Peter L.P. Tostevin
This early Italianate loft building is an example of castiron architecture that is rare on the Bowery. This building reflects the Bowery’s transformation from a predominantly residential neighborhood to a commercial area after the Civil War. Its façade is almost completely intact, with the exception of the replacement and missing windows. It features Corinthian columns and a classical cornice, and it has been a New York City landmark since 2010.