This document is a New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission designation report for the American Bank Note Company Printing Plant, Borough of the Bronx. The Landmarks Preservation Commission found that the American Bank Note Company Printing Plant has a special character and special historical and aesthetic interest and value as part of the development, heritage, and cultural characteristics of New York City. It is considered a symbol of progress for the prominent securities printing firm and is a form of the expressive industrial architecture of the time. It was thus designated as a landmark.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission held a public hearing on the proposed designation of the Frederick C. and Birdsall Otis Edey Residence, located at 10 West 56th Street in Manhattan, as a city landmark. It was built in 1901 and is one of the few surviving townhouses designed by famous architects, Warren & Wetmore.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission held a public hearing on the proposed designation of the 488 Greenwich Street House, located at 488 Greenwich Street in Manhattan, as a city landmark. It was built in 1823 and represents the architecture that dominated that time.