The Vendome and the St. Ives

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The Vendome and the St. Ives
Vendome and St. Ives Worcester MA.jpg
The Vendome and the St. Ives is located in Massachusetts
The Vendome and the St. Ives
The Vendome and the St. Ives is located in the US
The Vendome and the St. Ives
Location 17-19 and 21-23 Chandler St., Worcester, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°15′33″N 71°48′19″W / 42.25917°N 71.80528°W / 42.25917; -71.80528Coordinates: 42°15′33″N 71°48′19″W / 42.25917°N 71.80528°W / 42.25917; -71.80528
Architect Barker & Nourse; Hall,Judson W.
Architectural style Classical Revival
MPS Worcester MRA
NRHP Reference #

89002331

[1]
Added to NRHP February 09, 1990

The Vendome and the St. Ives are a pair of historic residential apartment houses at 17-19 and 21-23 Chandler Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Vendome (17-19 Chandler) was built in 1898 by Judson W. Hall to a design by the noted local architectural firm of Barker & Nourse, on property where Hall previously had a house. The five story building is primarily faced in Roman brick, with pressed metal bay windows, sandstone lintels, and decorative sandstone panels. The St. Ives (21-23 Chandler) was built c. 1913, also for Hall. It is stylistically similar to its neighbor, but is slightly wider, possessing two central window bays where The Vendome has one.[2]

The buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.[1]

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2008-04-15). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ "MACRIS inventory record for The Vendome". Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Retrieved 2013-01-22.