Manhattan Landmarks-Central Park West- West 76th Street

Central Park West W. 76th

The first buildings here were two rows of houses built in 1887, and the district was largely completed 1898. The district is made up of a variety of buildings (town houses, apartment houses, a museum and a church) in a variety of late-19th century styles (Neo-Grec, Renaissance Revival, Romanesque Revival, Gothic Revival and especially French Beaux-Arts). Designated April 19, 1973.

Title: Row Houses on the South Side of West 76th Street 7

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Central Park West- West 76th Street

Keywords: row house, stone, ornament, door, window, residential, stoop, bay window (copper)

Description: Row houses on the south side of West 76th Street

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