Fort Hamilton Parkway Entrance and Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel 
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Full Address: Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1876-77;1911-13
Year Designated: 2016
Year Published: 2016
Architect: Architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn; Architects Warren & Wetmore
Key words: 1870s, 1910s, Green-wood, Greenwood, Cemetery, Chapel, Fort Hamilton Parkway, Entrance, Residence, Brooklyn, Landmark, Richard Mitchell Upjohn, Richard Upjohn, Warren & Wetmore, “English Rural”, Garden Movement, Andrew Jackson Downing, Post-Civil War, Asymmetrical, Late-Gothic-inspired, Beaux-Arts, Pavilion-like, Reinforced concrete, Modern structural use, Cluster of towers, Limestone, Brownstone, Gothic-Revival, High Victorian Gothic, Cross-gable steep hipped roofs, Corner Porches, Porches, Gates, Iron fences, Gatepost, Stained-glass windows, Turrets, Chapel, 1838, Burial, Graveyards, Prospect Park, Flatbush, 1838, 1877, 1913, 19th century, Landscape, Architecture, John M. Moffit, Sculpture, Ornament, Platt Byard Dovell White (PBDW) Architects, Whitney Warren, Charles Delevan Wetmore, Visitors’ Lounge.
Notes: Green-Wood Cemetery was established in 1838. The repair and restoration work began in 1995 and was completed in 1999, with the Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel reopening in 2000.
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   Gothic-Revival
   Victorian Gothic

Files:
   View PDF (2016---FtHamiltonEnt-GreenWoodCemeteryChapel.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   Brooklyn Sunset Park
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn