Brooklyn Landmarks-Ocean on the Park

Ocean on the Park

“The Ocean on the Park Historic District comprises a group of twelve row houses built between 1909 and 1918 on Ocean Avenue, between Lincoln Road and Parkside Avenue, in Flatbush overlooking Prospect Park.”1 The neighborhood of Flatbush remaied rural until after the Civil War when Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Bridge made the neighborhood more fashionable and accessible. Designed October 27, 2009

1-Excerpt from the Ocean on the Park LPC Designation Report

March 2009 002-2

Title: North Side of Albemarle TerraceBorough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Ocean on the Park

Keywords: Residential, row house,  bay window, cornice

Description: Front view of two row houses

Image #2238

Designation Report


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