AS OF ABOUT 6 MONTHS AGO
7 West 54th Street in Midtown
ARCHITECTURE & HISTORY
Architect John H. Duncan built 7 West 54th Street for Philip Lehman in 1899-1900. Constructed in the French Beaux-Arts style, the house was built the same year that McKim, Mead, and White began construction on the Landmarked University Club located on the northwest corner of West 54th Street and Fifth Avenue. John Duncan was already well known as the designer of the General Grant National Memorial as well as the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, both designated New York City Landmarks.
Among the fashionable, upper-class homes that were erected along the north side of West 54th Street was No. 7 in the popular Beaux Arts style, directly across the street from the substantial brownstone mansion of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. at No. 4. The handsome exterior of the Lehman residence is faced with rusticated limestone th... [more]
Listed at Brown Harris Stevens by Paula Del Nunzio
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New York, NY 10019
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- Listed by Brown Harris Stevens at $65,000,000.