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landmark

In surveying, a permanent feature on the land, used as a reference point. If it is necessary to remove a landmark for development or other purposes, the best practice would be to contact the local government engineer or mapping office and ask that a witness monument be set in the place of the former landmark. (Some states require this by law.)

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Intended as a complement to the adjacent landmarked structure, this building will offer a number of separate luxury amenities for its residents, including a fitness room, bike storage and roof deck with views of Downtown Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline.
In comparison, the report pointed to Hell's Kitchen that has a less than one percent landmarked property rate and a four percent liquor license denial rate.
The Cyclone roller coaster, landmarked in 1988, was constructed not long after the boardwalk opened.
Originally opened in 1893 on the present site of the Empire State Building, the Waldorf Astoria opened at its current Park Avenue location in 1931, was designated an official New York City landmark in 1993 and had its most important interior spaces landmarked in 2017.
In a much buzzed-about move, it opened a 14,500-square-foot store on Court Street in Brooklyn in September, in the landmarked Independence Community Bank building.
"The landmarked Tammany Hall property will be transformed through a gut renovation and the addition of a new distinctive domed glass roof.
"We have a reputation for preserving and amplifying landmarked NYC buildings, and with our own institutional backing, our institutional partners have made a secure investment in the NYC condominium market.
The numbers in Brooklyn were even more drastic--on nonlandmarked properties, there was only a 3.4 percent decline in the number of rent-stabilized units, while on landmarked properties the number went down a shocking 27.1 percent.
Located in the historically landmarked wing of this full-service condominium building complete with spa/fitness room, lap pool, concierge services, parking garage and full-time doormen.
Council Member Helen Rosenthal is set ot introduce a bill tomorrow (Thursday) that would increase community input on renovation plans for landmarked buildings or buildings in historic districts.
28 percent of Manhattan is now landmarked, with 70 percent of the West Village and Upper West Side set aside for historic preservation.
The tower facades will remain the same and the project will restore multiple elements the landmarked structure.