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135 AND 137 EAST 15TH STREET
Architect: unknown
c.1843 and early 1850s

No. 135No. 137

These two four-story and basement rowhouses were erected in the initial stage of residential development in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. No. 135 is an imposing Greek Revival dwelling with a fine stone entrance enframement and exceptionally well-preserved wrought- and cast-iron railings; its cornice dates from later in the 19th century. No. 137 is a slightly later Italianate house that also retains a handsome stone entrance enframement and original ironwork.

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THIRD AVENUE:

Fifth National Bank
Scheffel Hall


EAST 17TH STREET:

141


EAST 16TH STREET:

134, 136, & 138


EAST 15TH STREET:

Swannanoa
135 & 137


IRVING PLACE:

Consolidated Edison Company


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last revised 31 August 1998

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