Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine and the Cathedral Close 
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Full Address: 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY.
Alternative Address: 1021-1061 Amsterdam Avenue, 419 West 110th Street, Manhattan, NY.
Year Built: 1892-unfinished
Year Designated: 2017
Year Published: 2017
Architect: Heins & LaFarge; Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson; et. al.
Key words: 1890s, Cathedral, Church, Saint John, Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, John the divine, religion, Morningside Heights, Bishop Horatio Potter, Bishop Henry Codman Potters, Heins and LaFarge, Romanesque, Byzantine, Gothic, French Gothic, Ralph Adams Cram, Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson, stained glass windows, Cathedral Close, Greek revival style, neo-gothic style, the Acropolis, Joseph Trench, Samuel Thomson, The Choir School, Polshek Partnership Architects, Museum of Religious Art, Robert Silman Associates, Ithiel Town Building, Leake & Watts Orphan Asylum, Episcopal, Christopher Grant LaFarge, Henry Hobson Richardson, J.P Morgan, Levi P. Morton, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Babb, Cook & Willard, New York Training School for Deaconesses, William Reed Huntington, Grace House Training School, St. Faiths House, Cook & Welsh, Winthrop A. Welsh, Synod House, Deanery, Bishop House, Charles Gilbert, Adams & Woodbridge, Walter, Hoyle, Doran & Berry, Grant LaFarge, unfinished
Notes: East Wings Demolished 1949
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