Manhattan Landmarks-Stuyvesant Square

Stuyvesant Square

Stuyvesant Square was laid out in 1836, and the earliest existing houses in the district date to 1842-1843. These Greek Revivals were joined over the decade by elegant Gothic Revival, Italianate, and French Renaissance row houses and turn-of-the-century apartment houses in neo-Renaissance styles. Designated September 23, 1975.

Title: 208 East 17th Street Detail

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Stuyvesant Square

Keywords: Window, ornament

Description: Window detail of building at 208 East 17th Street

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