95th Street (Manhattan)

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95th Street
House of the Redeemer (2008)
Location Manhattan
Coordinates 40°47′14″N 73°57′21″W / 40.7871°N 73.9559°W / 40.7871; -73.9559Coordinates: 40°47′14″N 73°57′21″W / 40.7871°N 73.9559°W / 40.7871; -73.9559

95th Street runs from Riverside Drive, overlooking the Hudson River, to the East River, through the New York City borough of Manhattan. It traverses the neighborhoods of Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Carnegie Hill, and Yorkville; the street is interrupted by Central Park.

Notable buildings[edit]

  • The 1926 Byzantine Revival facade of Congregation Ohab Zedek between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues.
  • The 1916 The House of the Redeemer, one of the finest Italian Renaissance revival-styled townhouses in New York, is located at 7 East 95th Street.
  • The two blocks that run between Central park West and Amsterdam Avenues are notable for particularly fine and eclectic town houses. The Gothic Claude A. Vissani House at 143 W. 95th is particularly interesting. Other nearby homes are done in a variety of Classical, Renaissance, and eclectic styles. [1]


  1. ^ Norval White and Elliot Willensky, AIA Guide to New YorkCity, Fourth Edition, 2000, p. 368