Between Bushwick Avenue and Broadway
Block 3373, Lot 27-28
|1124-26 Putnam Avenue, 2011. Credit: Ogawa, Asuka|
Year Built: 1888
Building Type: Apartment
Architect: Francis C. Mertz
Original Owner: Conrad Hartman
Proposed District: n/a
1124-26 Putnam Avenue is a row of two two-and-a-half stories wood frame tenements built for $5,000 each in 1888. It was designed by Francis C. Mertz, who was an architect in Port Chester, New York. Both structures retain a high level of architectural integrity with much of the original characteristics intact, as seen in the original drawing of 1888.
|Original Drawing by Francis C. Merz (1888). Credit: New York City Department of Buildings.|
New York City, Department of Buildings.