Grace Church (Episcopalian) - 11th Street at Broadway, NYC - June 2008 . . . . James Renwick Jr. was commissioned to design the Gothic Revival Grace Church in 1843. It would be one of several churches that Renwick would design in the city, including his masterwork, St. Patrick's Cathedral. The building is both a NYC and National Historical Landmark.

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LuciaM on June 25, 2008

The architect James Renwick was commissioned to design the Gothic Revival Grace Church in 1843: it was his first building design. He would go on to design the original Smithsonian Building and St. Patrick's Cathedral among a number of notable projects.

Grace Church remains an active Episcopal parish. The building is both a NYC and National Historical Landmark.

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