New Design + Old Places: Post Conference Tours-Douglaston Pictures


Douglaston’s New Designs

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 1pm

The Douglaston Historic District is one of the preeminent examples of suburban-style housing with large, free-standing homes in a range of architectural styles. The houses are made more impressive by their sizable lots and mature greenery. The arcadian and expansive nature of the community has allowed for many new buildings to be constructed while still maintaining the historic character of the neighborhood. Join Kevin Wolfe, an HDC adviser and the architect of numerous new buildings within the district, as he presents some of his own landmarks-approved projects and discusses what appropriateness means in Douglaston.

Posted Under: 20th Annual Preservation Conference-New Design+Historic Places, Walking Tour

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