Historic Preservation


James Clark Building

BUILT: c.1860-1865
ADDRESS: 405 Warren Street, Hudson, New York

Between about 1860 and 1865, James Clark—either alone or in conjunction with his business partner, Nathaniel Folger—constructed two Italianate-style red brick three-story buildings on a lot that is comprised today of 405 and 407 Warren Street (fig. 1). Each building is three bays wide, with commercial space on the first floor and apartments on the two floors above. When constructed in the 1860s, the buildings each contained a shop on the first level and a single residence that occupied the second and third floors.

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