Firehouse, Engine Company 305

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

111-02 Queens Boulevard

ARCHITECT: John R. Sliney

DATE: 1922-24

STYLE: Neo-Medieval

Forest Hills Neo-Medieval Queens

This firehouse was constructed in 1924 in Forest Hills. It is a two-and-a-half story with Neo-medieval style, and it is clad in red brick laid in a Flemish bond and enlivened with decorative limestone details and subtle patterned brickwork.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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