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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of landmark.

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Examples

  • The sunlit restaurant, which has dishes from the museum's antique collection on its walls, faces the south facade of the American Natural History Museum, that is, the landmarked side.

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  • Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal The condo, which was still under construction when the couple made the offer, is located in the Arches building at 401 Hicks St. The landmarked property was once the St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, which was built in the 1850s.

    Church Turned Condo

  • The owners of this two-bedroom condo in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, were among the first to purchase a unit at the Arches, which was converted from a landmarked church.

    Church Turned Condo

  • The landmarked building was built in 1911 and has 13 floors and 57 units, according to the listing.

    Roomy Renovation on West End

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal Built in 1920, the landmarked home has been maintained by Mr. Hewlett, 67 years old, who polishes the home's original cherry and English walnut woodwork monthly.

    Monk's Haven in Brooklyn

  • Built in 1920, the landmarked home has been largely maintained by Mr. Hewlett, 67 years old, who polishes the home's original cherry and English walnut woodwork monthly.

    Home With Devoted Owner

  • One visitor, WQB Architecture PLLC, worked on the renovation of the landmarked Lambs Club building on West 44th Street, turning it into a luxury hotel and restaurant.

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  • Apple isn't planning to install any dramatic structures similar to its Fifth Avenue cube in the landmarked building, according to renderings shown at an MTA board meeting.

    Apple on Grand Central Track

  • Now the townhomes of Hamilton Heights, many of which are in a landmarked historical district, are the properties that are in most demand, Ms. Suggs said.

    Tasting the Sweetness in Hamilton Heights

  • While the National Register of Historic Places doesn't track the number of African-American cemeteries across the country, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation lists 11 such cemeteries, including the Rye cemetery, which was landmarked in 2003.

    Exhuming History

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