Mount Kisco Municipal Complex

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Mount Kisco Municipal Complex
Mount Kisco, New York.jpg
Mount Kisco Village Hall, December 2011
Mount Kisco Municipal Complex is located in New York
Mount Kisco Municipal Complex
Location 100-120 Main St., Mount Kisco, New York
Coordinates 41°12′9″N 73°43′37″W / 41.20250°N 73.72694°W / 41.20250; -73.72694Coordinates: 41°12′9″N 73°43′37″W / 41.20250°N 73.72694°W / 41.20250; -73.72694
Area 0 acres (0 ha)
Built 1932
Architect Mott B. Schmidt; O'Brien & Klikel
Architectural style Colonial Revival
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference #

97000116

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Added to NRHP March 9, 1997

Mount Kisco Municipal Complex is a national historic district located at Mount Kisco, Westchester County, New York. The district contains two contributing buildings; the Mount Kisco Town and Village Hall (1932) and the United States Post Office (1936). Both are in the Colonial Revival style. The Town and Village Hall is a 2-story, cruciform plan brick building on a limestone foundation and topped by a slate-covered hipped and gable roof. It features an octagonal clock tower. The Village Library formerly occupied the second floor until a separate, adjacent building was constructed in the 1960s. The first floor formerly housed the police station and a small jail. The Post Office is a 1 12-story brick building set on a limestone foundation and topped by a slate shingle clad gable roof. It consists of a central section flanked by 1-story wings, with a large 2-story rear wing. The interior features murals depicting the history of Mount Kisco executed by artist Thomas Donnelly in 1936.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.[1]

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