Manhattan Landmarks-Murray Hill District and Extension

Murray Hill Historic District/ Extension

The land that was Robert Murray’s 18th-century country estate became one of the city’s premier residential districts. Primarily constructed between 1853 and the 1920s, the neighborhood’s buildings consist of row houses built in the Italianate and Second Empire styles as well as three apartment buildings, an architectural office and a church. Designated January 29, 2002, extended March 30, 2004. National Register of historic Places designation in 2003 and expanded 2013

Murray Hill

 

Title: North Side of East 35th Street

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Murray Hill

Keywords: Residential, row house

Description: Four-story row houses on the north side of East 35th Street

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Designation Report

Designation Report Extension

National Register Map

 

 

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