Manhattan Landmarks-MacDougal Sullivan Gardens

MacDougal Sullivan Gardens

In the 1840s and 1850s twenty-two three-story Greek Revival homes were built here by the estate of Nicholas Low. William Sloane Coffin renovated the block in the 1920s including a private garden space in the center and adding Federal Revival elements to the buildings. Designated August 2, 1967.

Title: East Side of MacDougal Street Detail

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: MacDougal Sullivan Gardens

Keywords: door, row house, residential

Description: Sunken doorway detail of two row houses on MacDougal Street

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