Specialist in Landmarks Preservation Commission Applications
Former Landmarks Preservationist at the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission
Client Representation & Advocacy in Regulatory Compliance
Masters of Science degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University
Jacqueline Peu-Duvallon Historic Preservation Consulting, LLC (JPD-HPC), is a New York City-based consultaning company. Ms. Peu-Duvallon holds a Masters Degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, and has been working in the field of historic preservation since 2003. She is a former employee of the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), where she reviewed and approved work to be done on individual landmarks and buildings in historic districts, guided applicants through the public hearing process, and advised architects, engineers, contractors and property owners on sound preservation practice and LPC policy. Among the projects under Ms. Peu-Duvallon's purview while at LPC were the 2007-2008 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum restoration, the Waldorf-Astoria, the Seagram Building, Lever House, the Dakota, and the San Remo.
JPD-HPC's recent high profile clients include Restoration Hardware, The New York Public Library, Madison Equities, and XIN Development. JPD-HPC's recent projects that have required LPC approval include the re-design of 9-19 Ninth Avenue, Restoration Hardware's new national flagship design showroom, the Gallery, and 55 Gansevoort Street, Restoration Hardware's soon-to-open boutique hotel, the Guest House. JPD-HPC has also won approval for the Thierry Despont-designed addition at 50 Hudson Street, and for alterations related to the residential re-development of 212 Fifth Avenue, designed by Helpern Architects. JPD-HPC has also guided numerous townhouse renovations, and won approval for the re-development of the RKO Keith Theater in Flushing, Queens, and for the installation of subway access elevators on Broad Street in Manhattan.
JPD-HPC is also well-versed in Historic Tax Credit (HRTC) applications, National Register Nominations, and grant applications.
The Guest House
55 Gansevoort Street
Restoration Hardware's Boutique Hotel. Rooftop addition and façade alterations approved by LPC.
212 Fifth avenue
Condo conversion by Madison Equities, designed by Helpern Architects. LPC approved a rooftop addition, façade alterations, and painted wall sign.
9-19 Ninth Avenue
Restoration Hardware's Flagship Design Showroom. Re-design approved in one public hearing.
The New York Public Library, 476 Fifth Avenue.
Successful LPC applications for donor recognition signage and fountain alterations.
50 Hudson Street
A two-story addition designed by Thierry Despont and approved by LPC.
RKO Keith's Theater, 135-29 Northern Boulevard
LPC approved decorative plaster restoration designed by Ayon Studio, and the construction of a new building designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners around the interior landmark site.
Federal, State, And Local Regulatory review
- The City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission Applications
- Applications for Federal and State Historic Tax Credits
- Client Representation at Public Hearings
- Environmental Impact Statements
- Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act Analysis
- Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966 Evaluations
- Training for Professional Staff and Historic Preservation Commissions
- Historic Preservation Ordinances
- Assisting Property Owners in Contractor Bidding Process
- Coordinating Government Agency Review with Contractors
- Product Specification and Technical Assistance
Cultural Resources Documentation
- Nominations to the National Register of Historic Places
- Designation Reports
- Historic Resource Surveys
- Historic Resource Inventory Forms
- Photographic Documentation
- Expert Testimony
- Cost-Benefit Analysis of Historic Tax Credits
- Commercial and Residential Developers
- Environmental Consultants
- Historical and Cultural Organizations
- Home Owners
- Public Agencies: Federal, State, County, Regional and Municipal