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Category:478 Broadway

478 Broadway (478-482) between Grand and Broome Streets in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, also known as the Roosevelt Building because it was commissioned by the trustees of Roosevelt Hospital, was built in 1873-74 and designed by Richard Morris Hunt, one of his few surviving buildings in New York City. The building goes through to Crosby Street, where it has the address 40 Crosby Street. Architectural Record said of the building that it was "the most serious attempt to utilize the almost unlimited strength of [cast iron]." (Sources: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.), Access New York City (2000))

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