The Ridgewood North Historic District is composed of 96 buildings, primarily three-story brick ‘ new law’ tenements, that encompass almost eight square acres in southwest Queens. The tenements are buff- and amber-colored brick facades, with carved-stone details, ornate pressed metal cornices, with original stoop and areaway ironwork. They were constructed between 1908 and 1914, mainly by the G.X. Mathews Company. Designated September 15, 2009
Title: 703 fairview 1
Historic District: Ridgewood North
Keywords: buff brick, arches, continues, rowhouse
Description: 703 fairview
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