William Ulmer Brewery: Office, Main Brew House and Addition, Engine and Machine House, Stable and Storage Building 
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Full Address: 31 Belvidere Street, Brooklyn, NY
Alternative Address: Office, 31 Belvidere Street, Main Brew House and Addition, 71-83 Beaver Street (aka 45-47 Belvidere Street), Engine and Machine
Year Built: 1872-1890
Year Designated: 2010
Year Published: 2010
Architect: Office architect, Theobald Engelhardt; Main Brew House and Addition; Engine and Machine House architect, Theobald Engelhardt; Stable and Storage Building architect, Frederick Wunder.
Key words: complex, brew house, engine house, machine house, stable, storage building, German immigrant, brick, mansard roof, Prohibition, American round arch style, William Ulmer, Theobald Engelhardt, Frederick Wunder, German, Bushwick, Brooklyn, Vigelius & Ulmer Continental Lagerbier brewery, Romanesque Revival, arched windows, dormered windows, mansard roof, slate, terra-cotta, brick pilasters, pedimented parapets, decorative brickwork, corbelled brick archivolts, projecting pilasters, corbelled brickwork, John W. Weber, John F. Becker, fire resistant, individual landmark
Notes: Years Built: Office, 1885; Main Brew House and Addition, 1872, c.1881; Engine and Machine House, 1885; Stable and Storage Building, 1890,
Architectural Styles:
   American round-arch
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (2010-williamulmerbrewery.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   Brooklyn Bushwick