Sullivan-Thompson Historic District 
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Year Built: 1850
Year Designated: 2016
Year Published: 2016
Architect: Bernstein & Bernstein; Horenburger & Straub; et. al.
Key words: 1850s, Sullivan-Thompson Historic District, Historic District, row houses, tenements, commercial structure, institution, Irish, German, Church of St. Anthony of Padua, Art-Deco, Michael Bernstein, Mitchell Bernstein, Bernstein & Bernstein, August H. Blankenstein, Julius Boekell, George J. Casazza, William H. Cauvet, Arthur Crooks, Dietrich & Smitch, James M. Farnsworth, John M. Forster, Gronenberg & Leuchtag, Charles E. Hodden, Robert Hankinson, John Hauser, Louis F. Heinecke, Horenburger & Bardes, Horenburger & Straub, George Holzeit, William Jose, George Keister, William Kurtzer & Richard Rohl, John P. Leo, Thomas a. McAvoy, John McCool, Charles Mettam, George Herndon Pegram, George F. Pelman, John B. Peterkin, Adolph G. Rechlin, Charles Rentz Jr., Sass & Smallheiser, Schneider & Herter, John P. Schweikert, Nicholas Serracino, Louis A. Sheinart, John Butler Snook, Sommerfeld & Greene, Charles M. Straub, Martin Louis Ungrich, John Philip Voelker, Maximilian Zipkes, William Zschwetzke
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Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   commercial
   Tenement
   various

Files:
   View PDF (2016-Sullivan-Thompson-Historic-District.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Greenwich Village