West Chelsea Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by the West Side Highway and Tenth Ave; W. 28th St., and W. 25th, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1885- 2007
Year Designated: 2008
Year Published: 2008
Architect: Clinton & Russell, Cory & Cory, Schickel & Ditmars, John J. Friend, Kossa & Garry Architects, George B. Cornell, Abraham Ratner, Rouse & Goldstone, Tobias Goldstone, Charles H. Caldwell, William Higginson, Cass Gilbert , Francisco & Jacobus, Harris H. Uri
Key words: Hudson River waterfront, industrial neighborhood, industrial buildings, industrial firms, Otis Elevator Company building, Cornell Iron Works, John Williams Ornamental Bronze and Iron Works, Reynolds Metal Company, Augustus Meyers, Berlin Jones Envelope Company,Conley Foil Company building, Latimer E. Jones, New York Lumber Auction Company, lumber yards, Zinn Building, Terminal Warehouse Company central Stores, Hudson River Railroad, The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, R.C. Williams & Co. Building, storage warehouse, Lehigh Valley Railroad, Starrett-Lehigh Building, elevated rail line, Marginal Realty Company, Chelsea Arts Tower, factory, factories, John. M. Cornell, stone yard, Clinton Paper Corporation, gallery space, galleries, Harris Wolff, H. Wolff Book Manufacturing Co., Sophia B. Silleck, West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company, Mutual Paper Co., Inc, Jno. Williams, Inc., Augustus Meyers, Berlin Jones Envelope Company, Simon Zinn, Martin and Arthur Zinn, reinforced concrete, John D. Crimmins, Crimmins Contracting Company, Pennsylvania Railroad Company, William Wickes Rossiter, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   American round-arch
   Daylight Factory
   Gothic-Revival
   Industrial Neo-Classical
   Modern
   vernacular

Files:
   View PDF (2008WestChelseaHistoricDistrict.pdf)

Subjects:
   Manhattan Chelsea
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   West Chelsea Historic District