Stuyvesant Heights Historic District  
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Full Address: Roughly bounded between Tompkins Avenue, Macon Street, Stuyvesant Avenue, Chauncey Street and Decatur Street, Brooklyn, NY
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Year Built: 1860s-90s
Year Designated: 1971
Year Published: 1971
Architect: Helme & Huberty, Kirby & Petit, Charles Ringle, John F. Saddington, Patrick Sheridan, Frederick D. Vrooman, Issac Reynolds, Magnus Dahlander, Amzi Hill & Son, others
Key words: residential, Bedford-Stuyvesant, suburban houses, row houses, mansions, apartment houses, churches, Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church, Saint Philip's Episcopal Church, Embury Methodist Church, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   French Second Empire
   Neo-Grec
   Renaissance
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (stuy-heights.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   New York Buildings
   Brooklyn Bedford-Stuyvesant
   Stuyvesant Heights Historic District