Tribeca South Historic District  
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Full Address: Roughly the western corner of the square area bounded by West Broadway, Worth St., Broadway, and Chambers St, Manhattan, NY
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Year Built: 1810-1938
Year Designated: 1992
Year Published: 1992
Architect: Samuel A. Warner, Isaac F. Duckworth, WIlliam Kuhles, King & Kellum, James H. Hiles, King & Kellum, John B. Snook; Jardine, Murdock & Wright, Edward J. Hurley, Mortmier C. Merritt, Frederick J. Hartwig, Wolins & Bull, Inc., James H. Giles, others
Key words: store buildings, loft buildings, Duane Street, Thomas Street, West Broadway, Chambers Street, Broadway, TriBeCa, textile mills, cast-iron, stone, brick, A. T. Stewart Store, Venetian Palace, Bowen & McNamee Store, wholesale goods, commercial development, "store and loft", Cary Building, Cary Howard & Sanger, 93 Reade Street, 77 Chambers Street, 62-66 Thomas Street, 145 West Broadway, Irving Savings Bank, Trinity Church, "Church Farm", Jacob Pecare, Peddle & Morrison, Lower West Side, Lispenard family, Tuckahoe marble, "store-and-loft", City Hall Park, James Boggs, L. Straus & Sons, Lazarus Straus, Luke K. Holmes, William Henry Jones, Ebenezer Cauldwell, Hubert Van Wageneen, historic district
Notes: District extended in 2002 to include a number of other buildings.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   French Second Empire
   Greek Revival
   Romanesque Revival

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