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New Historic District in Queens

October 27, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments
Row houses are prominent in many Queens neighb...

A block in Ridgewood, Queens, showing the sort of brick tenement and three-family construction that occupies nearly every block close to the Brooklyn border.N.Y. / Region

From The NY Times:
By SHANE DIXON KAVANAUGH
Published: October 26, 2010
The commission created a 210-building district in Ridgewood and gave landmark status to four buildings in Jamaica.

I guess no decision on the Tennis Stadium yet. I would think these decisions can take a pretty long time.

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