1022-28 Madison Street


Between Bushwick Avenue and Evergreen Avenue
Block 3367, Lot 15-18

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1122-28 Madison Avenue, 2011. Credit: Ogawa, Asuka


Year Built: 1892
Building Type: Rowhouse
Architect: Theobald Engelhardt
Builder: Ernest Sutterlin
Original Owner: Richard Fritz (78 Reap Street)
Proposed District: Bushwick Avenue Historic District

History and Analysis


1022-28 Madison Street is a row of four two-and-a-half-story rowhouse built for $4,000 each in 1892 designed by Theobald Engelhardt. Although 1026 Madison Street has been covered in carved stone veneering, the structures retain a high level of architectural integrity with much of the original characteristics intact, including the stoops and cornices.


Location




References

New York City, Department of Buildings.