Prospect Heights Historic District  
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Full Address: Area roughly bounded by Pacific Street, Plaza Street East, and St. John's Place between Flatbush Avenue and Washington Avenue, B
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1840-1910
Year Designated: 2009
Year Published: 2009
Architect: Parfitt Brothers, John H. Doherty, Nelson Whipple, Jeremiah J. Gilligan, Eastman & Daus, Marchall J. Morrill, Benjamin Estes, Benjamin Driesler, Axel Hedman, Magnues Dahlander, William H. Reynolds, W.O. Weaver & Sons, Slee & Bryson
Key words: row houses, Duryea Presbyterian Church, Mount Prospect Laboratory, Public School 9 Annex, Battle of Brooklyn, Battle of Long Island, Ferry Road, Jamaica and Flatbush Turnpike, Ward 8, Ward 9, Andre Parmentier, Brooklyn Industrial School Association, Home of Destitute Children, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Anglo-Italianate
   Art Deco
   Art Moderne
   Arts & Crafts
   Italianate
   Neo-Grec
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance
   Romanesque
   Second Empire

Files:
   View PDF (prospecthts.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   New York Buildings
   Brooklyn Prospect Heights