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The Grace Church in New York


802 Broadway

New York, New York

10003-4831

by

Carlo Bonavita

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION

As the earliest example of Gothic Architecture in New York City, The Grace Church of New York provides a stunning introductory example. Designed by the then unproven young architect, James Renwick Jr., just 24 years old, it served as the beginning of his highly successful career. The church has stood for over 150 years, undergoing several additions as its congregation grew, and is currently undergoing a renovation that will restore the church to its full beauty.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The Grace Church in New York

Location: 802 Broadway at East Tenth Street

Telephone: 212-254-2000

 

Medieval NewYork | Grace Main | History | Gothic Influence | Restoration | Pictures



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