This beautiful row of Italianate houses, and its neighbors on Kane Street and Tompkins Place, are part of a development created by a New York lawyer named Gerard W. Morris. They avoid the monotony of many row houses through their projecting entranceways and joined pediments. The original ironwork, with a trefoil design, is still intact on most of them.
301–311 CLINTON STREET NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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