Bedford Stuyvesant/Expanded Stuyvesant Heights Historic District 
Stuyvesant Heights Historic District
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Full Address: Roughly bounded by Tompkins Avenue, Macon and Halsey Street, Malcolm X Boulevard, and Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY
Alternative Address: Augustus W. Blazo, Axel Hedman, Hugo Smith, Louis Berger & Co, W.T. McCarthy, Cohn Brothers, William H. Gompert, Eric Kebbon, Th
Year Built: 1895-1900
Year Designated: 2013
Year Published: 2013
Architect:
Key words: Bedford, Bedford Corners, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bedford Stuyvesant,Stuyvesant, Stuyvesant Heights, residential, suburbs, suburban houses, row houses, row house, brownstones, mansions, apartment houses, apartments, churches, wood-frame, wood frame, brick, masonry, brownstone, iron work, Ninth Ward, Brooklyn Community Board 3, Lefferts, Bethany Baptist Church, Sumner Avenue Baptist Church, Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church, Saint Philip's Episcopal Church, Embury Methodist Church, Tompkins Avenue Presbyterian Church, Stuyvesant Heights Christian Church, Herkimer Street Baptist Church, Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church, Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church, Grace Presbyterian Church, Bridge Street A.W.M.E. Church, Stephen Decatur Junior High School, Hebrew Orphan Asylum, St. Paul's Swedish Church, Fulton Park, Caspar Buberl, historic district
Notes: Expanded Stuyvesant Heights Historic District
Architectural Styles:
   Brownstone
   Dutch Colonial
   Italianate
   Neo-Grec
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival
   Second Empire

Files:
   View PDF (2013-BedfordStuyvesantExpandStuyvesantHeights.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   Brooklyn Bedford-Stuyvesant
   Stuyvesant Heights Historic District