Modification of the Greenpoint Historic District Boundaries 
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Franklin Street, Leonard Street, Meserole Avenue, and Java Street, Brooklyn, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1851-1949
Year Designated: 2005
Year Published: 2005
Architect: James Mulhaull, E.B. Ackerly, Patrick C. Keely, Frederick Weber, Claus Dunkhase, F. Jacobsen, Benjamin Cohn, Philemon Tillion, Theobald Engelhardt, George Gerard, E.S. Evans, W.H. Port, Henry Vollweiler, Helmle & Huberty, Charles Kennedy, John Schnoering
Key words: industry, industrial waterfront, frame houses, masonry row houses, ecclesiastical buildings, religious property, Episcopal, Roman Catholic, Baptist, John Bopp, James R. Sparrow, Kr., cast iron, R. Grasser, H. Balue, Charles M. Englis, John Englis, Sr., George Treber, horse stable, George Tiems, Louis Chevalier, Willson & Dassau, Charles Heidelberger, Jesse L. Wheeler, Peter Burden, Daniel MacDonald, John A. Connolly, William Young, Jermiah Foulks, Griffith Roberts, Benjamin Davis, Johnathan Moore, Episcopal Church of Ascension, religious institution, church, August Todibush and Cornelius Sheehan, George Nesbitt, St. Elias Greek Rite Roman Catholic Church, Reformed Dutch Church of Greenpoint, Henry T. Head, George Head, Christian Dorflinger, George A. Kingsland, Neziah Bliss, Henry Hays, William P. Morrissey, Charles R. Ogden, Thomas Hutchinson, Samuel D. Clark and John C. Orr, John J. Cashman, James McFarlane, Daniel A. Manson, rowhouses, St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, Manhattan Buildings, Smithsonian Hall, Greenpoint Savings Bank, Archibald K. Meserole, Thomas F. Rowland, Thomas C. Smith ad Thomas D. Jones, Bank of Manhattan Trust Company, Milton Street, Charles A. Walters, Thomas C. Smith, St. John's Lutheran Church, Patrick F. O'Hare, Isaac Homan, Stephen Bedell, Noble Street, Annie L. McGarry, Union Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Greenpoint, Oak Street, Lorimer Street, Clifford Place, Franklin Street, Manhattan Avenue, Oak Street, historic district
Notes: Excludes 191 Guernsey Street from the original Greenpoint Historic District designation report.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   French Second Empire
   Gothic-Revival
   Italianate
   Neo-Grec
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance
   Romanesque
   Romanesque Revival
   Second Empire

Files:
   View PDF (2005GreenpointHDAmendment.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   Manhattan Greenpoint
   Greenpoint Historic District