Does Work on a Landmark Building Always Require a LPC Permit? The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC, or aka Landmarks) has been issuing approvals and permits since their founding in 1965. The LPC strives to preserve historic districts and properties (or landmarks) by regulating the work done within them and on them. In most cases, Landmarks permits are […]
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Types of (LPC) Landmarks Permits
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is the largest municipal preservation agency in the USA. It provides protection by regulating construction alterations to historically, culturally or architecturally significant buildings and interiors in New York City. Not only does it regulate construction, but it designates which properties and neighborhoods are subject to these regulations. In order to protect designated […]
What Permits are Needed for a Renovation in NYC?
NYC Renovation Permit Expediting New York City is a tricky city to renovate in. One of the reasons for this is a higher than average construction cost. Finding a contractor can be difficult because of the multitude of options. In most cities, the contractor is able to pull work permits with a brief description of work. […]