Brooklyn Landmarks-Brooklyn: Vinegar Hill

Vinegar Hill

Vinegar Hill is made up primarily of early to mid-19th century structures including an Italianate firehouse and rows of Federal, Greek Revival and Italianate brick homes. Early 20th-century industrial buildings are also part of the district. Designated January 14, 1997.

Title: Southwest Corner of Plymouth Street and Hudson Avenue 2

Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Vinegar Hill

Keywords: storefront, mixed use

Description: Buildings on Hudson Avenue south of Plymouth Street

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