This structure has a cast-iron facade articulated in the French Renaissance style, although it is in somewhat poor condition today. The facade is ornamented with sparsely-leaved Corinthian columns. A triangular pediment rests above the two central bays and it is flanked by two vertical rows of quoins--a testament to the way in which cast iron can used to mimic the effect of stone construction.


23 Greene Street
23 Greene Street, Isaac Duckworth [1873]