Often, the entrances in landmarked buildings
are not at street level, so lifts have to be created.
The Independent's claim that $43 million would be realized if the lands were sold was exaggerated, according to the statement, as it does not take into consideration buildings still in use that the archdiocese will not sell, as well as landmarked buildings
or buildings for which the archdiocese is unable to get a demolition permit from the city.
The two-step process involves contributing transit improvements and then obtaining plaza bonuses (exchanging the preservation of ground floor public spaces for the right to build taller buildings) or air rights transfers from landmarked buildings
NEW YORK, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Knightsbridge Properties, a Tribeca-based real estate company committed to design-led redevelopment of historic and landmarked buildings
in New York, Berlin and London, today announced that Cast Iron House has launched sales.
The ACLJ notes that of the 22,000 landmarked buildings
or sites in NYC, some 6% have been designated because of their historical significance alone.
Historic Richmond Town is a collection of 28 landmarked buildings
dating as far back as the late 17th century, and is truly a one-of-a-kind and must-have experience for anyone in New York, whether they are native or visiting.
The developer will convert one of east Tribeca's oldest landmarked buildings
into five luxury loft condominiums.
NEW YORK, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The two partnerships that own the landmarked buildings
at Rockefeller Center announced today that its plan of reorganization had been confirmed today in U.