83 and 85 Sullivan Street Houses
Built in 1819, this pair of houses still have their original Federal style doorways with leaded transoms , which are among the earliest surviving in the city. The low stoops with wrought-iron railings, Flemish brickwork, and multi-paned wooden sash windows are also original. The houses were originally 2 ½ stories tall, but full third floors were added when the former single-family homes became multiple dwellings. In 1900, No. 85 housed five families.
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