Appropriate for a French school (which has since decided to move elsewhere), these two buildings are as reminiscent of Paris as any others in New York, not to mention that they may be the most beautiful townhouses in the city. The one on the left, no. 7, was built as a home for businessman Oliver Jennings, and its neighbor was intended as the home of furniture store heir, Henry T. Sloan. He and his wife were divorced less than two years after they moved into it. Publisher Joseph Pulitzer bought it and later sold it to banker James Stillman.
LYCÉE FRANÇAIS DE NEW YORK Photo Gallery