354 West 11th Street House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

354 West 11th Street


DATE: 1841-42

STYLE: Greek Revival

Greek Revival Manhattan Meatpacking District

Designated 3/6/2007

The 354 West 11th Street House is a relatively rare surviving residential building of the early period of the mixed-use development that came to characterize the far western section of Greenwich Village, which was built up with residences for the middle and professional classes, industry, and transportation and maritime related commerce. It is also one of the best extant examples of the Greek Revival style rowhouses of the 1830s-40s located in the Hudson River waterfront section of Manhattan. The Greek Revival style characteristics of the house are its 3-story height, machine-pressed red brickwork laid in stretcher bond, stoop and areaway with wrought-ironwork, entrance with pilasters, entablature, sidelights, and transom, molded brownstone lintels, and flat roofline.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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