WEST 52ND STREET


317
-Formerly PS 58 1,2

322


-Radio City Station. US Postal Service 2

325
-Black building 3

419 (417-441)
-Formerly Martha Memorial Reformed Church 1886 2

427
-Covenant House. Mother/Child Program

460-462
-Sacred Heart School 2

JOE HORVATH STREET (10th/11th) 5

500
-Formerly piano factory 6
-Formerly Soundscape (tenant)
-Formerly Clinton Neighborhood Preservation. NYC HPD (tenant)
-A & B Leather & Findings Co. (tenant) 6

511
-Formerly stable

525
-LeNoble Lumber 1970s 6

533-543
-McKinney Welding 6

541
-Formerly Strikers Lane Community Center in 1934 6

548
-John Rooney 5 story brick building in 1875 6
-formerly Society for the Relief of Destitute Children of Seamen 6

549
-Women's Interart Center (tenant) 7
-Ensemble Studio Theatre (tenant)

552
-Formerly General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York until 1926 6
-Formerly Duramold Division of Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation until 1944 6
-Duncan Police Athletic League Center 6

564
-Formerly Hat framers Benjamin Wertheimer and Jacob Hutter in approx. 1875. 6

620-622
-Formerly 2 story frame house

624-Erie Transfer Company 8

626-628
-Formerly 3 story frame house


NOTES

1 Church of the Strangers. Manual of the Church of the Strangers.

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

3 Joan Moulds, "Black Building," Chelsea Clinton News, 3 Aug.1978.

5 "A Life of Giving. Clinton Street Re-naming Honors Joe Horvath," Chelsea Clinton News 13 Aug. 1997: 4.

6 Mary Brendle, "Where the Trains and the Cowboys Roamed. A Look at West 53rd Street," Chelsea Clinton News  24 Feb. 1999: 8.

7 Sainer, Arthur. Interart walks a tightrope. Village Voice 7 Aug. 1984: 85

8 T. J. English, Westies (New York: Putnam, 1990) 5.



Updated May 9, 2000