Research File
10. Victory Theater (Individual & Interior), 207 West 42nd Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
11. Bergdorf Goodman, 754 5th Avenue  Fact Sheet | Research File
12. Sire Building, 211 West 58th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File


November 12, 2015: Manhattan B Hearing

In order to conduct efficient hearings, we ask speakers to register in advance and submit written statements by November 5, 2015 to backlog95@lpc.nyc.gov. If you are unable to attend the hearing, your written submissions will be entered into the record and distributed to the Commissioners.  TESTIMONY MAY BE SUBMITTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 26, 2015.

Manhattan B Group 1 (6 Items)
1. Edgar J. Kaufman Interiors, 809 United Nations Plaza  Fact Sheet | Research File
2. St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 227 West 99th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. 412 East 85th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
4. St. Joseph's Church, 401-403 W 125th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
5. President Chester A. Arthur House, 123 Lexington Avenue  Fact Sheet | Research File
6. 150 East 38th Street House  Fact Sheet | Research File

 Manhattan B Group 2 (5 Items)
1. D.G. Yuengling Brewing Co. Complex Fact Sheet | Research File
2. YMCA Building, Harlem Branch, 181 West 135th Street  Fact Sheet | Research File
3. St. Paul's Rectory, 113 E 117th Street Fact Sheet | Research File
4. St. Paul's Church and School, 121 East 117th Street Fact Sheet | Research File
5. Loew's 175th Street Theater, 4140 Broadway Fact Sheet (UPDATED 11/10/15) | Research File

February 23, 2016: Public Meeting Actions


BRONX
Prioritized for Designation:
1.  Immaculate Conception, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Convent and Priests’ Residence, 375-395 East 150th Street
2.  65 Schofield Street House, 65 Schofield Street, Bronx, CD 10
 
Removed from Calendar, No Action:
1.  6 Ploughman’s Bush Building (aka Fieldston/Delafield Estate Building), 6 Ploughman’s Bush
2.  First Presbyterian Church of Williamsbridge and Rectory, 730-736 East 225th Street, Bronx, CD 12
 
Removed from Calendar Based on Merit:

1.  Samuel D. Babcock House, 5525 Independence Avenue, Bronx, CD 8

BROOKLYN
 Prioritized for Designation:
1.  183-195 Broadway Building, 183-195 Broadway, Brooklyn, CD
2.  Williamsburg Trust Co. Building (Ukranian Church in Exile Holy Trinity Cathedral), 177 South 5th Street, Brooklyn, CD 1
3.  St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church and Rectory, 130 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, CD 6
4.  Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, CD 7
5.  Lady Moody-Van Sicklen House, 27 Gravesend Neck Road, Brooklyn, CD 15
6.  St. Barbara’s Roman Catholic Church, 138 Bleecker Street, Brooklyn, CD 4
 
Removed from Calendar, No Action:
1. Coney Island Pumping Station, 2301 Neptune Avenue, Brooklyn, CD 13

QUEENS
Prioritized for Designation:
1.  Bowne Street Community Church, 38-01 Bowne Street, Queens, CD 7
2.  Lydia Ann Bell and William Ahles House, 39-26 213th Street, Queens, CD 11
3.  Pepsi Cola Sign, 4600 Fifth Street, Queens, CD 2
 
Removed from Calendar, No Action:
1.  Fairway Apartments, 76-09 34th Avenue, Queens, CD 3
2.  Spanish Towers, 34-30 75th Street, Queens, CD 3
3.  First Reformed Church and Sunday School of College Point, 118-09 14th Avenue, Queens, CD 7
4.  Proposed Douglaston Historic District Extension, Queens, CD 11
5.  Old Calvary Cemetery Gatehouse, Gale Avenue and Greenpoint Avenue, Queens, CD 2
 

STATEN ISLAND
Prioritized for Designation:
1.  92 Harrison Street House, 92 Harrison Street, CD 1
2.  George W. Curtis House, 234 Bard Avenue, CD 1
3.  St. John’s Protestant Episcopal Rectory, 1331 Bay Street, CD 1
4.  Vanderbilt Mausoleum and Cemetery, Moravian Cemetery, Richmond Road and Altamont St., CD 2
5.  Brougham Cottage, 4746 Amboy Road, CD3
6.  Prince’s Bay Lighthouse and Keeper’s House, Hylan Boulevard, CD 3
7.  Lakeman House, 2286 Richmond Road, CD 2
 
Removed from Calendar, No Action:
1.  Cunard Hall, Wagner College, 631 Howard Avenue, CD 1
2.  Nicholas Muller House (aka St. Peter’s Boys High School), 200 Clinton Avenue, CD 1
3.  Sailors’ Snug Harbor Historic District, CD 1
4.  St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Rectory and Parish House, 347 Davis Avenue, CD 1
5.  St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church and Rectory, 1101 Bay Street, CD 1
6.  William T. and Mary Marcellite Garner Mansion, 355 Bard Avenue, CD 1
7.  Woodbrook (The Jonathan Goodhue House now Goodhue Center of the Children’s Aid Society), 304 Prospect Avenue, CD 1
8.  Nicholas Killmeyer Store and Residence, 4321 Arthur Kill Road, CD 2
9. Richmond County Country Club, 135 Flagg Place, CD 2
10. School District #3 Building, 4108 Victory Boulevard, CD2
11. 122 Androvette Street House, 122 Androvette Street, CD 3
12. 3833 Amboy Road House, 3833 Amboy Road, CD 3
13. 5466 Arthur Kill Road House, 5466 Arthur Kill Road, CD3
14. 6136 Amboy Road House, 6136 Amboy Road, CD 3
15. St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church, 7558 Amboy Road, CD3
 
Removed from Calendar Based on Merit: 
1.  Crocheron House, 47 Travis Avenue, CD 2
2.  Fountain Family Graveyard (First Baptist Church of Staten Island Graveyard), Richmond and Clove Roads, CD2
3.  Dorothy Day Historic Site, 457 Poillon Avenue, CD 3
4.  Sunny Brae House, 27 Colonial Court, CD 1
 

MANHATTAN
Prioritized for Designation:
1.  315 Broadway Building, 315 Broadway, Manhattan, CD 1
2.  57 Sullivan Street House, 57 Sullivan Street, Manhattan, CD 2
3.  Interborough Rapid Transit Powerhouse, now Consolidated Edison Powerhouse, 850 12th Avenue (aka 840 Joe DiMaggio Highway), Manhattan, CD 4
4.  Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, CD 5
5.  Edgar J. Kaufman Conference Rooms, Lecture Hall and Elevator Lobby, 809 United Nations Plaza, Manhattan, CD6
6.  St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Parish House & Rectory, 227 West 99th  Street,  Manhattan, CD 7
7.  412 East 85th Street House, 412 East 85th Street, Manhattan CD 8
8.  St. Joseph’s Church, 401-403 West 125th Street, Manhattan, CD 9
9. Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) Building, Harlem Branch (now Jackie Robinson YMCA Youth Center), 181 West 135th Street, Manhattan, CD 10
10. St. Paul’s Church and School, 121 East 117th Street, Manhattan, CD 11
11. Loew’s 175th Street Theater, 4140 Broadway, Manhattan, CD 12
12.  Excelsior Power Company Building, 33-43 Gold Street, Manhattan, CD 1

Removed from Calendar, No Action:
1.  143 Chambers Street Building, 143 Chambers Street, Manhattan, CD 1
2.  James McCreery & Co. (original store), 801-807 Broadway, Manhattan CD 2
3.  138 Second Avenue House, 138 Second Avenue, Manhattan, CD 3
4.  2 Oliver Street House, 2 Oliver Street,  Manhattan, CD 3
5.  Mission of the Immaculate Virgin West, 448 West 56th Street, Manhattan, CD 4
6.  Osborne Apartment Building Interior, 205 West 57th Street, Manhattan, CD 5
7.  Sire Building, 211 West 58th Street, Manhattan CD 5
8.  Union Square Park, Manhattan, CD 5
9. Empire Theater (Interior and Exterior), 236-242 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
10. Liberty Theater (Interior and Exterior), 234 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
11. Lyric Theater (Interior and Exterior), 213 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
12. New Apollo Theater Interior, 215-223 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
13. Selwyn Theater (Interior and Exterior), 229-231 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
14. Times Square Theater (Interior and Exterior), 215-223 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD5
15. Victory Theater (Interior and Exterior), 207 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, CD 5
16. 150 East 38th Street House, 150 East 38th Street, Manhattan, CD 6
17. President Chester A. Arthur House, 123 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, CD 6
18. D.G. Yuengling Brewery Co. Complex, Manhattan, CD 9
19. St. Paul’s Rectory, 113 East 117th Street, Manhattan, CD 11
20.  Hotel Renaissance, later Columbia Club, 4 West 43rd Street, Manhattan, CD 5]

 

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