Hamilton Heights Historic District 
[Return to list]
Full Address: Roughly bounded by Amsterdam Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue, between 140th and 145th Streets, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address:
Year Built: 1887-1922
Year Designated: 1974
Year Published: 1974
Architect: Neville & Barge, John C. Burne, John Hauser, Henry Andersen, Clarence True, T.H. Dunn, John McComb, Jr., Nicholas Serricino, O'Reilly Brothers, Schwartz & Gross, F. A. de Meuron, John P. Leo, Henry Andersen, G. A. Shellenger , Frank L. Norton, Thain & T
Key words: houses, religious institutions, churches, Alexander Hamilton, Queen Anne, Hamilton Terrace, Clarence True, Henry Andersen, Neville & Bagge, Soundview Court, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Ivey Delph Apartments, Sugar Hill, Billy Strayhorn, Mary Lou, Williams, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Convent Avenue Baptist Church, Gustavus L. Lawrence, George N. Spitzer, Hamilton Grange, Alexander Hamilton, Little Sisters of the Assumption, St. Luke's, ecclesiastical structures, historic district
Notes: Extended in 2000; extension includes 51 buildings
Architectural Styles:
   Beaux Arts
   Eclectic
   Flemish Revival
   French Classic
   French Second Empire
   Gothic
   neo-Federal
   neo-Gothic
   Romanesque Revival
   Tudor
   various

Files:
   View PDF (HAMILTON-HGTS-HD.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   New York Buildings
   Manhattan Hamilton Heights
   Hamilton Heights Historic District
   Manhattan Upper West Side