Brooklyn Landmarks-Prospect Heights

Prospect Heights

The Prospect Heights Historic District includes approximately 850 buildings, predominately single-family row houses and apartment buildings, constructed mostly from the mid-19th to early 20th century. The oldest buildings in the district date from the 1850s. The district contains a variety of architectural styles common during this period including Italianate (some with Second-Empire elements), neo-Grec, and Renaissance and Romanesque Revival. Designated June 23, 2009

123 to 133 Prospect Place

Title: 123 to 133 Prospect Place (John V. Porter, c. 1873). Theresa C. Noonan, August 2008

Historic District: Albemarle Kenmore Terrace

Keywords: Residential, row house, brownstone, dormer

Description: Front view of two row houses

Image: From the Prospect Heights LPC Designation Report-Theresa C. Noonan, August 2008

Designation Report


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