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Cushman Row

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Don Alonzo Cushman was a trader and speculator who bought a lot of land and buildings in the Chelsea neighbourhood in the 19th century and is also known for having founded the Greenwich Savings Bank. He was a friend of Clement Clarke Moore, who developed Chelsea in 1830. There is a charming park bearing his name one block north of Cushman Row, for example.

Cushman Row is a row of seven red brick houses that were built by Don Alonzo Cushman in 1840 and are the best example of neoclassical architecture in the whole country. They enjoy original features such as circular windows on the top floor, wrought iron work on their gates or stone door frames. It seems that at any time one can open one of these doors and see a film star, right?

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