(l.) 97 University Place. This 10-story neo-Classical building was constructed in 1889 and designed by William C. Hazlett. For at least 60 years, it has housed the offices of the Textile Workers Union of America. (r.) 41 East 11th Street is a 12-story neo-Classical–style loft building constructed in 1902 by Goldwin Starrett for the Empire Realty Corporation. Starrett was a partner in the notable architecture firm of Starrett & Van Vleck.

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Photos by Dylan Chandler
Upper-floor details on 97 University Place.
Lower-floor details on 97 University Place.