Brooklyn Landmarks-Crown Heights North II

Crown Heights North II Historic District

“The Crown Heights North II Historic District comprises more than 600 buildings, including single- and two-family row houses, freestanding residences, flats buildings, institutional buildings, churches, and apartment houses built primarily from the 1870s to the early 1940s. Nearly all of these buildings are excellent and well-preserved examples of architectural styles that flourished in Brooklyn during this period, including the neo-Grec, Queen Anne, Art Deco, and Art Moderne, as well as the Romanesque, Renaissance, Colonial, Gothic, and Medieval Revival styles.”
Designated June 28, 2011

~Excerpt from the Crown Heights North II LPC Designation Report~

258 to 284 New York Avenue

Title: 258 to 284 New York Avenue (c. 1899, Frederick L. Hine)

Historic District:  Crown Heights North II

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

Description: Front view of  row houses

Image: From  Crown Heights North II LPC Designation Report-Christopher D. Brazee, 2011

Designation Report


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