Murray Hill Historic District Extension 
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Park and Lexington Ave, midblock segment from s. side of E. 38th St. to s. side of E. 35th St., Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1863-1955
Year Designated: 2004
Year Published: 2004
Architect: Samuel Edgeson Gage, Greenberg & Ames, John C. Prague,
Key words: rowhouse, row houses, row house, apartment buildings, church, religious institution, Robert Murray, Mary Murray, brownstones, Francis Byrne, Thomas Seir Cummings, Church of the New Jerusalem, Timothy Churchill, Abraham C. Pulling, Thomas Tweddle, Jane Hunt, Johnathan Hunt, David. G. Farragut, Lewis Cass Ledyard, R. H. Robertson, DElancey Nicoll, Dr. Charles Parkhurst, mansion, Charles Isham, Mary Lincoln, William A. Delano, Delano & Aldrich, offices, English basement plan, Henry H. Butterworth, James Chesterman, Thomas Kilpatrick, Daniel Hayden, James F.D. and Harriet Lanier House, Augustus Pearse, Jacov Voorhies, Jr., Kennedy & Haw, townhouses, Arnold & Mowbray, John Coar, historic district extension
Notes: Originally designated 2002. Extension connects Area I and II of original designated area and includes northeast corner of 36th Street and Lexington Avenue, and northeast corner of 37th Street and Lexington Avenue.
Architectural Styles:
   Arts & Crafts
   French Second Empire
   Italianate
   Neo-Georgian
   Second Empire

Files:
   View PDF (2004MurrayHillHDExtension.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Murray Hill
   Murray Hill Historic District