Fort Greene Historic District  
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Fort Greene Park, Willoughby Avenue, Vanderbilt Avenue, Fulton Street and S Elliott Place, Brooklyn, NY
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Year Built: 1850s-1910s
Year Designated: 1978
Year Published: 1978
Architect: McKim, Mead & White, Thomas B. Jackson, Lawrence Kane, John Doherty, Edward Kendall, Marshall Morrill, Robert Dixon, Benjamin Linikin, Montrose Morris, William Tubby, Parfitt Brothers, Mercein Thomas, Frank Freeman, Charles Werner, others
Key words: middle-class, residential, row houses, brownstones, churches, Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Frederick Law Olmsted, Calvert Vaux, Revolutionary War fort, Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument, single-family houses, apartment buildings, Brooklyn Masonic Temple, Queen of All Saints Roman Catholic Church, religious properties, historic district
Architectural Styles:
   French Second Empire
   Greek Revival

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