New York’s 190 Bowery is on its way to a rebirth

Landmarks Approves Restoration And Conversion of 190 Bowery
190 Bowery, image by MdeAS Architects

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Landmarks approves restoration and conversion of 190 bowery
190 Bowery, image by MdeAS Architects

190 Bowery is on its way to a rebirth. The building that sits at the corner of Bowery and Spring Street will once again become an office building with ground floor retail, but will keep the graffiti that has accumulated over the years, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

The six-story building was designed by Robert Maynicke and completed in 1899. It served as the offices of Germania Bank (and its future names) until it was sold in 1966 and became a private residence. In 2005, it was designated an individual landmark. Last year, it was purchased by Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty for $55 million. They plan to restore the building and convert it back to office space, with the ground floor for an as yet undetermined retail tenant. []


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