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Modern Landmarks

The NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) kept busy right up until the end of year, voting at its December 19th public meeting to approve two modern buildings as New York City’s newest individual landmarks, designations which showcase the range of innovative modern design that can be found all across our city. They are: The Modulightor Building (photo left) located at 246 East 58th Street in Manhattan, designed in the late-modern style by architect Paul Rudolph; and The Barkin, Levin & Company Office Pavilion (photo right) located at 12-12 33rd Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, a mid-century modern commercial building from architect Ulrich Franzen. More about these, and other landmarks, here.



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