Category:Potter Building (Manhattan)
|Location||Manhattan, United States of America|
The Potter Building, at 38 Park Row on the corner of Beekman Street, a full-block building also known as 145 Nassau Street, in the Civic Center neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, was built in 1882-86 and was designed by Norris G. Starkweather in a combination of the Queen Anne and neo-Grec styles, as an office building. It employed the most advanced fireproofing methods then available, and its terra-cotta detailing provoked the developer, Orlando B. Potter, to start his own terra cotta company. The building was converted into apartments in 1979-81, and was designated a NYC landmark in 1996. (Source: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.))
Media in category "Potter Building (Manhattan)"
The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total.
- (King1893NYC) pg831 POTTER BUILDING. PARK ROW, NASSAU AND BEEKMAN STREETS.jpg 1,303 × 1,985; 1.85 MB
- New York City by Augusto Janiscki Junior - Flickr - AUGUSTO JANISKI JUNIOR (1).jpg 2,592 × 3,456; 4.66 MB
- Potter Building Rural New Yorker Park Row NYC.jpg 605 × 760; 63 KB
- Potter Building.jpg 1,423 × 2,232; 798 KB
- Potter Nassau Beekman jeh.JPG 3,168 × 4,224; 1.49 MB
- Potter Parkrow Beekman jeh.JPG 3,168 × 4,224; 1.47 MB