Tribeca North Historic District  
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Full Address: Roughly btwn Hubert and Vestry St., btwn West and Varick Sts; area btwn Washington and Hudson Sts., Watts and Vestry, Manhattan,
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Year Built: 1811-1958
Year Designated: 1992
Year Published: 1992
Architect: Henri Fouchaux, George E. J. Pistor, Lama & Proskauer, Louis Korn, Lionel Moses, James E. Ware, Wagner & Jahn, Victor A. Bark, Jr., Louis A. Sheinary, Saul Goldsmith, R. W. Tieffenberg, William J.Fryer , Lansing C. Holden, George W. DaCunha, others
Key words: TriBeCa, Trinity Church, "store and loft", store and loft, lofts, store, warehouse, commercial buildings, utilitarian, Rundbogenstil, Hubert Street, Greenwich Street, Laight Street, Holland Tunnel Administration Building, Deitz Building, tea and coffee wholesalers, "Church Farm", Greenwich Street, Hudson River, Hudson River wharves, Washington Market, Eerie Railroad, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, poultry, vegetables, Hudson River Railroad Company, St. John's Freight Terminal, Tenth Avenue Line, commercial district, tenement district, public warehouses, Civil War, Consolidated Terminal Company, sugar refineries, Edward Swift, Semon Bache, James Pyle, Robert E. Dietz, American Steel Wool Manufacturing Corporation, Henry Welsh, Harrel Soap Company, National Spice Mill, Bernard-Greenwood Company, Joan A. Roebling's Sons Company, Samuel Crooks & Company, William A. Leggettt & Company, Varick Realty Company, Samuel Well, West Side Improvement, Mixed Use District, stables, garages, garage, freight terminal, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Mid-twentieth century commercial
   Renaissance
   Romanesque Revival
   Rundbogenstil
   utilitarian

Files:
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Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Tribeca
   Adaptive Reuse
   New York Buildings
   Tribeca North Historic District