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mesh window grilles and wood paneled door at basement; stonework at base and side of steps painted gray; cement/stucco at stoop; vent pipe at areaway. Northwest (rear) elevation: Six bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally- arched openings; projecting stone sills; denticulated brick and green-painted, metal cornice; metal fire escape. Alterations: White stucco at facade; aluminum replacement windows.

2049 Palmetto Street (aka 680 – 694 Grandview Avenue) Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3486; Lot 38

Date: Architect:

1910 (NB 1423-10) G. X. Mathews

Original Owner/Developer:

G. X. Mathews

Style/Ornament:

Renaissance and Romanesque Revival

Southeast (Palmetto Street) elevation: Four bay, buff-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, and projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed, checkerboard- patterned brick and limestone string coursing; amber-colored brick pilasters set on carved limestone bases; corbelled and denticulated decorative brickwork; grey painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with swags and cartouches; raised concrete areaway. Alterations: Aluminum replacement windows in all openings at second and third floors; non-historic storefront, sign band and metal roll gates at ground floor; non-historic metal areaway fence and gate. Northeast (Fairview Avenue) elevation: Nine bay, buff-colored brick facade with amber-colored brick base; one-over-one, double-hung wood windows in all openings at second and third floors; segmental and arched, amber-colored brick lintels, projecting limestone sills at second and third floor windows; projecting and recessed, denticulated and checkerboard-patterned brick and limestone string coursing; amber-colored brick pilasters set on carved limestone bases; projecting and recessed, geometric-patterned brickwork; two, historic metal fire escapes; central entry at ground floor; one-story store at rear with historic metal sign band and cornice; bluestone quoins and water table at base; dark-grey-painted, denticulated and modillioned cornice with swags and cartouches; raised concrete areaway. Alterations: Aluminum windows in all openings at second and third floors; fenestration pattern altered at ground floor; non-historic storefront infill with sign band and roll gates at corner; enlarged opening with non-historic doors, transom and roll gate at third bay; painted plywood infill at fourth bay; non-historic door with carved limestone surround removed at fifth bay; intercom and tarred brickwork near door; non-historic storefront infill with aluminum sign band and roll gates in sixth through ninth bays; metal vents at first and second floor; conduit at facade; asphalt- shingled bulkhead and painted chimneys at roof; metal roll gates and grey-painted stonework at one-story storefront; non-historic metal fence and gates at areaway; concrete ramp at third bay. Northwest (rear) elevation: Four bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally- arched openings; projecting stone sills; denticulated brick and grey-painted, metal cornice. Alterations: Off-white stucco at facade; aluminum replacement windows in all openings.

PALMETTO STREET, 2002 (aka 701-709 Fairview Avenue) TO 2048 (aka 66-22 Forest Avenue) Southeast Side, between Fairview Avenue and Forest Avenue

2002 (aka 701-709 Fairview Avenue), 2006, 2010, 2012, 2016, 2018, 2020 Palmetto Street Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3489; Lots 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12

Date: Architect: Original Owner/Developer: Style/Ornament:

1910 (NB 2456-10) Louis Allmendinger G. X. Mathews Renaissance and Romanesque Revival

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