The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday designated East Flatbush’s first historic district: a remarkably intact and cohesive group of 56 Renaissance Revival-style row houses, LPC writes.

The East 25th Street Historic District extends along both sides of East 25th Street between Clarendon Road and Avenue D.

It owes its exceptional cohesiveness and strong sense of place, LPC says, to three major factors: its construction within a very short time frame by a single developer, its architectural consistency, and its excellent historic integrity.

The East 25th Street Historic District. Photo courtesy of LPC The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday designated East Flatbush’s first historic district: a remarkably intact and cohesive group of 56 Renaissance Revival-style row houses, LPC writes.

The East 25th Street Historic District extends along both sides of […]

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