Bronx Landmarks- Clay Avenue

Clay Avenue

A block of thirty-two turn-of-the-19th-century, semi-detached row houses of brick and rough-cut stone flank Clay Avenue. Most were designed by Warren Dickerson, the architect of some of the finest surviving houses in the borough, in exuberant Neo-Renaissance and eclectic styles. Three apartment buildings, designed by Neville & Bagge and built between 1909 and 1910, are included in the district. Designated April 5, 1994.
Title: Clay Avenue

Borough: The Bronx

Historic District: Clay Avenue

Keywords: residential, stoop, brick, stone

Description: View of residences on Clay Avenue

Image: Clay-Avenue-2016

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