Gansevoort Market Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Hudson St., and Washington St., between West 14th and Horatio St., Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1840 -1982
Year Designated: 2003
Year Published: 2003
Architect: John M. Baker, Charles R. Behrens, Bloch & Hesse, Boring &Tilton, George P. Chappell, Seymour Churgin, Joseph C. Cocker, James W. Cole, Charles H. Cullen, Joseph M. Dunn, Frank Otto Fiedler, Horace Ginsbern & Assocs., John G. Glover, various others
Key words: meatpacking, light industry, factories, lofts, cobblestone, Belgian block paving, marketplace, row houses, townhouses, Vorhees, Walker, Foley & Smith, Charles N. & Selig Whinston, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Arts & Crafts
   Classic Revival
   Gothic-Revival
   Greek Revival
   Modern
   Neo-classical
   Neo-Grec
   Romanesque Revival
   various
   vernacular

Files:
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   View PDF (gansevoortpt2.pdf)

Subjects:
   Gansevoort Market
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Gansevoort Meat Market
   New York Buildings
   New York History