67 East 93rd Street House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

67 East 93rd Street

ARCHITECT: Delando & Aldrich

DATE: 1931

Manhattan Upper East Side

Designated 7/23/1974

The four-story house is built of red brick laid in English bond and is carefully designed to harmonize with the larger Baker complex. The main doorway on the ground floor is enframed by stone and surmounted by an striking arched “broken” pediment enframing a motif of paired dolphins with central finial that includes the house number. A leaf-and-tongue molding decorates the lower chord of this pediment which is supported on console brackets. The subordinate service door is capped by a lintel with Greek fret motif at the ends. At the mezzanine above the first floor, small square vindm-rs are accented by stone enframements.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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