Halsey Street


Excerpt from Wikipedia: Stuyvesant Heights is located toward the southern-central section of Bedford-Stuyvesant. For years, it has historically been an African-American enclave (but has been undergoing transformation in the past decades). A low-rise residential district of three and four-story masonry row houses and apartment buildings with commercial ground floors, it was developed mostly between 1870 and 1920, mainly between 1895 and 1900. The Stuyvesant Heights Historic District is located within the area bounded roughly by Tompkins Avenue on the west, Macon and Halsey Streets on the north, Malcolm X Boulevard on the east, and Fulton Street on the south.

Project type: Townhouse Renovation, Brooklyn

Project role: Site survey, feasibility study, preliminary drawings

Team: Natalie Cheng, RA