Addisleigh Park Historic District 
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Full Address: Sayres Avenue, 180th Street, Linden Boulevard (formerly Central Avenue), and Merrick Boulevard, Queens
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Year Built: early 1900s
Year Designated: 2011
Year Published: 2011
Architect: various
Key words: suburban, brick, stucco, wood, stone, English Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, the Arts and Crafts, Dutch Colonial Revival, Edwin H. Brown, Addisleigh Homes Company, Rodman & English Company, Burfrey Realty, Kemp v. Rubin, Shelley v. Kraemer, Count Basie, Lena Horne, Milt Hinton, Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Ella Fitzgerald, Thomas W. Fats Waller, African American suburb, open spaces, low density housing, wide streets, large lots, Jamaica, Queens, Long Island Railroad, detached house, historic district
Architectural Styles:
   Arts & Crafts
   Colonial Revival
   Dutch Colonial

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