120-122 Fifth Avenue, application for new signage and storefront elevations
At the scheduled monthly meeting of Community Board Five on Thursday, October 10, 2013, the Board passed the following resolution by a vote of 38 in favor; 0 opposed; 1 abstaining:
WHEREAS, 118-120 Fifth Avenue, located in the Ladies' Mile Historic District, designed by John B. Snook Son, Architects, is an eleven-story neo-Renaissance style store and loft building, characteristic of the later development phase of the District., designated in 1989; and
WHEREAS, The GAP Store at 122 Fifth and West 17th Street has requested Approval for modifications for the store signage including three signs, one on 17th and the other two at 122 Fifth Avenue, as follows:.
WHEREAS, Both 120 Fifth and 122 Fifth are requesting renovations and modifications to the storefronts including changes to the doorway frames and glass similar to other buildings in the Ladies' Historic District, with the glass adjacent to the new signage will be colored GAP blue; therefore be it
RESOLVED, Community Board Five recommends approval of the signage and storefront changes to 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue in accordance to plans and images presented by the Applicant.