Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District  
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by W 145th Street, W149th Street, Convent Avenue and St. Nicholas Ave, Manhattan, NY
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Year Built: 1887-1936
Year Designated: 2000
Year Published: 2000
Architect: Frederick P. Dinkelberg, Richard S. Rosenstock, Arthur Bates Jennings, Frederick P. Dinkelberg, Henri Fouchaux, Patrick Lynch, Henri Fouchaux, John Hauser, Gross & Kleinburger, Arthure Bates Jennings George Frederick Pelham, Theodore E. Thompson, others
Key words: African American heritage, Adam Clayton Powell, Ralph Ellison, row houses, apartment buildings, St. Nicholas Avenue, Edgecombe Avenue, Hamilton Grange, Thurgood Marshall, Aaron Douglas, Garrison Apartments, Ralph Ellison, John M. Cahill, Evelyn Ellis, Adam Clayton Powerll, Mary Cahill, Ana Bontemps, Edwar E. Ashley, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Isabella N. Leo, Minnie Murphy, historic district
Notes: District extended in 2001.
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   Classic Revival
   French Renaissance
   Queen Anne
   Romanesque Revival
   Victorian Romanesque

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   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Hamilton Heights
   Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District and Extension
   New York Buildings