Ridgewood South Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly bound by Woodward Avenue, Woodbine Street, Seneca Avenue, and Catalpa Avenue
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Year Built: early 1900s
Year Designated: 2010
Year Published: 2010
Architect: Louis Allmendinger, F.J. Berlenbach
Key words: Ridgewood, Queens, Onderdonk Avenue, Catalpa Avenue, Cornelia Street, Putnam Avenue, Woodbine Street, Woodward Avenue, G.X. Mathews Company, Bushwick, breweries, Myrtle Avenue, Louis Berger & Co, Kreischer Brick Manufacturing Company, German immigration, model tenements, tenement, Mathews Model Flats, load-bearing masonry, brick, Romanesque revival, Renaissance Revival, Joachim Meyerrose, Gertrude (Onderdonk) Schoonmaker, Long Island Real Estate Exchange and Investment Company, Henry Schlachter, Jacob Rodler, Louis Allmendinger, R. George Smart, Kreischer Brick, New York City Tenement House Department, Panama-Pacific Fair, brickwork, brick pilasters, cast-stone string coursing, flat facades, carved-stone entablatures, pressed metal cornices, F.J. Berlenbach, Tenement House Act of 1901, historic district
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Classical
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (2010-RidgewoodSouthHistoricDistrict.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Queens
   Queens Ridgewood