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Transportation/Environment

Monday, March 24th, 2008, at 6:00pm
Location:  Board Office, 450 7th Avenue, Suite 2109, between 34th & 35th Streets,

Kevin Finnegan chairing.

Agenda:

  • SL Green proposal to Change the Tour Bus Stops on Seventh Ave between 52nd & 53rd Streets.

 

Item for Discussion: New Jersey Transit Supplemental EIS New Hudson River Tunnel and West 34 Street station “Access to the Region’s Core”

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Housing, Human Services & Youth

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008, at 6:00pm
Location:  Board Office, 450 7th Ave., Suite 2109, between 34th and 35th Street.

Magda Aboulfadl co-chairing &

Robin Hatcher co-chairing.

Agenda:

  • Presentation by Beth Malone, Director of the Homeownership Center of Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City.  Ms. Malone will discuss her organization's programs and services dealing with homeownership and foreclosure.
  • Discussion on scope of committee's activities in the coming year
  • Report on the latest meeting of the Eastside Alliance
  • Discussion on the School Overcrowding Task Force

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Landmarks

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008, at 6:00pm
Location:  Parsons School of Design, 560 Seventh Avenue and 40th Street, basement level

Howard Mendes chairing.

Agenda:

  • 1170 Broadway and 12 West 28th Street, Madison Square North Historic District, application to construct a rooftop addition.
  • 71 West 23rd Street and 6th Avenue (Masonic Hall), application to install flagpoles.
  • 123 West 44th Street, between 6th Avenue and Broadway, application to replace storefront.
  • 60 Madison Avenue, between 26th and 27th Streets, application for storefront rehabilitation.
  • Proposed Garment Center Historic District Designation for New York State and Federal Registers of Historic Places.
  • Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street (Library), proposal for a donor recognition program consisting of carved lettering in stone at five locations on or near the façade of the New York Public Library.
  • Proposed new building at 30 West 19th Street and addition to 620 6th Avenue.

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Land Use & Zoning

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008, at 6:00pm
Location: F.I.T., 227 West 27th Street, Building "A", 8th floor, Room A803

John Mills chairing.

Agenda:

  • 080178ZSM, 610 Lexington Avenue/375 Park Avenue, an application submitted by Park Avenue Hotel Acquisition, LLC pursuant to Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for the grant of a special permit pursuant to the following sections of the Zoning Resolution:
  • Sections 81-212 an 74-79 – to allow the transfer of 200,965 square feet of floor area from property located at 375 Park Avenue (Block 1307, Lots 1 and 9001) that is occupied by a landmark building to property located at 610 Lexington Avenue (Block 1307, Lots 14 and 59), to modify the requirements of Section 23-851 (Minimum Dimension of Inner Courts), Section 23-861 (Minimum Distance Between Legally Required Windows and Walls or Lot Lines/General Provision), Section 36-62 (Required Accessory Off-Street Loading Berths), and Section 81-45 (Pedestrian Circulation Space) and Section 37-50 (Requirements for Pedestrian Circulation Space); and

  • Section 81-277 – to modify the height and setback requirements of Section 81-27 (Alternative Height and Setback Regulations – Daylight Evaluation)

    to facilitate the development of a 63-story mix use building on property located at 610 Lexington Avenue (Block 1307, Lots 14 and 59), in a C6-6 District, within the Special Midtown District

    • 38-42 West 18th Street aka 41-45 West 17th Street, application pursuant to Z.R. § for a renewal of a special permit (C 020244 ZSM) granted pursuant to Section 74-711 to facilitate the construction of a mixed use development on a zoning lot within the Ladies’ Mile Historic District.
    • 7 West 21 Street, renewal of a special permit for a 363 space parking garage in the Ladies Mile Historic District

     

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    Joint Landmarks and Parks

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2008, at 6:00pm

    Howard Mendes and Maxine Teitler  co-chairing at Madison Club, 5 East 22nd Street and Broadway, 30th Floor

    Agenda:

    • Central Park Zoo, application to construct a new stable building and install fencing adjacent to the zoo parking lot.

    • Central Park Conservancy, proposed site improvements at the East 102nd Street Access Drive in Central Park.

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    Parks

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2008, at 6:15pm
    Location:  Madison Club, 5 East 22nd Street and Broadway, 30th floor

    Maxine Teitler chairing.

    Agenda:

    • Barry Feldman, application to hold a musical performance in Union Square Park (South Plaza) on Saturday, May 31.
    • Young Entrepreneurs Futures, application to hold a Fashion Show, in Bryant Park on 09/22 – 09/26/08 and 09/29 – 10/3/08 (RESCHEDULED FOR ANOTHER MONTH. APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT NEW PLANS TO BRYANT PARK)
    • Whole Foods Market, application for a fundraising event for City Harvest in Union Square Park on Thursday, May 15, 2008.
    • TH Outdoor, application for a charity event in Madison Square Park on Sunday, September 21, 2008
    • Falun Dafa Association, application to hold a World Falun Dafa Day in Union Square Park on Sunday, May 11, 2008
    • UCG Marketing, application to hold a food festival in Madison Square Park on Thursday, May 29, 2008
    • Lafayette 148, Inc., application to hold a service award event in Union Square Park on Thursday, May 22, 2008
    • Manhattan Short Film Fest, application to hold a film festival in Union Square Park on Sunday, September 28, 2008
    • Xoregos Performing Company, application to perform 1 act plays in Bryant Park from August 2 to August 24, 2008 (TAKEN OFF THE AGENDA. APPLICANT MUST MEET WITH BRYANT PARK FIRST)
    • Ritual Theatre Company, application to hold a Theatrical presentation in Madison Square Park on Saturday, June 14, 2008
    • Forum for Preserving Religions, application for demonstration and Parade in Union Square Park on Friday, April 18,  2008(WILL NOT BE SEEN AT THE MEETING)
    • To be announced

     

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    Public Safety & Quality of Life

    Monday, April 7th, 2008, at 6:00pm
    Location:  Fashion Center BID,

    Vikki Barbero chairing.

    209 West 38th Street, 2nd Floor

    Conference Room

    Agenda:

    • 60 Madison Avenue, 49 West 24 Street Partners LLC, application for an on-premises liquor license.

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    Executive Committee

    Tuesday, April 8th, 2008, at 12:00pm
    Location:  Board Office, 450 7th Avenue, Suite 2109, between 34th and 35th Street

    David Siesko chairing.

    Agenda:

    • To Be Announced

     

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    Consents & Variances

    Thursday, April 10th, 2008, at 5:45pm
    Location: F.I.T., 227 West 27th Street at 8th Avenue, Building "A", 8th Floor

    Layla Law-Gisiko chairing.

    PLEASE NOTE - SPECIAL MEETING

    Agenda:

    Sidewalk Café Application:

    • 920 Broadway, Half Full Enterprises Inc, application for an unenclosed sidewalk cafe with 24 tables and 48 seats.

     

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    Full Board Meeting

    Thursday, April 10th, 2008, at 6:00pm
    Location: F.I.T., 227 West 27th Street at 8th Avenue, Building "A", 8th Floor

    Public Session:

    • Members of the public are encouraged to speak at either the Committee meeting of the Public Hearing session of the monthly Board meeting

     

    Business Session:

    • Chair's Report (David Siesko)
    • Adoption of March 2008 Minutes

    Committee Reports :

    Old Business/New Business:

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