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51 Market Street

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Built  1824-25
Designated NYCL  October 14, 1965
Added to NRHP  29 July 1977
NRHP Reference #  77000959
Architectural style  Federal architecture
51 Market Street
Location  51 Market Street Manhattan, New York City
Similar  Sea and Land Church, New York City Police Museum, Bryant Park, Marcus Garvey Park, William Tecumseh Sherman

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51 Market Street, also known as the William and Rosamond Clark House, is a historic house located between Madison and Monroe Streets in lower Manhattan in New York City. The two-story gambrelled house was built in 1824-25 in the late Federal style at a time when the Lower East Side was an affluent residential neighborhood. The original owner was apparently William Clark, a grocer. The upper two stories were added late in the 19th century. The house has been described as a "superb" example of the Federal style.


51 Market Street was designated a New York City landmark in 1965, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

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