|Built by||Woodbury & Leighton|
|Architect||Blackall & Newton|
|Architectural style||Second Renaissance Revival|
|NRHP Reference #|||
|Added to NRHP||April 18, 1974|
The nine story brick and terracotta building was designed by Clarence H. Blackall in the Renaissance Revival style, and has the distinction of being the first skyscraper in the city to have been constructed with a steel frame. Completed in 1894, it was originally known as the Carter Building, but was renamed the Winthrop Building in 1899 after the Puritan Governor John Winthrop, whose second house was located adjacent to the site. Prominent past tenants include Landscape Architect Fletcher Steele in the 1920s and the Boston offices of the Associated Press.
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- Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System. Massachusetts Historical Commission. Accessed 2015-08-29.
- The Winthrop-Carter Building: Boston Landmarks Commission Study Report. Boston Landmarks Commission. Accessed 2016-06-01.
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- Boston Landmarks Commission Names Roxbury’s Kittredge House and Downtown’s Winthrop-Carter Building Boston Landmarks. Historic Boston Incorporated. January 19, 2016. Accessed 2016-06-01.
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