Manhattan Landmarks-Stone Street

Stone Street

This district is made up of two blocks of low-rise 1830’s commercial structures on New York City’s first paved street. The buildings are primarily Greek Revival, built after the fire of 1835, some with early 20th-century Dutch and Tudor Revival renovations. Designated June 25, 1996.

 

Title: Stone Street Looking South 4

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Stone Street

Keywords: mixed use

Description: Three-story mixed-use buildings facing Stone Street

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