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HPF Loan Helps Restore Upper West Side Rowhouse

The New York City Historic Properties Fund recently completed work at a small co-op building in the Upper West Side/Central Park West Historic District designed by architect Henry J. Hardenbergh.

This building at 156 West 73rd Street was originally part of eight upscale Renaissance Revival rowhouses completed in 1881, today the easternmost building remains the sole survivor.

The $350,000 loan financed restoration work on the building envelope.

Learn more about the Historic Properties Fund loan program.

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