Marble Collegiate Church
272 Fifth Ave
Marble Collegiate Church contains components of several architectural styles, resembling a Colonial wood frame church in its form, but with Gothic and Romanesque Revival style details. The symmetrical marble edifice, which gives the church its name, features an impressive central tower with a belfry, clock and octagonal spire, as well as Romanesque arches, molded cornices and octagonal turrets on its façades. Marble Collegiate Church was designated a New York City Landmark in 1967.