Audubon Park Historic District 
[Return to list]
Full Address: West 156th Street to Broadway to Edward Morgan Place to Riverside Drive to West 158th Street, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1905-1932
Year Designated: 2009
Year Published: 2009
Architect: George F. Pelham, Schwartz & Gross, George & Edward Blum, Denby & Nute, Neville & Bagge, Moore & Landsiedel, Rouse & Goldstone
Key words: John James Audubon, Birds of America, Washington Heights, IRT Broadway - Seventh Avenue subway line, Wiechquaesgeck, Minniesland, Samuel F.B. Morse, Quadrupeds of North America, dumbbell plan, french flats, Grinnell, Sonn Brothers, Adolph M. Bendheim, Max Marx, Lansing Company, The World's New York Apartment House Album, Tenement House Law, Viaduct, Schaefer & Rutkins, George G. Miller, Sidney H. Kitzler, Joseph C. Cocker, Emery Roth, historic district
Architectural Styles:
   Arts & Crafts
   Beaux Arts
   Renaissance Revival

   View PDF (2009-audubonparkHD.pdf)

   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   New York Buildings
   New York History
   Manhattan Washington Heights
   Audubon Park Historic District