NORTH FRONT STREET East Side (Between Warren and Columbia Streets)Tomorrow we'll look at Promenade Hill and the buildings immediately adjacent to it, which the National Register application described as "crucial for the definition and containment of the public open space, as well as its scale."
4-6 Three-story brick dwelling, five bays wide, wood lintels and storefronts, bracketed cornice.
16 Three-story wood dwelling and store, gabled roof, first story brick, four bays wide, bracketed cornice, one dormer, pent roof over storefront.
18 Three-story brick dwelling, three bays wide, steep gabled roof, flemish bond brickwork, splayed stone lintels over windows, Federal style.
20 Three-story wood dwelling, three bays wide, flat roof, modern siding.
22 Three-story wood dwelling and store, five bays wide, flat roof, bracketed wood cornice, modern siding.
NORTH FRONT STREET West Side (Between Warren and Columbia Streets)
15 Two and one-half story dwelling, four bays wide on North Front Street, three bays wide on west Prison Alley, gabled roof, wood cornice, modern siding, simple Federal Stair railing on interior.
17 Two-story brick store and dwelling, three bays wide, flat roof, first floor storefront with cornice.
19 Two-story wood dwelling and store, three bays wide, gabled roof, first floor storefront, bracketed stoop.
PRISON ALLEY North Side (East of North Front Street)
14 Two-story wood dwelling, raised basement, three bays wide, steep gabled roof, side hall plan, modern siding.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Hudson's Lost Historic District, Part II
Gossips continues with the inventory of buildings that were part of the 1970 National Register Front Street-Parade Hill-Lower Warren Street Historical District but no longer exist. Today we feature the buildings that once stood on either side of North Front Street and on Prison Alley east of Front Street.