Originally home to a fancy goods story back in the 1820s, the Cary is nothing short of architectural beauty and style combined to form one building.
Based on a King & Kellum’s Italian Renaissance design with carved pillars and cast iron imitated stone blocks this building marks its place amongst some of the most the most exquisite structures on the block.
Called as “a masterpiece of cast iron design” by Andrew Dolkart and Matthew A. Postal in their 2004 Guide to New York City Landmarks, the building has its facades facing Chambers and Reade Streets with a 200-foot-long brick side wall exposed towards Church Street.
105 Chambers Street
New York, NY 10007
Retail, Sales, Leasing/Rental, Condo (Building)
The sponsor(s) filed plans on 03/07/17 to test the market with a project at 105 Chambers Street with 2 residential units.
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