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111 Noble Street lies in the Greenpoint Historic District. Rendering via MDIM Design 111 Noble Street lies in the Greenpoint Historic District. Rendering via MDIM Design
UPDATE 9/12/17: The LPC has unanimously rejected the proposal to demolish the existing 3-story building at 111 Noble Street and erect a modern 4-story structure in its place. The hearing included statements made by Preservation Greenpoint and the Historic Districts Council insisting that if the project was approved, it would set a precedent for similar historic buildings in need of repair, thus creating open season for buildings that have no relation to the Greenpoint Historic District - an area that provides a glimpse at houses not originally built for the wealthy, but for the working class. Rather than erasing history to get the highest price point, the hearing concluded it would be more beneficial and cost-effective to repair the current house.

Back in July, permits were filed to construct a ground-up 4-story, 3-unit building at 111 Noble Street in the Greenpoint Historic District. Since this would mean demolishing the current 3-story house, which was built in 1855 by William Williams and in recent years has been heavily altered and deemed structurally compromised, the Landmarks Preservation Commission must first approve. The hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, September 12 at 11:30 a.m.
If approved, a modern condo designed by MDIM Design will take its place. Permits were filed by Roei Paz and list Ruslan Goyachev of RSLN Architecture as the architect of record. The building will hold 4,975 square feet of residential space, indicating each unit will average 1,658 square feet. There will be two full-floor residences and a penthouse duplex occupying the third and part of the fourth floor. The penthouse will feature private outdoor space on the roof.
111-noble-street-rendering-2 Rendering via MDIM Design
111-noble-street-street-view Current Structure at 111 Noble Street via Google Street View
Editors Note: This article was originally published on September 11, 2017 and updated to include the results of the LPC hearing the next day.
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