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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