Landmarks Commission Designates Williamsburgh Trust Company Building as NYC Landmark and Votes to Calendar Ambassador Grill and Hotel Lobby
Posted on October 13, 2016
The Landmarks Preservation Commission has been busy lately.
Landmarks Commission Votes to Calendar Ambassador Grill and Hotel Lobby
LPC recently voted unanimously to calendar for designation the United Nations Hotel Ambassador Grill and Hotel Lobby. Calendaring is the first step in the designation process; the next step is the public hearing, which is scheduled to be held November 22. For more information regarding the property, click here.
Commission Designates Williamsburgh Trust Company Building as NYC Landmark
As part of the agency’s Backlog Initiative which we discussed a few weeks ago here, the Ukrainian Church in Exile, Holy Trinity Cathedral in Brooklyn has been designated a NYC Landmark. Read the press release here.
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