Category:Patchin Place (Manhattan)

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Patchin Place is a short dead-end street located off West 10th Street between Greenwich and Sixth Avenues in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The houses located there were all built in 1848, and are all 3-story brick dwellings. They are located in the Greenwich Village Historic District. e.e. cummings lived in Patchin Place for 40 years up until his death in 1962, and the journalist John Reed lived there at the end of his life. (Source: "NYCLPC Greenwich Village Historic District Designation Report, volume 1")

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