Brooklyn Landmarks-Crown Heights North

Crown Heights North

The Crown Heights North Historic District comprises more than 450 buildings. The oldest building in the district dates to the 1850s and continued into the 20th century.  The district consist of single- and two-family row houses, freestanding residences, apartment houses, churches, and institutional buildings in a variety of architectural styles including the Italianate, neo-Grec and Queen Anne, Romanesque, Renaissance, Colonial, Mediterranean, Medieval, and Tudor Revival. Designated April 24, 2007

Crown Heights North cover photo

Title: Crown Heights North

Historic District: Crown Heights North

Keywords: Residential, row house, brick, bay window, dormer

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