Brooklyn Landmarks-Park Slope Historic District Extension

Park Slope Historic District Extension

The Park Slope Historic District Extension includes approximately 600 buildings, which consists o a  mix of single-family homes, rowhouses and apartment buildings. The earliest houses in the extension were built in the Italianate style c. 1869-75. Later other style werer incorporated including neo-Grec, Queen Anne, and Romanesque and Renaissance Revivals styles. Designated April 17, 2012


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Borough: Brooklyn

Historic District: Park Slope Historic District Extension

Keywords: rowhouses, oriel,storefront,brick

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