Carnegie Hill Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly the northwest and southeast quadrants of the area bounded by Park Ave., Fifth Ave., 90th St., and 95th St., Manhattan, N
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Year Built: 1870s-1932
Year Designated: 1974
Year Published: 1974
Architect: J. C. Cady & Co., A. B. Ogden & Son, G. A. Schellenger, James Henderson, Robert T. Lyons, Walter Haefeli, Russel & Way, William J. Creighton, Hugo Kafka & Co., William Graul, Louis Entzer, Jr., John Brandt, Walker & Gillette, William Graul, others
Key words: Andrew Carnegie, Freeholders of Harlem, Charles Clinton, George Ehret, Jacob Ruppert, William Goadby Loew, brownstone, F. W. Marks, Dalton School, Walter Reid, brownstones, Spence-Chapin Adoption Service, historic distric
Notes: The Carnegie Hill Historic District was expanded in 1993
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   neo-Federal
   Neo-Georgian
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (CARNEGIE-HILL--HD.pdf)

Subjects:
   Manhattan Upper East Side
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Carnegie Hill
   Carnegie Hill Historic District
   New York Buildings