It's not like we need further proof that LPC discriminates against Queens, but the timing of the announcement that LPC is going to survey our borough to find landmark-worthy sites came right before they designated 5 more buildings in Manhattan yesterday:
Landmarks Lollapalooza Part II
Webster Hall in Manhattan, 125 E. 11th St
Congregation Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Anshe, 242 E. 7th St.
Elizabeth Home for Girls, 307 E. 12th St.
11th Street Public Bath, 538 E. 11th St.
The Allerton 39th Street House in Murray Hill.
Oh, they also want to designate Chase Manhattan Plaza. How would the city survive if that building got altered?
Photo from Urbanite