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A. T. Stewart Company Store U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. National Historic Landmark Location: 280 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, New York Coordinates: 40°42′51.3″N 74°0′22.4″W / 40.71425°N 74.006222°W / 40.71425; -74.006222Coordinates: 40°42′51.3″N 74°0′22.4″W / 40.71425°N 74.006222°W / 40.71425; -74.006222 Built: 1845-1846 Architect: John B. Snook of Joseph Trench & Co[1] Architectural style(s): Palladian Added to NRHP: June 2, 1978[2] Designated NHL: June 2, 1978[3] NRHP Reference#: 78001885 280 Broadway (known also as the Marble Palace, the A.T. Stewart Company Store or The Sun Building) is the site of America's first department store.[4] It later housed The New York Sun newspaper and is now used for municipal offices for New York City. 280 Broadway is on the northeast corner of Chambers Street, New York City, New York.[3] Alexander Turney Stewart had opened his mercantile business across the street, but when it started to prosper, had "The Marble Palace" built on the site of Washington Hall, the former headquarters of the Federalist Party. Stewart's department store featured a number of marketing innovations designed to increase the volume of turnover and keep up with the increasing capacity of industrial manufacturing. He was among the first to set fixed prices for his goods and drew female customers through special sales and fashion shows. The success of his store inspired numerous imitations north along a five block strip of Broadway. At the height of their success in the 1850s, this portion of Broadway became popular among the city's fashionable elite for window shopping while strutting about in the latest garb. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965.[3][5] References ^ "AIA Guide to New York City", 4th Edition, pg 78 ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2007-01-23. http://www.nr.nps.gov/.  ^ a b c "A.T. Stewart Company Store". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. 2007-09-14. http://tps.cr.nps.gov/nhl/detail.cfm?ResourceId=1780&ResourceType=Building.  ^ NL writeup ^ George R. Adams (December, 1996) National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination: A.T. Stewart Company Store, National Park Service and Accompanying photos, exterior, from 1976. v • d • e New York City Historic Sites NRHP: Manhattan – Brooklyn – Queens – Staten Island – Bronx • NHL: New York State NYC: Manhattan – Brooklyn – Queens – Staten Island – Bronx v • d • e U.S. National Register of Historic Places in New York Lists by county Albany · Allegany · Bronx · Broome · Cattaraugus · Cayuga · Chautauqua · Chemung · Chenango · Clinton · Columbia · Cortland · Delaware · Dutchess · Erie · Essex · Franklin · Fulton · Genesee · Greene · Hamilton · Herkimer · Jefferson · Kings (Brooklyn) · Lewis · Livingston · Madison · Monroe · Montgomery · Nassau · New York (Manhattan) · Niagara · Oneida · Onondaga · Ontario · Orange · Orleans · Oswego · Otsego · Putnam · Queens · Rensselaer · Richmond (Staten Island) · Rockland · Saratoga · Schenectady · Schoharie · Schuyler · Seneca · St. Lawrence · Steuben · Suffolk · Sullivan · Tioga · Tompkins · Ulster · Warren · Washington · Wayne · Westchester · Wyoming · Yates Lists by city Albany · Buffalo · New Rochelle · New York City (Bronx · Brooklyn · Queens · Staten Island · Manhattan: Below 14th St. | 14th–59th St. | 59th–110th St. | Above 110th St. | Minor islands) · Peekskill · Poughkeepsie · Rhinebeck · Rochester · Syracuse · Yonkers Other lists Bridges · National Historic Landmarks Keeper of the Register · History of the National Register of Historic Places · Property types · Historic district · Contributing property This article about a historic property or district in Manhattan, New York City, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e