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43 MacDougal Street



43 MacDougal Landmarks Application Status

Write Mayor DeBlasio that action must be taken now on 43 MacDougal Street

Chronology of Deterioration & Restoration: April 2008 - May 2010

Map of the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District

Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District LPC Designation Report

Letter to LPC 10/11/12

GVSHP letter to 43 MacDougal Street’s new owner 10/18/11

GVSHP letter to Landmarks Preservation Commission about moving ahead with restoration 10/18/11

GVSHP letter to LPC about status of restoration work 10/05/10

Documenting the Neglect 08/17/09

Landmarks Preservation Commission’s demolition by neglect letter 05/15/09

Correspondence with the City urging it to take action on 43 MacDougal Street

43 MacDougal Street is a Greek Revival rowhouse built in 1846 and located within the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District. For the past several years, the building has sat vacant and deteriorating, causing problems of vermin and blight, and threatening the historic integrity of the neighborhood. GVSHP has been working with neighbors to pressure city agencies to take action against the deplorable conditions at the building, and to make repairs themselves and charge the owner if necessary. Some city agencies have responded by issuing violations and promising to make some repairs, but conditions at the site continue to worsen. We will continue to keep the pressure on until this horrible eyesore and health and safety hazard is finally repaired.

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