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Northwest (Gates Avenue) elevation: Four bay, buff-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings; carved molded limestone lintels; limestone and rough-faced brick string coursing; brick pilasters set on carved limestone bases; projecting and recessed, and denticulated decorative brickwork; white-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with swags; raised concrete areaway. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings at second and third floors; masonry and non- historic storefront infill at ground floor corner; waterfall awning at base; non-historic metal areaway fence and gate. Northeast (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Nine bay, buff-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings at second and third floors; carved molded limestone lintels; central entry at ground floor; limestone and rough-faced brick string coursing; brick pilasters set on carved limestone bases; projecting and recessed, and denticulated decorative brickwork; brick portico with carved limestone cornice and door surround; historic, paired wood-and-glass doors with wood grain finish; two, historic metal fire escapes; cream-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with swags; raised concrete areaway. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings at second and third floors; non-historic corner storefront with waterfall awning at ground floor; altered openings at ground floor; metal roll gates and brick infill at first three bays; light and intercom near door; masonry infill replaces door in seventh bay; non-historic storefront infill and metal roll gates at historic one-story store; coated chimney, shingled bulkhead, satellite dish at roof; non-historic metal areaway fence and gate. Southeast (rear) elevation: Visible above store addition; four bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally-arched openings; projecting stone sills; brown-painted, metal cornice. Alterations: Cream-colored stucco at facade; aluminum replacement windows.

GATES AVENUE, 2108 (aka 66-02 Forest Avenue and 675 Grandview Avenue) Southeast Side, between Grandview Avenue and Forest Avenue See description of 66-02 Forest Avenue.

GRANDVIEW AVENUE, 652 (aka 2050 Linden Street) TO 670 (2061 Gates Avenue) Southwest Side, between Linden Street and Gates Avenue

652 Grandview Avenue (aka 2050 Linden Street) Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3485; Lot 31

Date:

1910 (NB 1142-10) Garage, 1920 (NB 3771-20) Louis Berger and Company

Architect:

Original Owner/Developer:

Jacob Jaeger

Style/Ornament: Stories:

Renaissance Revival Two

Northeast (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Four bay, amber-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double- hung windows in all openings at second floor; limestone lintels, sills and string coursing; brown-painted, modillioned cornice with swags and wreaths. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry and non-historic storefront infill at ground floor; awning and large sign at base; non- historic pipe railing and ramp at areaway. Northwest (Linden Street) elevation: Seven bay, amber-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings at second floor; central entry with carved limestone door hood at ground floor; limestone lintels, sills and string coursing; brown-painted, modillioned cornice with swags and wreaths; historic areaway railing. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings; masonry and non- historic storefront infill and awning at ground floor corner; altered openings and window grilles at ground floor; brick infill and window replace door in second bay; brick infill in third bay of ground floor; non-

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