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13th Street Auction House Now a Landmark

The former Van Tassel and Kearney Horse Auction Mart is now a city landmark.

The Skinny on the Slimming of N.Y.U. 2031

A breakdown of the Manhattan borough president’s recommendations regarding the university’s expansion.

N.Y.U. Opponents Urge Stringer to Fight Expansion

Weeks before the Manhattan Borough President issues his recommendation regarding N.Y.U. 2031, opponents urged him to vote “No.”

The Day | More Details About CBGB Fest

A roundup of this morning’s news.

N.Y.U. Supporters Tout Economic Benefits of Expansion

The plan dubbed N.Y.U. 2031 would be a boon for small businesses and the construction industry, supporters said.

Local Leaders to Borough President: Hear Us Out About N.Y.U. Plan

One of the most vocal opponents of New York University’s proposed expansion near Washington Square Park wants Borough President Scott M. Stringer to hold a public hearing before making an advisory decision about the controversial plan next month.

Amid Cheers, C.B. 2 Votes Against N.Y.U. Expansion

The ambitious expansion of New York University faced its first formal rejection last night, as Community Board 2 voted unanimously against the plan, saying it would turn Greenwich Village into a construction site for at least 19 years and fundamentally change the neighborhood for the worse.

East 10th Landmarked, But Not Before Controversial Renovation Is Approved

A controversial rooftop addition was approved by the Department of Buildings only hours before a vote to protect the buildings’ exteriors.

On Eve of Landmark Hearing, a Tour of East 10th Street

Tomorrow, a public hearing by the Landmarks Preservation Commission will determine the future of East 10th Street along Tompkins Square Park. Over the weekend, The Local spoke with Andrew Berman, the executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, about the history of the strip. 293 East 10th Street G.V.S.H.P. 293 East 10th […]

Puck Building Penthouse Gets Green Light

After several rejections by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Jared Kushner gets approval for a rooftop addition to the famed building

Landmarks Commission on Latest Puck Proposal: Close, But No Cigar

The Landmarks Preservation Commission once again said Jared Kushner needed to refine his proposal, though it appears approval is near after multiple rejections.

An Early Look at Karl Fischer’s Design for Building Replacing Third Street Row House

The developer Brody-Amirian plans to build an eight-story building designed by a controversial architect where an historic row house once stood.

Addition To Puck Building Rejected Yet Again

For the third time, a rooftop addition to the iconic Houston Street building is nixed by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

177-Year-Old Row House is Slated for Demolition

The Department of Buildings has cleared the way for the demolition of 316 East Third Street, a transitional Federal/Greek Revival-style row house that preservationists have been fighting to keep standing.

Landmarks Commission Nixes Puck Condos, But Owner Won’t Give Up

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has again rejected plans to put condos on top of the Puck Building.

DocuDrama: Preservationists Try to Save Row House From Becoming Another 35 Cooper

Preservations are appealing to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to save a Federal-era row house in Alphabet City.

Foes of Historic District Plan Emerge

Two leaders of local houses of worship express their displeasure with a proposed historic district in the East Village.

The Day | By the Numbers

A roundup of news articles and blog posts related to the East Village. Including: The neighborhood in stats, a former-funeral parlor altered and Ron Paul’s newest fans.

Looking Back | 35 Cooper Square

Using archival photographs, The Local looks back at the history of the recently demolished 35 Cooper Square.

Moves to Protect the East Village

As gentrification continues to alter the East Village landscape, attempts are afoot to have sections of the neighborhood designated a historic district, helping to preserve their architecture and character.