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Built c. 1820, these mansions on Bowling Green were elegant homes in what was then the most fashionable residential district of the City. When the well-to-do moved to midtown, they became the offices of several foreign consulates and steamship companies, and were known as 'Steamship Row.'   They were demolished in 1898 to make way for the Custom house.

Steamship Row at Bowling Green

Cichanowicz Callan Keane & De May, LLP

Joseph De May, Jr.


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