11 West 20th Street (Ladies’ Mile Historic District), application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace four wood single double hung windows with four aluminum single double hung windows between 5th and 6th Avenues on the North side of the str
WHEREAS, 11 West 20th Street, located in the Ladies’ Mile Historic District, is an historic store and loft building, in the Neo-Renaissance style, built in 1901 by architect George W. Spitzer and was part of the later development of Ladies’ Mile; and
WHEREAS, The application is for a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace four wood single double hung windows (black finish), with four aluminum single double hung windows (black finish); and
WHEREAS, It is nine stories tall and 36 feet wide with a stone façade, and with four arched wood windows at the top which the applicants proposes to change to aluminum; therefore be it
RESOLVED, Community Board Five recommends approval of this application for a Certificate of Appropriateness.
The above resolution passed with a vote of 23 in favor, 9 opposed, 1 abstention.