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NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission
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Request a Letter of No Objection for DOB

Property owners and other interested parties can request a confirmation letter, also known as a Letter of No Objection, to satisfy the Department of Buildings' requirements for obtaining work permits on non-designated properties.  Confirmation letters state that a particular property is not landmarked, and will be issued within three to four weeks after the request is received.

Download a request form here.

Proof of designation can be found in the LPC designation report for the building or historic district, on the Department of Buildings' website, or through NYCityMap, the City of New York's official online map portal.


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