Expanding the City’s Biggest Historic District (Park Slope) Again



1CO2200A1105The Landmarks Preservation Commission held a public hearing last week in preparation for a vote that could add an additional 287 buildings to the Park Slope Historic District. The proposal, being considered the second piece of a 600-building extension approved last year, would bring the largest swath of landmarks in the city to 2,862 buildings.

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On hand at the hearing was City Council Member Steve Levin, who presides over parts of Park Slope and, according to a spokesperson for the commission, offered support for the new extension. The commission has not yet set a date for the vote.

Swaths of residential brownstones would be protected under the new measure, as would a number of commercial spaces, some of which are currently home to retailers, organizations and churches.

Below, a look at several of the most significant mixed-use properties that would be protected in the proposed historic district.