St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Parish House and Rectory

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

201 West 99th Street and 225 West 99th Street

ARCHITECT: Robert W. Gibson; F. Charles Merry

DATE: 1890-1913

STYLE: Church

Church Manhattan Upper West Side

The remarkably intact trio of buildings belonging to St. Michael’s Protestant Episcopal Church is located on the northwest corner of West 99th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The complexly massed church with campanile anchors the site on the east with the parish house and rectory surrounding a courtyard on the north and west facing West 99th Street.

The public facades of the three buildings are faced with rough-faced Indiana limestone and tan brick with stone and clay-tile detailing; the less visible articulated facades, including the west facades of the west transept, parish house and northwest façade of the church, are executed in red brick. The roofs of the church and the rectory have been re-clad with clay tiles; the roof of the parish house is clad with non-historic asphalt shingles. The complex is enclosed by wrought iron fences and gates, some of which may be historic.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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