43 St-Marks Place, 136 Second Avenue; Block 450, lot #3

136 Second Avenue
New York
NY 10003

43 St-Marks Place, 136 Second Avenue; Block 450, lot #3

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Current Use: Residential/Offices/Commercial 6 story building.

History:
- Built in 1937 by Jacob Lubroth (architect);
- Originally owned by Warschauer Haym Salomon Home for the Aged.
- Original Use: Hospital and dormitory
- Renovated in 1989.
- The New York office of the Center for US Ukrainian Relations used to be located here.
- The previous building with this address was run by the Sisters of Divine Compassion. It was an association for befriending children and young girls. Established in 1870, there were 102 girls “cared for” in 1900.

Overall condition:
- Good overall condition.
- Interesting facade/sculpture.

What is there:
- Bar 82;
- The Freedom Ukrainian American Publishing House.
- Apartments.

Location:

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