Two landmarks added in East Village

Wheatsworth Factory. Image:LPC.

Wheatsworth Factory and Public National Bank of NY designated for unique 1920s architecture. On September 16, 2008, Landmarks voted unanimously to designate the Wheatsworth Factory and the Public National Bank of New York Building as individual City landmarks. Built in the 1920s, both represent strains of 20th century European architecture rarely found in New York.

The Wheatsworth factory, at 444 East 10th Street, was built in 1927-28 by J. Edwin Hopkins as … <Read More>