Admiral's Row

Brooklyn , NY

Status Demolished

Admiral’s was a row of ten homes formerly used by naval officers in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and owned by the National Guard of the United States. The houses were built between 1864 and 1901. All except for Quarters B have been demolished for a new development.

Location

Brooklyn Navy Yard

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