Manhattan Landmarks-NoHo Historic District and Extension

NoHo Historic District/ Extension

While a few early 19th-century, Federal houses still remind us that this was once a residential neighborhood, over one hundred buildings attest to the area’s commercial history from the early 1850s into the early 20th century. Retail and wholesale dry goods establishments were housed in ornate store-and-loft buildings like the 1874 Brooks Brothers store. Turn-of-the-century office buildings as well as modest twentieth-century commercial structures complete the district. The Bayard-Condict building (1897-99) is the only structure designed by Louis Sullivan in New York City. Designated June 29, 1999 and extended May 2008

 

Title: Bayard Condict Building Detail 6

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: NoHo

Keywords: Commercial, ornament, Bayard Condict Building, door

Description: Door detail of the Bayard Condict Building

Image #66

Designation Report

Extension Designation Report

 

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