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landmark

[′lan‚märk]
(cell and molecular biology)
Any distinctive feature that can be used to identify a chromosome.
(engineering)
Any fixed natural or artificial monument or object used to designate a land boundary.
(navigation)
A conspicuous natural or artificial object near or on land, other than an established aid to navigation, and observable by eye or radar; used in the piloting type of navigation.

Landmark

Any building structure or place that has a special character or special historic or aesthetic interest or value as part of the heritage or cultural characteristics of a city, state, or nation.

landmark

1. Any building, structure, or place that has a special character, special historic interest, and/or special aesthetic interest, or value, as part of the development, heritage, or cultural characteristics of a nation, state, city, or town.
2. A monument, fixed object, or marker on the ground that designates the location of a land boundary.
3. A formal designation of such status for a building by a national or local authority. Also see National Historic Landmark and National Register of Historic Places.
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Apple already operates stores in two landmarked buildings in Soho and Midtown.
He also served as the project director for the redevelopment and lease-up of 114 Fifth Avenue, a 350,000 s/f landmarked building in the Flatiron District.
The design description includes the measures for the rehabilitation of the landmarked building in the interior.
The new store includes 2,300 s/f on the ground floor and 1,200 s/f in the bsement and will be located at the base of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, a 184-room, 6-story hotel and landmarked building built in 1920.
Built in 1888, the Romanesque j Revival landmarked building has a 1 brick facade and three-story curved turret.
Part demolition and Abbrucharbeitein and structural work in a partially landmarked building inventory.
The landmarked building is known as the Paul Robeson Residence and has been home to a number of famous New Yorkers including Basie, Louis and actor Paul Robeson, for whom the building was dedicated.