WEST 39TH STREET


314
- Family Visiting Program. NY State Correctional Services Dept./Parole Division

335
- formerly Troupe Theatre

346
- Formerly German Methodist Episcopal Church
- Formerly Greek Orthodox Congregation of Saints Constantine and Helen, ca 1929

455
- Voorhees College

507-511
- Formerly Catholic Boys Club, ca 1930

ABATTOIR PLACE
- After 1898 slaughtering in Manhattan restricted to 39th Street near the Hudson and at Abattoir Center, near the East River in the East Forties. 5

629-653
- Formerly Joseph Stein & Sons, Inc. slaughter house
- Formerly New York Butchers' Dresses Meat Company 1 , 2

NOTES

1 Christopher Gray, "Street scapes: The New York Butchers' Dresses Meat Company, a Building Long Past Its Prime On a Choice Site For Offices,"  New York Times  14 Jun. 1987.

2 Christopher Gray, Changing New York  (New York: Dover Publications, 1992)

5 Robert A. Stern, Thomas Mellins, and David Fishman,  New York 1880: Architecture and Urbanism in the Gilded Age , (New York: Monacelli Press, 1999) 738-739.



Updated December 1, 2002