311 West 100th Street

311 West 100th Street


Date: 1900-1901

NB Number: NB 1228-1900

Type:  Rowhouse

Architect:  Janes & Leo

Developer/Owner/Builder: James Livingston

NYC Landmarks Designation:  Historic District

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

National Register Designation: N/A

Primary Style:  Renaissance Revival

Primary Facade:   Brick and Limestone

Stories: 5 and basement

Structure:  Significant Architectural Features: Rusticated stone base; three story bowed bay with modillioned cornice and railing; stoop with extended landing, cheek walls with ball finials; stone step at service entrance; entrance surround with engaged columns and entablature; balconette above entrance; Greek key stringcourse; flared lintels with keystones at first, third, and fourth stories; windows with full surrounds and bracketed hoods at second story; spandrel panels with swags at third story; quoins at fourth story; eared lintels at fifth story; cornice with swags; Decorative Metal Work: Possibly historic metal and glass doors (main and service); balconette; railing on top of bay; possibly historic grille

Site Features: Storage bin for trash receptacles; gooseneck pipe; diamond plate hatch covered with mat

South Facade: Designed (historic, painted) Stoop: Painted Door(s): Possibly historic primary door; possibly historic door at service entrance Windows: Replaced (upper stories); replaced (basement) Security Grilles: Possibly historic (upper stories); possibly historic (basement) Cornice: Historic Sidewalk Material(s): Concrete Curb Material(s): Stone

Historic District: Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II

Alterations: : Non-historic stoop railings; remote utility meter; wires; lights


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