332 West 101st Street



332 West 101st Street


Date: 1900-1901

NB Number: NB 55-1900

Type:  Rowhouse

Architect:  Pelham, George F.

Developer/Owner/Builder: Robert Wallace

NYC Landmarks Designation:  Historic District

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

National Register Designation: N/A

Primary Style:  Beaux-Arts

Primary Facade:   Limestone

Stories: 5

Stoop Type: Unknown

Roof Type/Material: Pitched w/dormers/Slate

Structure:Significant Architectural Features: Original entrance surround with columns and pilasters; balustraded balconette; two story bay; windows with depressed arch surrounds, keystones and cornucopias at second story; eared surrounds with keystones and paneled spandrels at third story; eared surrounds with keystones at fourth story; segmental arch, pressed metal dormers

Building Notes: By 1936, the building had been converted to a rooming house (ALT 2618-1936). It was reconfigured as apartments in 1963 (ALT 517-1963).

Site Features: Metal storage bin for trash receptacles; diamond plate hatch

North Facade: Designed (historic, painted, altered) Stoop: Removed Door(s): Replaced primary door Windows: Replaced (upper stories); replaced (basement) Security Grilles: Not historic (upper stories); not historic (basement) Roof: Possibly historic (pitched – slate) Notable Roof Features: Dormers Cornice: Historic Sidewalk Material(s): Concrete Curb Material(s): Concrete with metal edge Areaway Paving Material: Concrete

Historic District: Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II

Alterations: Doors reconfigured as windows, window as door at first story (prior to the 1980s); lights; postal release box; intercom; conduit; through-wall air conditioners at third story and attic; remote utility meter; spigot; perforated vent; cables; grilles at basement reinforced with metal mesh


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