May 25, 2010

SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District Expanded

Commission Taps Brewery as a Landmark, Expands SoHo Historic 

The Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 unanimously approved the expansion of the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District in Manhattan by 135 buildings, and for the first time approved the designation of a brewery as a New York City landmark. 

The designations bring to more than 27,000 the total number of properties throughout the City that have earned landmark protection since the Commission was founded in 1965.

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