Brooklyn Landmarks-Brooklyn:Boerum Hill

 BOERUM HILL

Boerum Hill was developed from the 1840’s into the 1870’s as a residential community for professionals working in Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn. The 250 buildings, most of them brick with brownstone trim, in the district exhibit a diverse array of 19th-century styles including Greek Revival, Italianate and Queen Anne. Designated November 20, 1973.

 

Title: North Side of Wyckoff Street between Hoyt Street and Bond Street 2

Borough:Brooklyn

Historic District: Boerum Hill

Keywords: row house, residential, brick

Description: 3-story row houses on the north side of Wyckoff Street

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