308 West 107th Street

308 West 107th Street


Date: 1907-1908

NB Number: NB 363-1907

Type:  Rowhouse

Architect:  Neville & Bagge

Developer/Owner/Builder: William J Casey

NYC Landmarks Designation:  Historic District

Landmark Designation Report: Riverside Drive– West End Historic District Extension II

National Register Designation: N/A

Primary Style:  Colonial Revival

Primary Facade:   Brick and Limestone

Stories: 5

Window Type/Material: See Structure

Structure:  Significant Architectural Features: Limestone clad base; short stair leads to central entrance portico with Ionic columns and entablature; iron and glass double leaf doors with transom; secondary entrance in left bay with transom and stone transom bar; denticulated cornice above ground floor; red brick clad upper stories with three story rounded bay; upper stories window openings feature limestone lintels, some keystoned, and deeply projecting, bracketed sills with iron railings; historic wood multi-paned double-hung sash; modillioned cornices above fourth and fifth stories; brick parapet with recessed spandrels; Decorative Metal Work: Iron balconettes at second, third, and fourth stories; stoop handrails

Building Notes: Built as part of a row of four dwellings at 302 to 308 West 107th Street

North Facade: Designed (historic); Door(s): Historic primary door; historic iron-and-glass secondary entrance door Windows: Historic Cornice: Original Sidewalk Material(s): Concrete Curb Material(s): Granite Areaway Wall/Fence Materials: Non-historic iron fence Areaway Paving Material: Concrete with concrete stair to basement

Historic District: Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II


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