Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District Extension 
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Full Address: West 145th Street to West 150th Street; West side of Covenant Avenue and East side of Edgecombe Avenue, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1885-1920
Year Designated: 2001
Year Published: 2001
Architect: John E. Scharsmith, Richard Rosenstock, A.B. Augden & Son, Henry Andersen, Theodore G. Stein, John Hauser, Moore and Landsiedel, F.W. Moore
Key words: Harlem, rowhouses, row houses, rowhouse, apartment building, apartments, Dawn Hotel, Jacob P. Baiter House, black professionals, African Americans, Washington Heights, Convent Avenue, City Beautiful, Audubon Court, Hogenauer and Wesslau, historic district extension
Notes: A total of 15 buildings added to the original designation report for Hamilton Heights / Sugar Hill.
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   French Renaissance
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance

Files:
   View PDF (2001HamiltonHeightsSugarHillHDExtension.pdf)

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