The owner of a restored cast iron building at 172 Duane Street is trying to super-size the lovely little building once again—reviving a 2008 bid to add a four-story addition atop the diminutive 19th-century structure that was once approved, in modified form, by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
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Earlier today, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the construction a nine-story hotel next to the 182-year-old Merchant’s House—a beloved East Village museum and the only family home in the city to be landmarked both inside and out—ending one chapter of the two-year fight that preservationists waged to stop the development. 410 more words
The very first day that I began caching I visited the Blair (NE) Memorial (GC3ET9J) for what seemed to be an easy grab. The description said that I was to look for a “magnetic micro with just a log sheet,” and the hint said “Maybe this will shed some light on the subject.” I had visited the… 499 more words
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The following article speaks to an issue I stress to my supervisees regularly. It is critical for neophytes in the field to stay abreast of the industry climate changes. 40 more words