A former manufacturing loft building, 12 Beekman Street was converted into spacious and unique apartments in 1980 by Hurley & Farinella. The original architects were Benjamin Silliman, Jr., who designed nearby Temple Court, and James M. Farnsworth, who was responsible for the additions to another neighbor, the Bennett Building. The cast-iron streetlights in this area, known as bishop’s crooks, were once common throughout the city and are enjoying a comeback in some historic neighborhoods.
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