New York City Hall (1802-11) & County Courthouse (1861-81) Photos

New York City Hall (1802-11) (Broadway & Chambers St.) by Joseph Francois Mangin & John McComb, Jr. sits at the center of a triangular park edged by a series of architecturally important buildings. Immediately behind City Hall in the same park is the New York County or Tweed Courthouse (1861-81) (52 Chambers St.) by John Kellum & Leopold Eidlitz.

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New York City Hall. New York, NY.Neoclassical entrance of New York City Hall. New York, NY.New York City Hall Park with City Hall & Municipal Building. New York, NY.Fountain in New York City Hall Park. New York, NY.
New York City Hall (1802-11) (Broadway & Chambers St.). New York, NY. Style: Late 19th & 20th C Revivals. Architect: Joseph Francois Mangin & John McComb, Jr.. On National Register.Neoclassical entrance of New York City Hall. New York, NY.New York City Hall (Nathan Hale) Park with City Hall & Municipal Building. New York, NY.Fountain in New York City Hall Park. New York, NY.
Lamp stand in Nathan Hale [aka New York City Hall] Park. New York, NY.Buildings over New York County Courthouse including pyramid-roofed U.S. Courthouse by Cass Gilbert, Jr. New York, NY.New York County or Tweed Courthouse. New York, NY.New York County Courthouse & Municipal Building. New York, NY.
Lamp stand in Nathan Hale [aka New York City Hall] Park. New York, NY.Buildings over New York County Courthouse including pyramid-roofed U.S. Courthouse (1936) by Cass Gilbert, Jr. New York, NY.New York County or Tweed Courthouse (1861-81) (52 Chambers St.). New York, NY. Style: Italianate & Gothic. Architect: John Kellum & Leopold Eidlitz. On National Register.New York County Courthouse & Municipal Building. New York, NY.
Facade of New York County Courthouse. New York, NY.


Facade of New York County Courthouse. New York, NY.



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