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Grove Arcade Building with scaffolding at rear. Battery

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  • Exterior view of the Grove Arcade Building with scaffolding at rear. Battery Park Hotel in background. 1920's cars in front of building. Reinforced concrete over steel frame. A grand, 3-and 4-story arcade building faced with cream glazed terra cotta in a Neo-Tudor Gothic style. Financed by E. W. Grove as a commercial mall, it was intended to have additional offices in a skyscraper on top of the existing structure. After the death of Grove, in 1927, building continued, but the skyscraper was never finished due to the poor economic climate. At the north end are a pair of double ramps leading to a large roof terrace. The original shop fronts were, for a time, filled in with brick. 1942-1996 occupied by Federal Government offices. In 2002 the building was renovated for farmers' market, shops, and apartments.