Brooklyn Heights – after 1965

There is modern architecture in this historic neighborhood

With Matt Postal

As New York City’s first historic district, designated in November 1965, this singular enclave contains a fascinating and mostly harmonious collection of 19th and late 20th century buildings. Join architectural historian for a stroll down many picturesque blocks, stopping to judge the merits of various modern contextual designs, including private town houses and apartment buildings by such notable architects as Ulrich Franzen, Alfredo DeVido, Morris Adjmi, and Smith-Miller & Hawkinson.

Saturday, April 14
11:00 AM — 1:00 PM

Tickets:
Member: $20
Non-member: $30

Brooklyn Heights – after 1965