175 East 73rd Street House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

175 East 73rd Street

ARCHITECT: Unknown  

DATE: 1860

STYLE: Italianate

Italianate Manhattan Upper East Side

175 East 73rd Street Building is one of only two surviving rowhouses on this street. It is an excellent example of the modest Italianate style rowhouses built in the early 1860s on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It is representative of the earliest period of speculative development in this area of the city. It  retains fine ornament including a bracketed wooden cornice.  It is a vital component of the unusual group of low-rise buildings on East 73rd Street between Lexington and Third Avenues that consists of carriage houses, residences, a stable, and a garage.

*Photo courtesty of Emilio Guerra (Flickr)

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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