The Bedford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Heights Historic District Extension, has approximately 825 buildings. The district is diverse including row houses, two-family residences, small apartment houses and institutional and religious buildings. The main construction period was late 19th century. The architecture ranges from quaint wood frame house to the larger Chateauesque style which includes combining Gothic and early Renaissance elements. Stuyvesant Heights H D Designated September 1971, Bedford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Heights Designated April 16, 2013
Bedford-Stuyvesant was a 2011 Six To Celebrate neighborhood. HDC worked closely with the Bedford Stuyvesant Society for Historic Preservation to promote Bed-Stuy’s historic architecture
Photo Credit: NY Times article– Christopher D. Brazee/Landmarks Preservation Commission
Historic District: Bedford-Stuyvesant/Expanded Stuyvesant Heights
Keywords: Residential, row house, brick, bay window, cornice
Bedford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Heights Designation Report
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