182 East 73rd Street Carriage House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

182 East 73rd Street

CLIENT: S. Kayton & Co.

ARCHITECT: Andrew Spense Mayer

DATE: 1890

STYLE: Carriage House

Carriage House Manhattan Upper East Side

The 182 East 73rd Street Building is an example of the type of commercial stable built during the 19th century throughout New York City. Constructed in 1890 to house the S. Kayton & Co. Stable, the building both contrasts with and complements the private carriage houses that line most of East 73rd Street between Lexington and Third Avenues. The stable was designed by Andrew Spense Mayer, the architect of a contemporary group of rowhouses in the Hamilton Heights Historic District(423 West 141st Street and 1-11 Hamilton Terrace, 1888-92).

*Photo courtesy of Emilio Guerra (Flickr)

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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