LPC Public Hearing on 201 Water and 9 Old Fulton Streets

201 Water Street "Jay Street Arts Building"

There is a Landmarks Preservation Commission public hearing meeting tomorrow, 09 February 2010. On the agenda are two items for Certificate of Appropriateness at 9 Old Fulton Street (previously heard) and 201 Water Street. 9 Old Fulton Street is a vacant lot within the Fulton Ferry Historic District and has a job/filing application to construct a four story building with one story penthouse. (Zoned M2-1). The 201 Water Street (aka “Jay Street Arts Building”) application is an amendment for a previous approval to alter ground floor openings and install storefront infill. 201 Water is a “Daylight Factory style factory building designed by Frank H. Quinby and built in 1913; and a vernacular style factory building built c. 1900.” Will an approval begin construction of storefronts on the ground level of this building bring more foot traffic down Jay Street?

{NYC.gov BIS for 201 Water St}
{NYC.gov BIS for 9 Old Fulton St}
{LPC on 192 Water and 9 Old Fulton Streets}

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