Tribeca West Historic District  
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Full Address: Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address: Roughly btwn Greenwich Sts and West B'way, btwn. Hubert Street and Reade Street, New York, NY
Year Built: 1807-1989
Year Designated: 1991
Year Published: 1991
Architect: J. Morgan Slade, Edward J. Hurly, Matthew A. Ryan, Bloodgood & Bloodgood, Thomas Jackson, George DaCuha, Stephen Decatur, Kimball & Ihnen, George B. Post, Edward Hale Kendall, Charles C. Haight, George H. Griebel, Irving Kudroff, John Candela, others
Key words: commercial architecture, commercial buildings, ornamental architecture, decorative, cast-ion, cast iron, utilitarianism, vernacular, red brick, Duane Street, St. John's Park, Federal-era, Hugh Getty, "store and loft", Italian palazzo, "commercial palaces", A. T. Stewart Store, John B. Snook, Berger & Baylies, Thomas R. Jackson, Schepp Building, Castree Building, Mercantile Exchange Building, light manufacturing, food processing, tenements, Hook and Ladder Company No. 8, civic architecture, public building, multiple dwellings, Department of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity, James Bogardus Triangle, Butter & Cheese Exchange, historic district
Notes: Modified by City Council, four buildings excluded.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   commercial
   Eclectic
   Federal
   Italianate
   Neo-Grec
   Renaissance
   Renaissance Revival
   utilitarian

Files:
   View PDF (1991TribecaWestHD.pdf)

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