The digital photo archive allows the public to easily search and explore high-resolution images of designated buildings and sites throughout the five boroughs, and property owners, architects and contractors can now easily search and download designation photos as they consider work on these properties.
The new LPC Business Express Service will serve as a one-stop shop for business owners in landmark buildings making it easier for them to get their permits.
With their Tudor and Storybook-style design, the historic districts’ row houses are among the architectural highlights of the Cambria Heights neighborhood and southeastern Queens.
In honor of Pride Month, LPC created this interactive tool to highlight individual landmarks designated for their association with people and organizations that made significant contributions to the LGBTQ+ cultural and civil rights movements.
The Dorrance Brooks Square Historic District is New York City's first historic district named after an African American and has strong associations with notable figures in the Harlem Renaissance who made important contributions to the arts, social justice, and New York City's civic life.
The historic district markers highlight the boundaries on one side and offer a brief description and history on the other.