Hamilton-Holly House

4 St. Mark’s Place, Manhattan. On October 19, 2004, Landmarks designated, as an individual landmark, the 1831 East Village federal style town house, which in 1833 became the home of Col. Alexander Hamilton, son of Alexander Hamilton.

The Hamilton-Holly House, a residential and retail town house at 4 St. Mark’s Place in the East Village, is notable for its distinctive 26-foot width and 3- 1 12 story height as well as its varied history for housing several East Village theatrical groups. The designation was recommended by several preservation groups and supported by State Senator Thomas Duane, State Assembly member Deborah Glick and Council Member Margarita Lopez.

Designation List 357, LP-2157, October 19, 2004.

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