240-242 East 9th St Lot 33

240-242 East 9th Street
New York
NY 10003

240-242 East 9th St Lot 33

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Type of resource: Private home and bar
Original use: Residential
Current use: Private home and bar
Over all condition:fair
Explain: The building is preserved nice overall but gets some graffiti on the wall
Description of resource: It is 6 –story brick building, the decoration at first and second floor(brown bricks) outside the building is unique from other parts(red bricks)It looks like an ordinary resident building but it has a Japanese Sake bar hidden on the basement.
History of resource: According to a new building application filed in 1903, this building was constructed of brick and it was to be used as commercial space and a tenement. Architect was Sass & Smallheiser and the owner was Mishkind & Feinberg
Architect: Sass & Smallheiser
Owner: Mishkind & Feinberg

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