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Articles about "Greenwich Village Luxury Apartments"

  • LPC Grants City Landmark Status to Four Downtown Buildings By Daniel Muhlenberg | March 30, 2012

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to assign city landmark status to four federalist-style buildings in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, continuing their campaign to preserve Manhattan’s historical buildings that harken back to distant eras, in this case the time period that followed the Revolutionary War. 310 Spring Street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village and 32, 34, and 36 Dominick Street on the southern edge of the West Village were all given landmark status, which ensures their existence and severely restricts owners from altering their exteriors of these pre-war luxury apartment buildings.

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