65, Bleecker Street

One of my readers has kindly alerted me to 65, Bleecker Street, which I might well have passed without paying proper attention and turns out to be a well-preserved work by Louis Sullivan (Frank Lloyd Wright’s lieber meister).   Hard to spot the angels with outstretched arms at the top, added at the behest of Silas Alden Condict, client of the building, after whom it was originally named:-

The details of the façade:-


2 thoughts on “65, Bleecker Street

  1. Richard says:

    One of my favorite buildings in New York; I used to walk by it often. The built environment in that particular neighbourhood is particularly handsome. There are many fine solid buildings mid-19th-C up and down Lafayette Street going north from there, as well as the NoHo Star at Bleecker & Lafayette, a lovely place for a good bite.

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