Hamilton Heights Historic District Extension 
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Full Address: 395-398 and 400-418 West 145th St., 63-75 and 53-61 Hamilton Terrace, corner of Covenant and West 141 St., Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address: 1641-1659 Amsterdam Ave., 450-476 West 145th St, Manhattan, NY
Year Built: 1880's-1940's
Year Designated: 2000
Year Published: 2000
Architect: John McComb Jr., Neville & Bagg, Frank L. Morton, Scwartz & Gross, Henry Fouchaux, Henry Anderson, Clarence True, R.H. Robertson
Key words: Jochem Pietersen's Hills, Nieuw Haarlem, Harlem Heights, Lower Washington Heights, Alexander Hamilton, Grange, William H. De Forest, William De Forest Jr., restrictive covenant, William G. Ward, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Amos Cotting, Northfield, Chatham Hall, Roger Morris, Morris - Jumel Mansion, City College, IRT, Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, Monsignor Joseph H. McMahon, IND, Billy Strayhorn, Jimmy Rushing, Count Basie Orchestra, Mary Lou WIlliams, CHarles Luckeyth "Lucky" Roberts, Luckey's Rendezvous, Lenin and Lewis Hoyte, Aunt Len's Doll and Toy Musuem, George S. Schuyler, Dean C. Dixon, M. Moran Weston, Edward S. Lewis, Clifford L. ALexander Jr., Harold Stevens, Lester Granger, William Ordway Partridge, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn Heights, row houses, ecclesiastical, historic district extension
Notes: Original district designated 1974.
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   Federal
   Georgian
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance

Files:
   View PDF (2000HamiltonHeightsHDExtension.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Hamilton Heights
   Manhattan Harlem
   Hamilton Heights Historic District