93 COURT STREET, Downtown

by Kevin Walsh

According to the NY Times’ architecture historian Christopher Gray, this charming Tudoresque building on Court Street between Livingston and Schermerhorn was constructed in 1927 as the offices of architects Samuel Malkind and Martyn Weinstein, who left their “coat of arms”: their surnames’ initials, a T-square and triangle in a shield.

An exterior stucco job has obscured many of the original details, as Montrose Morris shows in Brownstoner.


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