Crown Heights North III Historic District 
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Full Address: Roughly bordered by Kingston Ave, Pacific St, Albany Ave, Sterling Pl., Lincoln Pl, and Brooklyn Ave
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Year Built: 1870s-1930s
Year Designated: 2015
Year Published: 2015
Architect: William H. Burhans, Chapell & Bosworth, Cohn Bros., William Debus, Eisendrath & Horowitz, Axel S. Hedman, Charles Infanger, Arthur R. Koch, Frederick B. Langston, Louis Berger, Mann & MacNeille, William T. McCarthy, Siegfried H. Schmidt, Others.
Key words: Brooklyn woodlands, Row houses, Two-family row houses, Leffert Lefferts, Samuel Garrittsen, Jeremiah Remsen, Shaari Zedek Synagogue, Kinko houses, Emma Hagedom, St. Marks District, Richard Wright, Shirley Chisholm, Brooklyn urban development, Kings County Elevated Railway, Brooklyn City Railroad, Brooklyn Bridge, I.R.T Subway, Eastern Parkway, Eastern European immigrants, Jewish history, African-Caribbean history, African-American history, Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, I.M Pei, M. Paul Friedberg, Jane Jacobs, First Church of God in Christ of Brooklyn
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   Arts & Crafts
   Beaux Arts
   Colonial Revival
   Neo-Grec
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (2015-Crown-Heights-North-III-Historic-District.pdf)

Subjects:
   Architectural History
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   New York History
   Brooklyn Crown Heights