29 East 4th Street

The Tredwells Never Left: All Hallows’ Eve At The Merchant’s House Museum

Posted October 31, 2018 at 5:04 am

Have you been to the quaint brownstone at 29 East 4th street? An architectural dream, which is covered in landmark status plaques at the basement entrance revealing the historical and cultural significance of this home built in 1832.  Transformed into a museum after the last living family member passed in the 1930s, the Merchant’s House […]

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CB2 to Hear Zoning Changes for Merchant’s House Adjacent Hotel

Posted May 9, 2018 at 5:08 am

The Merchant’s House Museum, the endangered 186-year-old city landmark on East Fourth Street, continues its fight against the threat of an eight-story hotel development at its doorstep. Before the developers can proceed, though, there is a uniform review process that must happen. Only a change to the current zoning on the block would allow the new development to […]

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Six Years Later, City Planning to Consider 8-Story Hotel Beside Historic Merchant’s House

Posted April 10, 2018 at 5:00 am

Those plans for an eight-story (100 feet) hotel beside the historic Merchant’s House Museum on East Fourth Street are back in play six years later. Then, as now, local preservationists are concerned about the impact this major construction will invariably have on the structural integrity of the building. As previously reported, the development will rise […]

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