Between Bushwick Avenue and Evergreen Avenue
Block 3395, Lots 11 & 14
|1050 Hancock Street (2011) Credit: Dianne Pierce O’Brien|
|1060 Hancock Street (2011) Credit: Dianne Pierce O’Brien|
Year Built: 1916
Building Type: Apartments
Architect: R. Thomas Short
Original Owner: Chauncey G. Cozine
Proposed District: Cozine and Gascoine District
1050 and 1060 Hancock Street are two four-story apartment buildings located between Bushwick Avenue and Evergreen Avenue built in 1916 for $35,000 each. Both structures are brick with a felt and slag roof and were designed by R. Thomas Short who had just left the prominent firm Harde & Short. The apartments were commissioned by Chauncey Cozine of 662 Putnam Avenue, the son of John Cozine of the firm of Cozine & Gascoine who had been responsible for the construction of around 1,000 structures in the area in the late 1880s. 1050 and 1060 are built on the property where Cozine and Gascoine’s townhouses had stood.
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1916 New Building Permit, New York City Department of Buildings