Brooklyn Landmarks-Park Slope

PARK SLOPE

Tree-lined streets, wide avenues and rows and rows of brownstones make up this turn-of-the-century Brooklyn neighborhood. Some of the finest Romanesque Revival homes in the country can be found here along with examples of Italianate, French Second Empire, Queen Anne, Neo-Grec and Victorian Gothic design. Designated July 17, 1973.

 

Title: Grace United Methodist Church on Saint John’s Place 2

Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Park Slope

Keywords: Grace United Methodist Church, stone, rustication, stained glass window, terra cotta, voussoir

Description: Side view of Grace United Methodist Church

Image #2269

Designation Report:

http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/downloads/pdf/reports/parkslope_hd.pdf

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