Park Slope Historic District Extension II 
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Full Address: 292 buildings adjacent to the northern part of the Park Slope Historic District
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1850s-1940s
Year Designated: 2016
Year Published: 2016
Architect: Amzi Hill; Frederick L Hine; Henry Pohlmann; John Graham Glover; Robert Dixon; Walter Coots; John Rose; CPH Gilbert; Parfitt Brothers; Montrose Morris, Rosario Candela; Henry Pullman; Mercein Thomas; William J Merritt; Thomas F Skelly; Andrew Hudson; John
Key words: Park Slope, Brooklyn, Prospect Park, Olmsted, Prospect Park Slope, Rowhouses, Rowhomes, Flats, Residential, IRT, Eastern Parkway, G train, F train, Brick, Terra Cotta, Brownstone, speculative housing, Civil War, Middle Class, Italianate, Neo-Grec, Cornice, Lintel, French Second Empire, Anglo Italianate, Queen Anne, Renaissance Revival, Romanesque Revival, Beaux Arts, Colonial Revival, Gothic Revival, Medieval Revival, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, Amzi Hill, Frederick Hine, Henry Pohlmann, John Graham Glover, Robert Dixon, Walter Coots, John Rose, CPH Gilbert, Parfitt Brothers, Montrose Morris, Rosario Candela, Henry Pullman, Mercein Thomas, William J Merritt, Thomas F Skelly, Andrew Hudson, John P Seeley, Carl Eisenach, John Magilligan, Jeremiah J Gilligan, Albert Parfitt, Sugarman & Berger, James Harwood, Brendan Coburn, George Morse, George W Brown, Charles C Wagner, Cevedra B Sheldon, Edward B Sturges, FE Lewis, Philip I Cootey, John Taafe, Louis Bonnert, Slee & Bryson, AW Laurie, John Cunningham, Gustave Erda,
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   Colonial Revival
   French Renaissance
   French Second Empire
   Mixed (three or more styles)
   Queen Anne
   Renaissance Revival
   Romanesque Revival
   Second Empire

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