A New Armory Building; for New York.

Issue 15 and Volume 1891 10.

A New Armory Building; for New York. The new armory which it is proposed to erect on Fourth avenue, New York city, to be jointly occupied by the Seventyfirst Regiment and the Second Battery, National Guard, promises to be the most imposing in appearance of any of the armories in the city. The plans have just been completed by J. R. Thomas, the architect. The limit of cost is placed at $350,000, and two years is to be allowed for its completion. The building will have a frontage of 197 feet on Fourth avenue, with 240 feet on Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth streets. It is to be built of Connecticut light gray stone, three stories in height, with basement and sub-basement. The corners on the Fourth avenue front will be rounded and capped in the Scottish baronial style, and graceful minarets will adorn the upper remaining corners. On Thirty-fourth street will…

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