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lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; cream-colored, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Vinyl replacement windows in all openings; stuccoed masonry infill and paired, one- over-one, double-hung windows replace corner storefront at ground floor; cream-stuccoed stonework and metal mesh window grilles at ground floor; white-stuccoed chimney; non-historic metal areaway fence.

66-04 to 66-06 Forest Avenue (aka 677 Grandview Avenue) Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3488; Lot 3

Date: Architect:

1914 (NB 1722-14) G. X. Mathews

Original Owner/Developer:

G. X. Mathews

Style/Ornament:

Renaissance and Romanesque Revival

East (Forest Avenue) elevation: Five bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one- over-one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; historic metal fire escape; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and non-historic fenestration replace storefront at ground floor; non-historic metal grilles in first three bays at ground floor; electrical conduit at facade; chimneys have been tarred; satellite dish at chimney. Southwest (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Five bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all bays, except for entry at central bay of ground floor; cast- stone lintels and string course at ground floor; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; historic metal fire escape; tan-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; non-historic door; metal awning above door; bluestone stonework at base painted white; conduit at facade; tarred chimney and two satellite dishes at roof.

66-08 Forest Avenue (aka 679 Grandview Avenue) Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3488; Lot 1

Date: Architect:

1914 (NB 2132-14) G. X. Mathews

Original Owner/Developer:

G. X. Mathews

Style/Ornament:

Renaissance and Romanesque Revival

East (Forest Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one- over-one, double-hung windows in all bays at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and limestone string course and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed decorative brick string coursing; bluestone quoins and band course at base; tan- painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry infill and non-historic fenestration replace storefronts at ground floor; non-historic metal grilles at windows and doors at ground floor; electrical conduit at facade; large sign in sixth and seventh bays at ground floor. Southwest (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Eight bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; cast-stone lintels and string coursing at ground floor; cast-stone brackets with guttae at entrances; bluestone quoins and band course at base; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings except

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