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Apthorp Mansion, 1790  Columbus Ave and 91st St

Apthorp Mansion, 1790 Columbus Ave and 91st St

Sir Peter Warren's Mansion, early 1800s. Present day Bleeker, W 4th, Charles and Perry Streets

Sir Peter Warren's Mansion, early 1800s. Present day Bleeker, W 4th, Charles and Perry Streets

vintage new york images | ... , which notes the “New and Old Parkhurst Churches” next door

vintage new york images | ... , which notes the “New and Old Parkhurst Churches” next door

Apthorp Farm. New York City history. The grandest place at Bloomingdale was the 268-acre Apthorp Farm. The house itself was built in 1764, located on the line of today's West 91st St., and is the namesake of the famous Edwardian apartment building on 79th and Broadway. Developers pulled it down in 1891.

Apthorp Farm. New York City history. The grandest place at Bloomingdale was the 268-acre Apthorp Farm. The house itself was built in 1764, located on the line of today's West 91st St., and is the namesake of the famous Edwardian apartment building on 79th and Broadway. Developers pulled it down in 1891.

St. Luke's Hospital, early 1900s  Morningside Heights

St. Luke's Hospital, early 1900s Morningside Heights

The Equitable Life Assurance Building was the headquarters of the The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Construction was completed on May 1, 1870 at 120 Broadway in New York City and under the leadership of Henry Baldwin Hyde was the first office building to feature passenger elevators. At a then-record 130 feet (40 m), it is considered by some the world's first skyscraper. The architects were Arthur Gilman and Edward H. Kendall.

The Equitable Life Assurance Building was the headquarters of the The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Construction was completed on May 1, 1870 at 120 Broadway in New York City and under the leadership of Henry Baldwin Hyde was the first office building to feature passenger elevators. At a then-record 130 feet (40 m), it is considered by some the world's first skyscraper. The architects were Arthur Gilman and Edward H. Kendall.

Beach and Varick Streets, south east corner, 1935 & 2012. The marvelous building in the 1935 view is a sad and inexplicable loss.

Community Post: 10 NYC Corners, Then And Now

Beach and Varick Streets, south east corner, 1935 & 2012. The marvelous building in the 1935 view is a sad and inexplicable loss.

1864, a house at 35th Street and 11th Avenue. The country home for a Mr. and Mrs. Adams.

31 Historic Photos Of Midtown West Before the Building Boom

1864, a house at 35th Street and 11th Avenue. The country home for a Mr. and Mrs. Adams.

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