SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District Extension 
SoHo Cast Iron Historic District Extension
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Full Address: Crosby Street and portions of Lafayette, Howard, and Centre Streets, while the smaller western section includes buildings on the
Alternative Address:
Year Built: late 1800s
Year Designated: 2010
Year Published: 2010
Architect: Robert Mook, D & J Jardine, Detlef Lienau, Renwick & Sands, Samuel A. Warner, George F. Pelham, Griffin Thomas, Isaac F. Duckworth, Henry Engelbert, John H. Whitenack, John B. Snook, Edward H. Kendall, DeLemos & Cordes, many others
Key words: Houston, SoHo, cast iron, Crosby Street, Lafayette Street, Howard Street, Centre Street, West Broadway, Thompson Street, post-Civil War, store, loft, wholesale dry goods, manufacturing, factory, textiles, clothing, drug wholesalers, toy manufacturers, electrical and hardware suppliers, paper warehouses, electronics fabricators, Italianate, Second Empire, and Queen Anne, Romanesque, Renaissance Revival, Federal Style, Greek Revival, Robert Mook, D & J Jardine, Detlef Lienau, Renwick & Sands, Samuel A. Warner, George F. Pelham, Griffin Thomas, Isaac F. Duckworth, Henry Engelbert, John H. Whitenack, John B. Snook, Edward H. Kendall, DeLemos & Cordes, Albert Buchman, Charles Haight, William Field & Son, John R. Thomas, Schneider & Herter, Oscar S. Teale, dead storage, hells hundred acres, artists, studios, galleries, artist residence, Keith Haring, A.I.R. Gallery, Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend, John Weber, Andre Emmerich, Charles Cowles, Mary Boone, Frank Gehry, upscale, boutiques, restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels, shops, gentrification, SoHo Cast Iron Historic District Extension, SoHo Cast Iron, Cast Iron, historic district extension
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Architectural Styles:
   Federal
   Greek Revival
   Italianate
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque
   Second Empire

Files:
   View PDF (2010-SOHO-CastIronHistoricDistrictExtension.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan SoHo
   Soho-Cast Iron Historic District