Designation report for the Roosevelt Building, 841 Broadway, a transitional Romanesque Revival/Renaissance Revival-style building built in 1893-94 and designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch. It is a significant example of the high-rise commercial development along Broadway in the late 19th century.
The report tells the history of the New York Public Library, Harlem Branch (McKim, Mead & White, 1907-09), a Carnegie Library including its role in the development of Black theater in the 1930s as the home of the Rose McClendon Players and Theatre Workshop.
Designation report for National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York Headquarters a four-story Georgian Revival-style clubhouse and museum designed in 1929 by Richard Henry Dana, Jr. and opened in 1930.
The site of the April 21, 1966 “Sip-In” protesting and publicizing anti-gay discrimination in bars and other public places, the Julius’ Bar Building is New York City’s most significant site of pre-Stonewall LGBTQ+-rights activism.
The Dorrance Brooks Square Historic District is associated with notable African American figures of the Harlem Renaissance. It features a striking collection of residential and religious structures designed by prominent New York City architects and that form cohesive streetscapes.
Capital Project Detail Data - Manhattan - Fiscal Year 2020 January Capital Commitment Plan: Reports on implementation milestone schedules for capital construction projects. It includes dates for the completion of scope, design and construction, and reasons for delays in any such dates.