Upper East Side


East 60s

04.05.87 Metropolitan Club, 1 East 60th St. (1892) McKim, Mead & White

04.12.87 e Holdout rowhouse, 134 East 60th St. (1865) James F. Meehan Error: The building is not a "town house" but a rowhouse.

03.27.94 Provident Loan, 153 East 60th (1930) Renwick, Aspinwall & Guard

02.18.90 Bloomingdale's brownstones, 162-170 East 60th St. (1868/1887) Schwarzmann & Buchman/ Buchman & Deisler/ Buchman & Fox/ Starrett & Van Vleck/ Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman & Efron/ Conklin & Rossant

04.10.94 Hotel Pierre, sec 61st & Fifth (1930) Schultze & Weaver

03.01.98c Q&A Teddy Roosevelt house, sec 62nd & Madison (1880) Correction: The photograph of Theodore Roosevelt's house. The photograph, made in 1901, is reproduced from the collection of Corbis-Bettmann. -

01.25.98 c Abigail Adams Smith Museum, 421 East 61st (1799) Correction: The article refers incorrectly to James Stuart, who mentioned the building in an 1833 account, as "Earl of Lenox". But he was the 4th Duke of Lennox [cq], 1612- 1655. The article also mispells the name of Lewis B. "Gautrey"; his name is Lewis B. Gawtry. --

02.07.99 Fabbri house, 11 East 62nd (1900) Haydel & Shepard/Grosvenor Atterbury Correction: The column referred to Sharon Baum as the owner's exclusive broker. But the sale that actually closed predated her exclusive agreement, and the brokers who represented the owner were Jason Kling and Alan M. Simon, both at that time with Simon Rudd Associates.

03.21.99 Brownstones, East 62nd, Third to Second (1920s) Raymond Hood/ Frederick Sterner/ Josephine Wright Chapman/ Grosvenor Atterbury/ Walter Melvin/ Preserv

03.04.90 Q&A: rowhouse, 16 East 63rd St. (1876) Inslee

02.14.88 Leonori, sec 63rd St. & Madison (1902/1922) Buchman & Fox/ Jardine, Hill & Murdock05.31.92 L Keller School, 35 East 62nd (1905) George Keller

10.25.92 Hatch residence, 153 East 63rd Street (1919) Frederick Sterner/ 1100 Architects

06.22.97 East 64th Street, Lexington to Third - the replacement of charm by cash Frederick Sterner / James Casale / Frank Forster / Robert D. Graham / John W. Cross / William L. Bottomley / Ralph Albanese / George Rycar / Gilles Depardon / Robert Scarano / Kenneth Barricklo

06.25.89 e Stone House, 130 East 64th St. (1878/1956) James E. Ware/ Edward Durell Stone Error: Mr. Stone's second wife, mentioned in the article, is Maria, not Violet.

06.08.97 Franklin Delano Roosevelt house, 47 East 65th (1908) Charles Platt Correction: FDR was not appointed Secretary of the Navy, but Assistant Secretary of the Navy. FDR got polio. Campobello Island, which is not in Maine but in Canada.

12.07.97 Q&A: Sterner house, swc 65th & Lexington (1879/1923) Frederick J. Sterner / Fisher & Jirouch

12.28.97 e Jones Wood Association, East 65th / East 66th, Lexington / Third. (1868, 1920) John B. Snook / Hewitt & Emerson

09.05.93 Q&A: Beekman Theater, 65th & Third (1952) SOM/ Fellheimer & Wagner

10.23.94 Scribner House, 9 East 66th (1912) Ernest Flagg

06.07.92 Q&A: marquee, 139 East 66th (1918) Rouse& Goldstone

04.12.98 c Manhattan House, 200 East 66th (1951) - surrounding buildings Skidmore Owings & Merrill / Mayer & Whittlesey / Carlisle Johnson / Fellheimer & Wagner Correction: The architect's name is Albert Mayer, not Charles Mayer. c Cities Service Building, 70 Pine Street (1932) Clinton & Russell/Holton & George
Correction: The Building where Doherty lived and worked, 24 State Street, was at the corner of State and Bridge Street, not State and Liberty Street. Liberty Street does not intersect with State Street. Not even close.

09.20.92 Apartment, 2 East 67th Street (1930) - addressmanship Rosario Candela

05.03.98 Dispensary, Police Station, Firehouse and Synagogue on East 67th, Lexington to Third (1880s) Brunner & Tryon/Buchman & Deisler/N. D. Bush/Napoleon LeBrun/Schneider & Herter/Stein White/Dan Peter Kopple/Perserv

06.13.93 Q&A: Bradley rowhouses, 4-6 East 68th (1881) John G. Prague

06.05.94 Q&A: 5 East 68th/8 East 69th (1892/1894) - curious duplicate houses Peabody & Stearns

East 70s

04.26.92 Paine garage, 40 East 70 (1918) C. P. H. Gilbert/ Giorgio Cavaglieri/ Gerhard Karplus

10.20.91 St. James' Church, nec 71st & Madison (1885/1920's/1930's/1937/1950) Robert H. Robertson/ Ralph A. Cram/ Grosvernor Atterbury/ Richard Kimball/ Buttrick White & Burtis

10.23.88 Q&A: Relocated wooden house, nwc 71st & York/121 Charles St. William Shopsin

08.13.89 Sokol Hall, 420 East 71st St. (1896) Julius Franke

09.29.96 19 East 72nd Street (1937) Rosario Candela/ Mott Schmidt/ Carl Paul Jennewein

12.14.97 The "Black and Whites" - Social Register Tenements, 535-541 East 72nd (1894, 1938) Sacchetti & Siegel

04.20.97 East 73rd Street carriage houses (1880's-1906) Richard Morris Hunt/ Thomas Rae/ Charles Romeyn/ William Schickel

06.02.91 Q&A: Train house, 113 East 73rd (1908) George B. Post

05.28.89 Q&A: Whitney brownstones, nec 74th & Madison (1877) Silas M. Styles

06.26.88 Q&A: Garages, 168-176 East 75th St. (1903) Hill & Stout

09.06.92 Q&A: Young fish market, sec 75th & Lex (1878/1926) Schwartz & Gross

11.09.97 Tenement, northeast corner 75th & Park (1891/1923) Lorenz Weiher / Schwartz & Gross Correction: The mansions rising on Fifth Avenue were not "two blocks east" but west of Park Avenue - just like Krakatoa, Fifth Avenue is to the west.

11.24.96 East 75th Street Syndicate block, Lexington to Third (1920's) Mott Schmidt/ Polhemus, McKenzie & Coffin/Harry Clawson/ Bronson Binger/ Francis D. Rogers

03.04.90 Q&A: Imperial, 55 East 76th St. (1883) F. T. Camp

09.01.91 Q&A: Cornell Memorial Church, East 76th (1872/1883) --

12.30.90 St. Jean Baptiste Church, sec 76th St. & Lexington Avenue (1914) Nicholas Serracino

02.22.98 Ford / Kerrigan house, 53 East 77th Street (1901/1927) Henry Rutgers Marshall / Paul Hunt / Gerhard Heusch

12.03.95 Q&A: Edith Wharton stable, 111 East 77th (1896) McCafferty & Buckley

11.29.92 L Brinckerhoff Stable, 123 East 77th (1882) A. B. Ogden/ William Ballard/ Alfredo deVido

12.03.89 Q&A: Brearley tenement, 219 East 77th St. (1883) A. B. Ogden

05.10.87 Goelet Piggybacks, nwc 77th & Third (1937) E. H. Faile\

01.23.94 Duke mansion, nec 78th & Fifth (1912) Horace Trumbauer/ Julian Abele

06.02.91 Q&A: Townhouse, 4 East 78th Street (1888) Edward Kilpatrick

07.03.88 L Junior League Home, nwc 78th St. & East River (1912/1979) Philip Ohm

12.06.93 c Q&A: Hoyt house, nwc 79th & Park (1916) Howells & Stokes/ Philip Birnbaum Correction: The picture caption says 70th and Park, but 79th is the correct location.

11.03.96 Fletcher house, 2 East 79th (1898) C. P. H. Gilbert/ Joseph Levine

09.07.97 East 79th Street, Park to Lexington, (1870/1910's) Foster, Gade & Graham / Mott Schmidt

 

East 80s

05.17.98 Townhouses, East 80th, Fifth to Madison (1870s-1920s) P. H. Gilbert/Charles Graham/Albert Mayer/ Hottenroth Joseph/Alan Wanzenberg

10.18.98 Mansions, 116-130 East 80th Street (1923/1929) Mott Schmidt/Cross & Cross/Preserv Correction: The house at No. 116, sold for $11 million a decade ago, holds the record for the highest sales price of a house on the block, not in the city.

9.05.93 Q&A: Maxine Elliott house, 3 East 81st (1908) Hunt & Hunt

10.26.97 2 East 82nd Street (1900) 3 East 82nd Street (1901) Schickel & Ditmars / Janes & Leo / Cicognani Kalla

06.04.95 Q&A: Silberstein duplex, 130 East 82nd St. (1882) William F. Burroughs

05.28.89 Q&A: Emanu-El Sisterhood, 320 East 82nd St. (1900) Janes & Leo

08.21.92 e Brearley School , 610 East 83rd - tradition of high-rise school buildings (1930) Henry Rutgers Marshall/ McKim, Mead & White/ Benjamin W. Morris/ Platt & Byard/ Robert Silman Error: one of the picture captions locates the second school at 62nd and Park, but it was 61st.

03.01.92 Q&A: Italian Hospital, 83rd & East River Gaetan Ajello

11.12.95 Patterson apartment house, 3 East 84th (1928) Raymond Hood

12.01.91 Q&A: rowhouses, nwc 84th & Madison (1891) John H. Duncan/ "Sachervell Mongoose"

01.17.93 White brick apartment fix-up, 200 East 84th (1962) Leo Stillman/ Andrew Fredman

03.03.96 Q&A: The Fifth Avenue, sec 85th & Fifth (1890/1925) Frank Wennemer/ Philip Braender/ J. E. R. Carpenter

09.06.98 Q&A: Hamersley townhouse, 84th & Fifth (1900)

08.07.94 Morris house, sec 85th & Park (1914) Ernest Flagg

06.07.92 Q&A: firehouse, 159 East 85th (1863) --

11.13.88 Sidewalk clock, 85th St. & Third Avenue (1898?) E. Howard Clock Co.

12.06.92 Q&A: Ormonde, 101 East 86th (1887) John G. Prague

06.07.98 Q&A: Women Elevator Operators, 103 East 86th Street (1913-14) Schwartz & Gross

08.14.88 L Manhattan, swc 86th St. & Second Avenue (1880) Charles W. Clinton

12.18.88 Park Avenue, 86th to 96th (1910's/1920's) Fred F. French/ Rosario Candela/ Delano & Aldrich/ William L. Bottomley/ Mott Schmidt/ DePace & Juster/Schwartz & Gross

06.04.89 Alan Garage, 154-164 East 87th St. (1930) James H. Galloway/ Frank J. Schefcik

12.01.91 Q&A: Flats vs. brownstones, East 87th, York to East End Avenue (1870's/1890's) --

03.15.87 Bohemian Hall, 325 East 87th St. (1896) William C. Frohne

03.04.90 Q&A: Cavinato, sec 87th St. & Lexington Avenue (1891) Albert Huttira

06.25.95 Holy Trinity Church, 320 East 88th (1899/1959) Barney & Chapman/ Henry Holiday/ Robert Sowers/ Frank & Walter Eberhart/ William Stivale/ Anthony Guidice

01.15.89 Rhinelander Industrial School, 350 East 88th St. (1891/1958) Vaux & Radford/ Anthony Caine

09.01.91 Q&A: Thaw house, 4 East 89th (1904) Israels & Harder

04.02.89 Church of the Beloved Disciple, 65 East 89th St. (1870) Hubert & Pirsson/ Buttrick, White & Burtis

East 90s

10.12.97 c Church of the Heavenly Rest, 90th & Fifth (1928) Mayers, Murray & Phillip / Allen, Harbinson Correction: The Day School is now The Trevor Day School.

02.24.91 McAlpin house, 9 East 90th Street (1903) George Keister/ Almus Pratt Evans Error: Along with numerous typos and mangling of text, Roswell Miller was the husband of Margaret Carnegie, not her son. The statement that the district proposal did not included "9 East 90th Street or the McAlpin house" is ridiculous - they are the same thing. And the Cooper-Hewitt Museum says it is pleased with the PROPOSED Landmark designation.

12.23.90 Andrew Carnegie Garage, 55 East 90th St. - multiple expansions (1905/1914/1964) Whitfield & King/ Ferdinand Gottlieb/ George Feher

12.06.92 Q&A: St. Joseph's Asylum, 402 East 90th (1898/1918/1986) A. F. A. Schmitt

02.27.94 Kahn Mansion, nec 91st & Fifth (1919) C. P. H. Gilbert/ J. Armstrong Stenhouse/ Building Conservation Associates

09.15.91 Carnegie Mansion, 91st & Fifth (1902) Babb, Cook & Willard

07.10.94 Burden house, 7 East 91st (1905) Warren, Wetmore & Morgan

03.18.90 Hammond House, 9 East 91st St. (1903) Carrere & Hastings/ William B. Gleckman

08.11.91 e Warburg Mansion, 92nd & Fifth (1908) C. P. H. Gilbert/ Emery Roth/Kevin Roche Error: Gilbert was a specialist in mansions not "museum design

08.23.87 L Graham rowhouses, 4-18 East 92nd St. (1892) - historic district discrepancy Thomas Graham

11.22.98 Wooden houses, 120-122 East 92nd; 160 East 92nd; 128 East 93rd E. L. Roberts/Francis H. Kimball/ William H. Day/Roz Li

05.19.91 Wooden house, 128 East 93rd Street (1866/1922) Edmund Waring

08.28.88 Rowhouses, 134-138 East 93rd St. (1862) --

10.22.89 Palmer/Baker House, nwc 93rd St. & Park Avenue (1917/1928Delano & Aldrich/ Walker & Gillette

12.19.93 "Yes, Virginia" house, 115 East 95th (1880's) Charles T. Mott

2.03.89 Q&A: Garages, nec 97th & Park (1922) Nathan Rotholz

East 100s

05.29.88 P.S. 72, swc 106th St. & Lexington (1882) David Stagg

12.04.94 Q&A: Peace House, nec 109th & Fifth (1923) Fred F. French

 

Fifth Ave

09.26.93 "Wild" garden, 1107 Fifth Avenue (1986) William L. Rouse/ Alice Ireys/ Penelope Maynard/ Jeannette Anderson

01.11.98 Archer Huntington house / National Academy of Design Museum, 1083 Fifth Avenue (1902/1913) Turner & Kilian / Ogden Codman

06.12.94 L 1050 Fifth Avenue (1961) - modern building included in historic district Wechsler & Schimenti

03.12.95 James T. Lee, Developer: 998 Fifth, 280 Riverside, Shelton Hotel, 740 Park (1910's/1920's) Willliam Rouse/ McKim, Mead & White/ Arthur Loomis Harmon/ Rosario Candela

02.04.96 Payne Whitney house, 972 Fifth (1909) - "Michaelangelo" statue McKim, Mead & White

09.01.96 Q&A: Simpson house, 925-926 Fifth (1899) C. P. H. Gilbert

09.05.92 e Q&A: 910 Fifth Avenue (1920/1955) Fred F. French/ Sylvan & Robert Bien Error: Mr. Bien's firm is the Eggers Group, not Eggers & Higgins.

 

Park Ave

01.22.95 1088 Park Avenue (1926) - new vs. old windows Mott Schmidt

03.02.97 Q&A: Ginsberg store, 1082 Park (1887/1925) F. T. Camp/ A. N. Allen

11.07.93 Apartment, 1040 Park Avenue (1925) - animal sculpture Delano & Aldrich

12.03.89 Q&A: 1040 Park Avenue (1925) Delano & Aldrich03.06.94 Q&A: 940 Park Avenue (1926) George & Edward Blum

01.22.89 Q&A: 863 Park Avenue (1908) Pollard & Steinam

03.29.92 Apartment, 829 Park Avenue (1911) - window colors Pickering & Walker

07.04.93 Foreclosed apartment house, 823 Park Avenue (1912/1942) - the Depression on Park Avenue A. D. Pickering/ Louis S. Weeks

09.06.92 Q&A: 820 Park Avenue (1926/1941) Harry Allan Jacobs/ Cross & Cross

10.21.90 740 Park Avenue (1930) Arthur Loomis Harmon/ Rosario Candela/Feld, Kaminetsky & Cohen

03.12.95 James T. Lee, Developer: 998 Fifth, 280 Riverside, Shelton Hotel, 740 Park (1910's/1920's) Willliam Rouse/ McKim, Mead & White/ Arthur Loomis Harmon/ Rosario Candela

11.22.92 Limited height apartment house, 655 Park Avenue (1924) Mott Schmidt/ J. E. R. Carpenter/ Delano & Aldrich

03.26.89 N Howell townhouse, 603 Park Avenue (1920/1934) Lund & Gayler/ Philip Johnson Note: Two period sources cite Cross & Cross as the architect of the house, but Lund & Gayler drew the plans.

01.06.91 e Vacant apartment house, 515 Park (1912) Denby & Nute Error: The first luxury apartment house was 449 Park, not 479. The Mineola Garage was at the northeast corner of 59th, not 60th.

 

Madison Ave.

09.29.91 Weyhe Shop, 794 Madison (1923) Henry S. Churchill/ Henry Varnum Poor/ Rockwell Kent

01.07.90 e Herter House/White, Allom store, 817 Madison Avenue (1893/1920's) Carrere & Hasting/ Charles Allom/ Phelps Barnum/ Laboratorio Associati Error: The 1951 photograph should be credited Office for Metropolitan History. Roy Euker ct.Karfunkle

01.31.88 e Buek rowhouse, 1020 Madison (1913) S. Edson Gage Error: The architect was S. E. Gage, not "F. E. Gage".


01.17.88 Sliver rowhouse, 1451 Lexington (1879) Thom & Wilson

09.02.90 e Q&A: Rowhouse, 154 East End Avenue (1882/1896) Lamb & Rich/ Charles B. Meyers Error: The lead reading "The Steuben doorway..." should in fact read "The stoop and doorway...."

11.01.92 Apartment, 10 Gracie Square (1930) Pennington & Lewis/ Van Wart & Wein/ Darius Toraby

12.26.93 7 Gracie Square - complete facade replacement (1929) Arthur Crisp/ George B. Post/Feld, Kaminetsky & Cohen