Central Park West--76th Street Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly W. 76th St. btwn. Central Park West and Columbus Ave; CPW btwn. 75th and 77th St; No. 44 on W. 77th St., Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1887-1909
Year Designated: 1973
Year Published: 1973
Architect: G. A. Schillinger, Townsend, Steinle & Haskell, William A. Potter, Cleverdon & Putzel, Schikel & Ditmars, George M. Walgrove, York & Sawyer, Harde & Short
Key words: suburban, wealthy, park, Bloomingdale, Jacob Harsen, John Delaplaine, David Wagstaff, American Museum of Natural History, Manhattan Square, The Great West Side Movement, Leonard Beeckman, Bernard S. Levy, townhouses, town houses, town house, townhouse, brownstone, brown stones, brown stone, brownstones, apartments, museum, church, James Carlew, the Kenilworth, 151 Central Park West, Lenox Realty Company, Herman Goldman, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Eclectic
   French Beaux Arts
   French Renaissance
   French Second Empire
   Italian-Renaissance
   neo-Gothic
   Roman-Inspired
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (73-CPW-76TH-ST.pdf)

Subjects:
   Manhattan Upper West Side
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   New York Buildings
   Central Park West-76th Street Historic District