London Terrace - 1932


London Terrace Ny


The London Terrace, north side of West 23rd Street (on the right), Tenth Avenue corner, looking east. The Empire State Building, completed in the previous year, is seen in the distance. The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower, at Madison Square, is on the right. The elevated line at the corner of 9th Avenue can also be seen. Photo by Irving Underhill, copyright 1932. Source: Library of Congress.

London Terrace is an apartment building complex in the neighborhood of Chelsea, Manhattan, constructed by Henry Mandel, from 1929 to 1930. It occupies the entire block between 9th and 10th avenues and 23rd and 24th Street, replacing historic rowhouses on the site: the old London Terrace houses and the Chelsea Cottages.


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