5 Buildings
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    Each recipient, one in each borough, will receive between $10,000 and $35,000 to make much needed repairs and hands-on assistance from staff throughout the project.
New York City and the Path to Freedom
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    New York City played an important role in the effort to abolish slavery nationwide, and to assist those seeking to escape it.

    On the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to America, LPC wanted to bring greater awareness to the city’s abolitionist history by telling the story through designated landmarks that embody it.

Tin Pan Alley
    Together, these buildings represent Tin Pan Alley's significant contributions to American culture and popular music.
LPC Permit Guidebook Cover
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    The enhanced LPC Permit Guidebook and application forms are designed to help applicants understand the Commission’s processes and rules and the information needed to submit a complete application so they can get their permits as quickly as possible.
LPC Designates Five Historic Buildings in Gowanus as Individual Landmarks
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    These five industrial buildings represent the area’s most prominent, architecturally distinctive and historically significant properties.

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