65 and 75 Murray Street

William Bloodgood, 1895
James Bogardus, 1857-58

Number 65, an undesignated brick and iron store and loft building, features an iron storefront with decorative moldings, five central arcade bays separated by pilasters with Corinthian capitals and iron panels, and a bracketed cornice. Number 75 was originally home to the Hopkins Store, a glassware business. The ornate building’s cast-iron façade features Italian Renaissance-style details, including leaf moldings, fluted columns, a bracketed cornice and paired, arched windows with circular openings resting above them. 75 Murray Street is a designated New York City Individual Landmark, and listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places.