Applicants simplified the massing of proposed tower building and reduced its height 32 feet from previous proposal. On May 6, 2014, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved proposed work at the campus of St. Luke in the Fields Episcopal Church, located on the western edge of the Greenwich Village Historic District. The approved work includes a new residential tower at a site currently occupied by a parking lot at the corner of Greenwich and … <Read More>
Commissioners generally concurred that the parking lot was an appropriate site for residential development and that vertical enlargement of school was compatible with the historic district. On March 11, 2014, the Landmarks Preservation Commission heard from applicants on a proposal to build a residential tower on the Church of St. Luke in the Fields’ campus and to expand the existing school. The applicants responded to extensive public testimony from the February 4th hearing, … <Read More>
Proposal includes school expansion, and the construction of a new residential tower that would include ten affordable units. On February 4, 2014, the Landmarks Preservation Commission considered an application for the construction of a new 15-story residential tower and additions to the Church of St. Luke in the Fields campus. The campus occupies a block bounded by Barrow, Christopher, Greenwich and Hudson Streets on the western edge of the Greenwich Village Historic District.