77 St. Marks Place, Block 450, Lot #36

77 St. Marks Place
New York
NY 10003

77 St. Marks Place, Block 450, Lot #36

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Current Use:
- Residential/Commercial 5 story building.

- Original use: Residential;
- Built in 1845;
- Original owner: J. Snediker;
- Poet W. H. Auden (2.21.1907 - 9.27.1973) lived here from 1952 to 1973.
- The basement of this building was the location where the newspaper Novy Mir ("New World" or "New Peace"), a Russian-language Communist paper, was founded in 1916. It was edited by Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin, and Leon Trotsky worked there. The paper stop publishing after the Russian Revolution of October 1917.

Overall Condition:
- Excellent overall condition.

What is there:
- La Palapa, Cocina Mexicana;
- Apartments.


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