The Preservation Greenpoint Landmarks Review Committee reviews every Greenpoint Certificate of Appropriateness item that goes before the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), offering advisory testimony at each public hearing. If you have any questions about the projects listed below, please contact email@example.com.
1125 Lorimer Street – Greenpoint Historic District
An apartment house with neo-Federal style features built c. 1949. Application is to install a canopy at the front areaway, and to legalize alterations to the door surround completed without a Landmarks Preservation Commission permit.
LPC Hearing: 11/12/2013 (Approved with Modifications)
149 Calyer Street – Greenpoint Historic District
A frame house built in 1872. Application is to construct a rooftop addition, alter the front and rear facades, the front areaway, and replace the fence.
LPC Hearing: 10/01/2013 (Approved with Modifications)
826 Manhattan Avenue – Greenpoint Historic District
A one-story commercial building designed by Samuel Gardstein and built in 1938. Application is to install illuminated signage.
LPC Hearing: 08/13/2013 (No Action)
74 Kent Street – Eberhard Faber Pencil Company Historic District
A German Renaissance Revival style factory building built c. 1904-08. Application is to alter the facade and construct a rooftop addition.
LPC Hearing: 02/05/2013 (Laid Over); 06/04/2013 (Laid Over); 10/15/2013 (No Action)
142 Franklin Street – Greenpoint Historic District
A one-story garage attached to an Italianate style flathouse built c. 1855. Application is to install storefront infill.
LPC Hearing: 01/08/2013 (No Action)
94 Greenpoint Avenue – Greenpoint Historic District
A vacant lot. Application is to construct a new building.
LPC Hearing: 09/04/2012 (No Action); 05/14/2013 (Approved)
134 Greenpoint Avenue – Greenpoint Historic District
A frame flathouse designed by Claus Dunkhase, built in 1890, and altered in the late 20th century. Application is to alter the facades.
LPC Hearing: 04/17/2012 (No Action)
127 Milton Street – Greenpoint Historic District
An Italianate style rowhouse designed by Thomas C. Smith and built c. 1876. Application is to alter window openings at the rear elevation and excavate the rear yard.
LPC Hearing: 11/27/2012 (Approved)