Manhattan Landmarks-Greenwich Village Extension I and Extension II

Greenwich Village Extension I and Extension II

Greenwich Village became a village after the American Revolution. The 1807-11 gridiron street plan bypassed the Greenwich Village historic districts and the area kept its low scale nature. The district is known for its collection of early New York row houses in a variety of styles including Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, French Second Empire, Neo-Grec and Queen Anne. Designated: Ext I May 2, 2006  Ext II -June 22, 2010
Manhattan-greenwich Village extension 2

Title: Manhattan-greenwich Village extension

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Greenwich Village  Extension I and Extension II

Keywords:  row house,Father Demo Square and Our Lady of Pompeii Church

Description: Father Demo Square and Our Lady of Pompeii Church (Matthew Del Gaudio, 1926-28), Bleecker and Carmine Streets

Image From the LPC Greenwich Village Extension II Designation Report-Christopher D. Brazee, 2010

Designation Report: Extension I  Extension II

 

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