NoHo Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Houston St. and East 9th St., btwn. Mercer St., and Cooper Square, Manhattan, NY
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Year Built: 1828-1929
Year Designated: 1999
Year Published: 1999
Architect: Francis H. Kimball, F.H. Klie, Louis Sullivan, Lyndon P. Smith, Richard Berger, Stephen Decatur Hatch, Griffith Thomas, John P. Snook, Henry Fernbach, H.J. Schwarzmann & Co., Robert Maynicke, George B. Post, DeLemos & Cordes, Cleverdon & Putzel, others
Key words: commercial, residential, retail district, offices, A.T. Stewart, cast-iron, terra-cotta, Queen Anne, Romanesque, Neo-Grec, Colonial Revival, Houston Street, store and loft, "store and loft", commercial, merchants, dry goods, warehouses, Schermerhorn Building, Cable Building, factory, printing office, Daniel D. Badger, office building, Henry Corn, B. Lichtenstein, Manhattan Savings Institution, bank, bank and lofts, bank-and-lofts, store-and-loft, Peter Banner, historic district
Notes: Consists of roughly 125 buildings.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   Chicago School
   Classic Revival
   Colonial Revival
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival

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