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170 176 John Street Building

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Built  1840 (1840)
Opened  1840
Added to NRHP  13 May 1971
NRHP Reference #  71000546
Area  3,642 m²
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Location  170-176 John Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
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170-176 John Street is a commercial building erected in 1840 facing Burling Slip (now filled in) along the East River in lower Manhattan, New York City. It is one of possibly two surviving granite Greek Revival buildings in New York.

It was originally known as the Hickson W. Field building; later, it was used as a ship chandlery and known as the Baker, Carver & Morrell Building. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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