Park Avenue Historic District 
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Full Address: Park Avenue roughly between E. 91st Street and E. 79th Street Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: c.1880- c.2011
Year Designated: 2014
Year Published: 2014
Architect: Augustus N. Allen; George & Edward Blum; C3D Architecture; Frederick T. Camp; Rosario Candela; James Edwin Ruthven Carpenter; Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson; Delano & Aldrich; De Pace & Juster; J.M. Felson; Ernest Flagg; John H. Hauser; Harry Hurwit; Gustave W.
Key words: Fourth Avenue, New York Central Railroad, New York & Harlem Railroad, Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Renaissance Revival, Gothic Revival, Medieval Revival, Electricity, Residential Corridor, High Class Apartments, Reginald & Anna DeKoven House, Lewis Gouveneur & Natalie Bailey Morris House, Apartment House, Textured Brick, Limestone, Terracotta, High-Rise Apartment House, Georgian Revival, Colonial Revival, Bing & Bing, Architectural Ornament, Penthouse, Park Avenue Christian Church, South Reformed Church, Garden Malls, Tenement, historic district
Notes: Park Avenue Historic District shares boundaries with the Carnegie Hill Historic District Extension and the Upper East Side Historic District
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   Baroque
   Colonial Revival
   Georgian Revival Style
   Gothic
   Modern
   Renaissance Revival
   Terra-Cotta

Files:
   View PDF (2014-ParkAvenueHistoricDistrict.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Upper East Side