WEST 51ST STREET


Block Association 1


306
- The Lincoln 2, 3

318
- The Washington 2

323
- Formerly home of George Washington Plunkitt

324
- The Jefferson 2

335
- St. Paul's House 4, 5, 6

341
- Women In Need 15

343
- Hannah House 15

350
- St. Clare's Family Health Center 7

414
- Formerly Liberty Council 5
- National Shakespeare Co/Cubiculo Theatre

415
- St. Clare's Hospital & Health Center 4, 5, 8

418
- Diamond-Sokolow Dance Studio, tenant 9

436
See 435 W. 50th

444
- Formerly E. E. McManus Democratic Club 5

451-457
- Formerly Plymouth Baptist Church
- Sacred Heart Church 5 , 10 , 11 , 16

505
- Clinton Manor 12

535
- Building 13

545-547
- Formerly model Tenement, 1908, designed by Howells & Stokes

553
- Irish Arts Center 14

NOTES

1 "West 51st Street residents unite," Chelsea Clinton New 8/12/71.

2 Thomas E. Norton. Living It Up. (New York: Atheneum, 1984).

3 J. Watkins Strouss. "Tenants Win Settlement," Clinton Chronicle. June/July 1996: 3.

4 Member of Clinton Planning Council 1960's.

5 Directory of Agencies of the Chelsea-Clinton Welfare and Health Council, December 1954.

6 "9th Avenue Association honors David Burns, Director of St. Paul's House" Clinton Chronicle. May 1993: 3

7 Al Amateau, "Building a Better Clinton," Chelsea Clinton New [date unknown] S4.

8 Peter Freiberg, "The St. Clare's Project," New York Post 3 Jan. 1972.

9 Jay Albany, "Movement Afoot in Clinton, Dance Studio Dedicated to Historic Hoofer," Chelsea Clinton News 2 Sep. 1998: 1.

10 Bruce Lambert, "Point-Counterpoint/A Church vs. 'Sleepers'," New York Times 15 Oct. 1995: CY 6.

11 N.Y.C. Landmarks Preservation Commission. Midtown West Survey. p. 178.

12 Angela Diaz, Letter, "Lottery uproots Clinton homes," Chelsea Clinton News 8 July 1981.

13 Marcia Kramer, "W. Side Uprising," Daily News 6 Apr. 1986: 19.

14Meyer Berger, Meyer Berger's New York. 1960.

15 "Transitional housing for 75 women and children," Chelsea Clinton News 29 Jan. 1997: 9.

16 Robert A. Stern, Thomas Mellins, and David Fishman, New York 1880: Architecture and Urbanism in the Gilded Age, (New York: Monacelli Press, 1999) 322. [see footnotes for additional sources.]



Updated May 7, 2000