Eleventh Street

Unknown

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 14, no. 409 (Oct. 27, 1883): p. 203.

– "Eleventh St., e s, 46' w Seventh Ave., 3 two-st’y brownstone front dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $3,200; owner, Samuel Squires, Fourteenth St., between Fourth and Fifth Aves.; builder, C. B. Sheldon."

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AA BN vol. 49, no. 1022 (Jul. 27, 1895): p. xv.

– "Eleventh St., No. 546, four-st’y brick dwell., 20' x 62'; tin roof; $4,000; own., Conrad Bitz, 546 Eleventh St.; arch., Robt. Dixon, 219 Montague St."

Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue

North Side

247-253 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected – Kings County,” RERBG v. 49, n. 1253 (March 19, 1892), p. 457:

394- 11st st, n s, 22 e 4th av, four three-story brk tenem’ts, 19.6x45, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $25,000; ow’r and b’r, David Atkins, 339 15th st; ar’t, W. M. Coots.

257-277 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 470 (Dec. 27, 1884): p. xi.

– "Eleventh St., n s, 429' 6" w Fifth Ave., 10 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roof; cost, each, $5,000; owner and carpenter, Sampson B. Oulton, 508 ½ Sixth Ave.; architect, Mr. Wirth; mason, John Wyeth."

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 34, n. 874 (December 13, 1884), p. 1270:

1576- 11th st, n s, 429.6 w 5th av, ten two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.8x42, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $5,000; owner and carpenter, Sampson B. Oulton, 508 ½ 6th av; architect, Mr Wirth; mason, John Wyeth.

Mr. Fulton[sic - Oulton] has also recently finished ten other houses on the [north] side of the same street.  They are of brick, 18x42, two stories and high basement and are fitted up to accomodate two families if necessary.  On the second story is a bay window.  The basement contains kitchen and dining room, and the parlor floor three rooms, while on the upper floor are five rooms, one of which has a sink and could be used as a kitchen for light housekeeping by a newly married couple.  All these houses but two have been sold for $5,000 each.  --Brooklyn Eagle, Oct. 19, 1885, p. 2 ("Busy Builders").

275-315 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 446 (Jul. 12, 1884): p. 23.

– "Eleventh St., n s, 100' w Fifth Ave., 20 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $6,000; owners, Rhodes and Reynolds, West Brookville, N. Y.; architect Chas. Lincoln; builders, A. E. Reynolds and ____Bucanan."

"New Buildings," BRERIP v. 1, n. 32 (July 5, 1884), p. 3.

-829- Eleventh st, 100 ft n 5th av, twenty two-story and basement brick dwellings, 16.8x45, flat tin roof, wooden or zinc cornices, cost $6,000; owners Rhodes & Reynolds, West Brookville, Sullivan Co., N Y; architect Charles Lincoln; builder Bucanan[sic].

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 34, n. 851 (July 5, 1884), p. 737:

829- 11th st, n s, 100 w 5th av, twenty two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.8x45, tin roofs, wood or zinc cornices; cost, each, $6,000; owners, Rhodes & Reynolds, West Brookville, N.Y.; architect, Charles Lincoln; builders, A. E. Reynolds and ____ Bucanan.

"Building Notes," BRERIP v. 1, n. 45 (October 4, 1884), p. 2.

Mr. Reynolds is completing twenty very neat two-story and basement brick dwellings, 16.8x40, on the south [sic - north?] side of 11th Street, commencing 100 feet west of 5th Avenue. Are constructed of Philadelphia brick, with brown stone trimmings, and contain everything which anyone can desire in the shape of improvements; they will undoubtedly when finished, readily find purchasers who wish a good and pleasant home. The row sets back 17 feet from the sidewalk, giving them a very attractive appearance. The rooms are conveniently arranged, and the nicely carved white marble mantles in the parlors give them an ornamental appearance. The front and back parlor will be separated by sliding doors, in which will be contained scrolled ground glass. The brown stone stoops now being put in place, are very large and substantial, and are alone worth $250. These houses will be completed in about a month and sell at $6,000.

South Side

246 Eleventh Street (SE corner Fourth Avenue)

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG November 28, 1891, p. 703:

2146- 4th av, s e cor 11th st, one four-story brk store and tenem’t, 21.6x80, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $10,000; o’r and c’r, A. G. Calder, 420 8th st; ar’t, W. M. Calder.

"Building Intelligence; Stores; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 34, no. 833 (Dec. 12, 1891): p. xviii.

– "Fourth Ave., s e cor. Eleventh St., four-st’y brick store and dwell., tin roof; cost, $10,000; owner, A. G. Calder, 420 Eighth St.; architect, W. M. Calder, 420 Eighth St."

#246 has "1892" in cornice.

248-254 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG November 21, 1891, p. 675:

2106- 11th st, s s, 21.6 e 4th av, four three-story brk tenem’ts, 19x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $4,500 each; ow’r and c’r, A. G. Calder, 420 8th st; ar’t, W. M. Calder; m’n, not selected.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 34, no. 832 (Dec. 5, 1891): p. 3.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 21' 6" e Fourth Ave., 4 three-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, $4,500 each; owner, A. G. Calder, 420 Eighth St.; architect, W. M. Calder, 420 Eighth St."

258-268 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 21, no. 582 (Feb. 19, 1887): p. xii.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 97' 10" e Fourth Ave., 6 two-st’y and basement brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, $3,000; owner and contractor, Thomas Butler, 389 Sixth St.; architect W. H. Wirth."

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n. 987 (February 12, 1887), p. 220:

161- 11th st, s s, 97.10 e 4th av, six two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.8x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $3,000; ow’r and c’r, Thos. Butler, 389 6th st; ar’t, W. H. Wirth.

On Eleventh street, near Fourth avenue, Mr. Thomas Butler is building six two story and basement brick dwellings, 16.8x45, for one family each, at a cost of $18,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, February 12, 1887, p. 2 ("Buildings").

Butler built a matching row on 5th Street, 5th/6th, south side, the previous year.

270-280 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 453 (Aug. 30, 1884): p. 107.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 197' e Fourth Ave., 6 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $3,500; owner and builder, C. B. Sheldon."

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 34, n. 858 (August 23, 1884), p. 887:

1078- 11th st, s s, 197 e 4th av, six two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.8x42, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $3,500; owner and builder, C. B. Sheldon.

"New Buildings," BRERIP v. 1, n. 39 (August 23, 1884), p. 3.

-1078- ELEVENTH st, s s, 197 e 4th av, six 2-story and basm't brick dwellings, 16.8x42, flat tin roof, wooden cornices; owner and builder C B Sheldon 362 5th st, $3500 ea..... 21000.

"Building Notes," BRERIP v. 1, n. 45 (October 4, 1884), p. 2.

Mr. Sheldon does not stop here. On 11th street between 4th and 5th avenues he is erecting, on the south side, six very attractive, octagon-shaped buildings, two-story and basement, very substantial. The studding corners are all solid, thereby allowing no lath to pass behind. The rooms will be so arranged to accommodate two families, as the upper story is to have a private hall and contain six large rooms. The first story will contain two sets of sliding doors.

        These buildings will have a column cornice, and be completed early in December. Their dimensions are 16.8x45; built for sale or rent, and valued at $7000. The masons are now putting the front on the third story. There is at the present day no more promising section in this city than that situated on the west side of the entrance to prospect park, which promises in a short time to become the great fashionable residence quarter of this city. The value of this property is continually increasing.

Eleventh street, south side, 197 feet east of Fourth avenue, six 2 story and basement brick dwellings, 16.8x42; owner, C. B. Sheldon. -Brooklyn Eagle, August 23, 1884, p. 4 ("Municipal").

282-290 Eleventh Street

“Projected Buildings,” RERBG April 11, 1908, p. 316:

589- 11th st, s s, 297.10 w 5th av, fine 3-sty brk dwellings, 20x47, 2 families each; total cost, $25,000; Wm M Calder Co, 252 Windsor pl; ar't, B F Hudson, 2 Ocean Parkway.

292-316 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 17, no. 490 (May 16, 1885): p. 239.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 97' 10" w Fifth Ave., 12 two-st’y brown-stone dwells., tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $6,000; owner and contractor, S. B. Oultan[sic - Oulton], 188 One Hundred and Thirty-eighth St.; architect — Wirth; mason, — Dunkley."

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 35, n. 895 (May 9, 1885), p. 551:

608- 11th st, s s, 97.10 w 5th av, twelve two-story and basement brown stone dwell’gs, 16.8x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $6,000; ow’r and c’r, S. B. Oulton, 188 13th st; ar’t, ---- Wirth; m’n, --- Dunkley.

On Eleventh street, between Fourth and Fifth avenues, is perhaps the neatest row of small houses in the ward.  They are twelve in number and have V shaped brown stone fronts, their size being 16.8x48.  Mr. S. B. Fulton [sic - Oulton] is the owner.  The accomodations they afford are remarkably good.  There is a large dining room in the basement, with marble mantel and Boynton heater, with registers opening into the rooms above.  The dining room has a marble topped buffet, with pantry and dresser off.  The kitchen has all conveniences, being fitted with a Newport range, with tubs, etc., and a storm shed, 6x10, behind it, opening into the yard.  The parlor is 29x11, with an arch for drapery if required.  Behind it and connected by glass sliding doors is another parlor or library, 16x16, with two closets, one for washing, off it, and an arched recess for a bookcase or piano.  On the upper story are four good bedrooms and a neat bathroom.  The front bedroom is an alcove room, 16x16.  The rooms are handsomely trimmed throughout, doors, vestibules, etc., being all in keeping.  These houses are offered at from $6,000 to $6,500, and for rent at $550.  They are almost finished.  --Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1885, p.2 ("Busy Builders").

318 Eleventh Street

On 11th Street, west of 5th ave., Mr. S. B. Oulton is about to build a 4 story brick house, 28x53.6, for a store and eight families, to cost $10,000.  --Brooklyn Eagle, October 01, 1886, p. 4 ("A Great Gain").

Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue

North Side

337-349 Eleventh Street

This row of 7 houses appears on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

345-349 Eleventh Street

“Buildings. Projected, Brooklyn,” RERBG v. 17, n. 413 (February 12, 1876), p. 124:

Eleventh st, n s, 125 e 5th av, three three-story brown stone dwellings, 16.8x36; owner, John McKellor, 171 17th st, W. D.

351-353 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Kings County, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 27, n. 680 (March 26, 1881), p. 293:

Plan 133 – Eleventh st, n s, and 10th st, s s, 250 e 5th av, rear, two two-story brick stables, 25x20, gravel roofs; cost, $250 each; owner and builder, W. Corrigan, 646 6th av; architect and carpenter, Thos. Corrigan.

Plan 134 – Tenth st, s s, and 11th st, n s, 250 e 5th av, four two-story brick dwell’gs, 20x40, gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $3,500; owner and builder, W. Corrigan, 646 6th av; architect and carpenter, Thos. Corrigan.

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn, N.Y.," AABN vol. 9, no. 275 (Apr. 2, 1881): p. 167.

– "Tenth St., s s, and Eleventh St., n s, 250 ‘e Fifth Ave., 4 two-st’y brick dwells, 20' x 40'; cost, each $3,500; owner and mason, W. Corrigan, 646 Sixth Ave.; carpenter, Thos. Corrigan."

Matching houses through the block on Tenth Street.

355-359 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Kings County, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 26, n. 656 (October 9, 1880), p. 889:

Plan 741 – Eleventh st, n s, 250 e 5th av, three two and three-story brown stone dwell’gs, 16.8x42, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $4,000 each; owner, V. B. W. Bennett, 220 17th st; architect, J. F. Wood; builder, not selected.

361 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 21, n. 521 (March 9, 1878), p. 216:

Eleventh st, n s, 300 e 5th av, one two-story brown stone dwelling, 18x40; owner, Michael Kavanaugh, 7? 5th av; architect and builder, T. Corrigan.

This house appears on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

363-375 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 31, n. 793 (May 26, 1883), p. 386:

528- 11th st, n s, 325 e 5th av, seven two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 17.9x45, gravel roof, wooden cornice; cost, $4,500 each; owners, W. and T. Corrigan, 223 11th st; architect and carpenter, Thomas Corrigan; mason, Wm. Corrigan.

387-395 Eleventh Street

This row of frame houses is on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

South Side

Unknown

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 20, n. 504 (November 10, 1877), p. 879:

Eleventh st, s s, 390 e 5th av, one three-story frame dwelling, 18.6x36; owner, Lewis Jones, 260 11th st.

350 Eleventh Street

“Buildings. Projected, Brooklyn,” RERBG v. 17, n. 424 (April 29, 1876), p. 336:

Eleventh st, s s, 148 e 5th av, one two-story brick dwelling, 22x36; owner, John Tilson; architects, Parfitt Bros.; builder, Wm. Wood.

352 Eleventh Street

"Projected Buildings," RERBG v. 74, no. 1913 (November 12, 1904): p. 1074.

-2621- 11th st, s s, 173.6 e 5th av, 3-sty brk tenement, 30.6x64, 6 families, steam heat; cost, $10,000; M F Hickey, 350 11th st; ar't, H Pohlman, 6005 5th av.

356 Eleventh Street

(one of the pair remains:)

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 463 (Nov. 8, 1884): p. xiii.

– "Eleventh St., s s, about 230' e Fifth Ave., 2 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,500; owner, e tc., C. B. Sheldon, 296 Ninth St."

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 463 (Nov. 8, 1884): p. xiii.

– "Eleventh St., s s, about 230' e Fifth Ave., 2 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,500; owner, e tc., C. B. Sheldon, 296 Ninth St."

"NEW HOUSES," BRERIP v. 1, n. 48 (October 25, 1884), p. 10.

-1402- ELEVENTH st, s s 230 ft e of 5th av, two two-story and basement brick dwellings, 12.6x45, flat tin roof, wooden cornices; owner architect and builder C B Sheldon.... 4,500

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 34, n. 867 (October 25, 1884), p. 1097:

1402- 11th st, s s, abt 230 e 5th av, two two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 12.6x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,500; owner, &c., C. B. Sheldon, 296 9th st.

364-368 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 15, no. 438 (May 17, 1884): p. 240.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 325' e Fifth Ave., 3 two-st’y and basement brick dwells., gravel roofs; cost, each, $4,000; owner and mason, Wm Corrigan, 223 Eleventh St.; architect and carpenter, Thomas Corrigan."

"New Houses," BRERIP v. 1, n. 23 (May 3, 1884), p.9.

-514- 11th st, s s, 325 e 5th ave, three two-story and basement brick dwellings, 18x45 ea; flat gravel roof, wooden cornices, cost $4000 ea; owner Wm Corrigan 223 11th st, architect and builder Thomas Corrigan.

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 33, n. 842 (May 3, 1884), p. 491:

514- 11th st, s s, 325 e 5th av, three two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 18x45, gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,000; owner and mason, William Corrigan, 223 11th st; architect and carpenter, Thomas Corrigan.

"Busy Builders," BRERIP v. 1, n. 46 (October 11, 1884), p. 2.

W. & T. Corrigan, the well-known South Brooklyn builders, are now constructing three very pretty Philadelphia brick 2-story and basement houses on 11th st, bet 5th and 6th aves. Each building will contain 11 large rooms conveniently arranged for comfort and convenience and contain whatever improvements would be desired. The floor of the vestibule is artistically tiled with marble. This property is situated in one of the healthiest locations in the city, surrounded by the best of property, and convenient to car routes; the houses afford equal inducements to buyers for investment or those who may be desirous of securing a comfortable home. They will be sold at a reasonable figure on terms favorable to the purchaser. They will be completed in time for the Spring market.

374-376 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 24, n. 601 (September 20, 1879), p. 753:

Plan 750 – Eleventh st, s s, bet. 5th and 6th avs, two two-story brick dwell’gs, 18.6x40, gravel roof and wooden cornice; owner, Andrew Suydam; architects, M. Freeman & Son; builder, F. Kelly.

380-390 Eleventh Street

These frame houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

392 Eleventh Street

Constructed 2003.

394-400 Eleventh Street

“Buildings. Projected, Brooklyn,” RERBG v. 16, n. 406 (December 25, 1875), p. 836:

Eleventh st, abt. 45 w. 6th av., five two story and attic frame dwellings, 15x40; owner, Hattie J. Squance; builder, Edwin C. Squance.

Six frame dwellings, 15x40, on 11th St., near 6th Ave. Owner, Edwin C. Squance. -Brooklyn Eagle, January 11, 1876, p. 4 ("New Houses").  [four of them remain].

These houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

402 Eleventh Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n.         1001 (May 21, 1887), p. 723:

864- 11th st, s s, 23 w 6th av, one three-story brick tenem’t, 25x52, gravel roof, wooden cornice; cost, $6,000; ---- MacCormick, 138a 16th st; ar’t, T. McCormick; m’n, J. Anderson; c’rs, McCormick & Sons.

On Eleventh Street, near 6th Avenue, Mr. McCormick will build a three-story brick dwelling, 25x52, for six families, to cost $6,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 21, 1887, p.2 ("Houses - Lots").

Sixth Avenue to Seventh Avenue

Unknown

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG October 16, 1886, p. 1288:

1547- 11th st, s w s, 157.4 w 7th av, two three-story brick flats, 20x52, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,500; Chas. Nickenig, 368 11th st.

On Eleventh street, west of Seventh avenue, Mr. Charles Wicking is building two three story brick houses 20x52, for three families each, at a cost of $9,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, October 16, 1886, p. 2 ("Buildings").

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG April 27, 1889, p. 607:

890- 11th st, s s, 231 w 7th av, one four-story brick tenem’t, 25x60, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $7,500; ow’r and b’r, A. G. Calder, 312 13th st; ow’r, W. N. Calder.

North Side

411-425 Eleventh Street (NE corner Sixth Avenue)

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG June 28, 1890, p. 971:

1350- 11th st, n s, 20.6 e 6th av, seven three-story brick tenem’ts, 19x45, tin roofs and iron cornices; cost, total, $34,000; ow’r, James Jack, on premises; ar’t, R. Dixon.

1351- 6th av, n e cor 11th st, one three-story brick store and dwell’g, 20.6x58, tin roof and iron cornice; cost, $6,000; ow’r and ar’t, same as last.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 29, no. 760 (Jul. 19, 1890): p. xv.

– "Eleventh St., n s, 20' 6" e Sixth Ave., 7 three-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; total cost, $34,000; owner, James Jack, on premises; architect, Robert Dixon, 219 Montegue St."

 

"Building Intelligence; Stores; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 29, no. 760 (Jul. 19, 1890): p. xix.

– "Sixth Ave., n e cor. Eleventh St., three-st’y brick store and dwell., tin roof; cost, $6,000; owner, James Jack, on premises; architect, Robert Dixon, 219 Montegue St."

On Eleventh street, near Sixth avenue, seven three story brick dwellings, 19x45, for three families in each.  James Jack, owner; cost $34,000.

At the northeast corner of Sixth avenue and Eleventh street a three story brick dwelling, 20.6x58, for two families and a store.  James Jack, owner; cost $6,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, June 28, 1890, p. 1 ("New Buildings").

411 Eleventh Street, corner Sixth Avenue, three story business property, 20.6x63.6, for James Jack to Johanna G. Burns (sale by Jones & Co. of 396 Seventh Avenue) -Brooklyn Eagle, November 24, 1899, p. 12 ("The Real Estate Market").

427-437 Eleventh Street

This row of 6 frame houses appears on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

441 Eleventh Street

Possibly?:

"New Buildings," RERBG v. 62, no. 1583 (July 16, 1898): p. 115.

-1150- 11th st, n s, 260 e 6th av, 2-sty brk wagon shed, 19x29, gravel roof; cost, $800; E. S. Haviland, 587 11th st; ar't, W. J. Corrigan, 1096 Prospect pl.

"New Buildings," RERBG v. 63, no. 1616 (March 4, 1899): p. 409.

-275- 11th st, n s, 253 e 6th av, 3-sty brk warehouse, 18x45, gravel roof, galvinized iron cornice; cost, $2,000; E. G. Haviland, 587 11th st; ar't, W. Corrigan, 1096 Prospect pl.

443-451 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG June 15, 1889, p. 859:

1303- 11th st, n s, ?00 e 6th av, five three-story brick tenem’ts, 18x45, gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,000; ow’rs, ar’ts and b’rs, T. & W. Corrigan, 228 11th st and 398 10th st.

On Eleventh Street, near Sixth avenue, Messrs. F. & W. Corrigan will build five three story brick dwellings, 18x45, for three families in each, to cost $20,000.  -Brooklyn Eagle, June 15, 1889, p. 1 ("Brick or Wood").

453-465 Eleventh Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 37, n. 953 (June 19, 1886), p. 821:

863- 11th st, n s, 250 w 7th av, seven three-story         brick dwell’gs, each 18x45, gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $3,500; ow’r and ar’t, William Corrigan, 310 10th st; b’r, Thos. Corrigan.

On the north side of Eleventh Street, west of Seventh avenue, Mr. Thomas Corrigan is about to build seven brick houses, 18x45, and three stories, for three families each, at a cost of $21,500 for all. These houses have four rooms and bathroom on the first floor and five rooms and bath on the floors above. -Brooklyn Eagle, June 25, 1886, p.1 ("Improvement").

467-473 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 26, n. 650 (August 28, 1880), p. 766:

Plan 580 – Eleventh st, n s, 143 w 7th av, four two-story brick dwell’gs, 16.8x40, frame and gravel roof, wooden cornice; owner, Mrs, Jones, 11th st, bet 5th and 6th avs; architect and carpenter, E. C. Squance; masons, John Buchanan & Son.

Four 2 story brick dwellings, 16.8x40 feet, north side of Eleventh street, 143 feet west of Seventh avenue.  Owner, Mrs. Jones; architect, E. C. Squance; mason, John Buchanan and Son; carpenter, E. C. Squance. -Brooklyn Eagle, September 03, 1880, p. 1 ("Building Enterprise").

475-479 Eleventh Street

"Buildings Projected - Kings County," RERBG vol. 44, no. 1134 (December 7, 1889): p. 1657.

- 2521 - 11th st, n s, 90 w 7th av, three three-story brick dwell'gs, 22x60, felt and gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $4,500 each; Thomas Corrigan, no. 398 10th st.

South Side

Unknown

"Buildings Projected - Brooklyn," RERBG v. 44, no. 1122 (September 14, 1889): p. 1254.

- 1960 - 11th st, s s, 90 w 7th av, two four-story brick tenem'ts, each 30x50, gravel roof; cost, each, $8,000; ow'r, ar't and c'r, Thomas Corrigan, 398 10th st; m'n, Wm. Corrigan, 223 11th st.

420-426 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 16, no. 470 (Dec. 27, 1884): p. xi.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 93' e Sixth Ave., 3 two-st’y and basement brown-stone dwells., tin roofs; cost, $4,000 each; owner, Geo. A. Carver, 29 South St., New York; architect and builder, H. E. Fickett."

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 34, n. 874 (December 13, 1884), p. 1271:

1587- 11th st, s s, 93 e 6th av, three two-story and basement brown stone dwell’gs, 20x42, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $4,500 each; owner, Geo. A. Carver, 29 South st, New York; architect and builder, H. E. Fickett.

428-438 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 24, n. 607 (November 1, 1879), p. 887:

Plan 878 – Eleventh st, s s, 150 e 6th av, six two-story brick dwellings, 16.8x40; gravel roof and wood cornice; owner, M. Jones; architect, E. C. Squance.

These 6 houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

442-452 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 20, n. 503 (November 3, 1877), p. 859:

Eleventh st, s s, 142 e 6th av, six three-story frame dwellings, 16.8x38; owner, &c., William Correja, 6th av and 18th st.

These frame houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

454 Eleventh Street

On Eleventh street, near Seventh avenue, a four story brick dwelling for eight families, 25x60; Mr. A. G. Calder, builder. -Brooklyn Eagle, April 27, 1889, p. 1 ("Within Three").

460-464 Eleventh Street

Probably one of the following listings; have to check distance from Seventh Avenue:

“Building Intelligence; Brooklyn,” AABN vol. 18, no. 503 (Aug. 15, 1885): p. 83.

– “Eleventh St., s s, 217' 10" w Seventh Ave., 3 three-st’y brick flats., tin roofs; cost, total, $10,000; owner, J. Jack, 454 Ninth St.; architect, G. W. Bush; builders, J. Crouch and W. Brown.”

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 36, n. 908 (August 8, 1885), p. 900:

1123- 11th st, s s, 217.10 w 7th av, three three-story brick flats, 16.8x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, total, $10,000; J. Jack, 454 9th st; ar’t, G. W. Bush; b’rs J. Crouch and W. Brown.

"Building Intelligence; Apartment-Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 20, no. 565 (Oct. 23, 1886): p. xi.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 157' 4" w Seventh Ave., 2 three-st’y brick flats, tin roofs; cost, each, $4,500; owner, Chas. Nickenig, 368 Eleventh St." (Not built?)

466-476 Eleventh Street

Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N. Y.,” RERBG May 19, 1877, p. 413:

Eleventh st, s s, 117.10 w 7th av, five three-story brick dwellings, 18x33; owner, M. F. McCormick, 318 10th st.

Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N. Y.,” RERBG March 8, 1879, p. 198:

Eleventh st, s s, 117.10 w 7th av, six two-story brick dwell'gs, 16.8x40, gravel roof and wood cornice; owner, architect and builder, William Corrigan, 646 6th av.

These 6 houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

480 Eleventh Street

“Plans Filed for New Construction Work, Brooklyn, Stables and Garages,” RERBG April 27, 1912, p. 890:

11th st, s s, 92 w 7th av, 2-sty brick garage, 25x60, felt and slag roof; cost, $2,500; owner, Dr. H. Y. Schroeder, 326 9th st; architect, Henry L. Behlert, 161 9th av. Plan No. 2234.

482-484 Eleventh Street

(2 of 3 remain:)

"Busy Builders," BRERIP v. 1, n. 9 (Jan. 26, 1884), p. 2.

Squires, Samuel, ought to have no difficulty in either renting or selling the three 2-story brick houses he has almost completed on the south side of 11th street, 40 feet west of Seventh avenue. They are 16.8x38, with a 10x12 extension on the first floor. The adding of this extension is a very good idea, as it admits of the kitchen and the dining-room being on the same floor. On the second floor there are four rooms and a bath-room, with lots of closet room. With all these attractions these houses should not stand vacant any great length of time. C. B. Sheldon, builder.

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 32, n. 814 (October 20, 1883), p. 823:

1218- 11th st, s s, 40 w 7th av, three two-story brown stone dwell’gs, 16.8x38, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $3,200; owner, Samuel Squires, 14th st; builder, C. B. Sheldon.

Seventh Avenue to Eighth Avenue

North Side

501 Eleventh Street

"Projected Builings," RERBG v. 73, no. 1882 (April 9, 1904): p. 847.

-623- 11th st, n s, 70.4 e 7th av, 1-sty brk laundry, 10.4x100, hot water heat; cost, $4,000; F H Rath, 361 7th av; ar't, W H Wirth, 358 17th st.

503-511 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 36, no. 853 (Apr. 30, 1892): p. xix.

– "Eleventh St., n s 125' e Seventh Ave., 4 three-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, $4,500 each; owner, architect and builder, E. Peterson, Eighth Ave. and Twelfth St."

– "Eleventh St., n s 103' e Seventh Ave., two-st’y brick dwell., tin roof; cost, $4,500; owner, architect and builder, E. Peterson, Eighth Ave. and Twelfth St."

“Buildings Projected – Kings County,” RERBG v. 49, n. 1255 (April 2, 1892), p. 534:

491- 11th st, n s, abt 105 e 7th av, one two-story brk dwell’g, 20x60, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $4,500; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, E. Peterson, 8th av and 12th st.

500- 11th st, n s, abt 125 e 7th av, four three-story brk tenem’ts, 20x45; cost, $4,500 each; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, E. Peterson, 8th av and 12th st.

513-519 Eleventh Street

“Buildings. Projected, Brooklyn,” RERBG v. 16, n. 391 (September 11, 1875), p. 611:

Eleventh st, n.s., 157.11 e 7th av, six two-story brick dwellings, 16.8x38; owner, Martin Oasen, 485 3d st; architect, R. Dixon; builder, T. Dunn.

3 of 4 appear to be on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

521-529 Eleventh Street

"Buildings Projected- Kings County," RERBG vol. 44, no. 1132 (November 23, 1889): p. 1591.

- 2409 - 11th st, n s, abt 260 e 7th av, five three-story brick tenem'ts, 20x45, tin roofs; cost, each, $5,000; ow'r, ar't and b'r, E. Peterson, 7th st, near 9th av.

527 Eleventh Street

Sold by James Jack to Miss Annie James, for $7,000. - NYTimes, August 10, 1894, p. 7 ("Brooklyn Realty Matters").

Jones & Co. of 400 Seventh avenue have sold for James Jack to Miss Anna James of New York city the three story brick flat 527 Eleventh street, 20x50x100, price $7,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, August 09, 1894, p. 7 ("Real Estate Market").

539-545 Eleventh Street

(part of long row)

The three story Philadelphia brick apartment house, 545 Eleventh street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, 20x53x100, to Charles Sutter of New York City, for James Jack, the builder.  Price $6,800. -Brooklyn Eagle, December 28, 1894, p. 6 ("Real Estate Market").

James Jack, the builder, bought through Mr. Pullman the three story brick flat, 20x45, at 539 Eleventh street, for $7,500. -Brooklyn Eagle, July 24, 1894, p. 7 ("Real Estate Market").

To James Jach [sic] [Mr. John Pullman] has sold, at $7,500, the three-story single flat 539 Eleventh street, 20 x 48 x 100.  NY Times, July 24, 1894, p. 12 ("Brooklyn Realty Matters").

Messrs. Jones & Co. have sold for James Juch [sic], to William Hart, at $7,000, the three-story brick flat 543 Eleventh Street, 20x43x100.  NY Times, July 1, 1894, p. 10 ("Brooklyn Realty Matters").

Messrs. Jones & Co. have sold for James Jack to Charles Sutter, at $6,800, the three-story brick flat 545 Eleventh Street, 20 x 53 x 100.  NY Times, Dec. 29, 1894, p. 12 ("Brooklyn Realty Matters").

Thomas Rosencrans of 249 Seventh avenue has sold for George Hennicke, to Richard Stainton, for $7,000, 541 Eleventh street, three story brick single apartment house. -Brooklyn Eagle, September 24, 1897, p. 11 ("Real Estate Market").

555 Eleventh Street

Previously:

“Projected Buildings – Stables and Garages,” RERBG June 19, 1909, p. 718:

11th st, n s, 225 w 8th av, 2-sty brick garage, 20x95.6, tin roof; cost, $2,500; owner, Thomas Smith, 557 11th st; architect, Lee Samenfeld, 2228 Pitkin av. Plan No. 3872.

“Current Operations,” RERBG July 10, 1909, p. 34:

11th st – Thomas Smith, owner, 553 11th st, will build a 2-sty brick and stone garage, 19x95, in the north side of 11th st, 300 feet west of 8th av. L. Somerfeld, architect, 2228 Pitkin av, is preparing the plans.

Eleventh street, north side, 100 feet west of Eighth avenue, a one story brick carriage house, 19.6x42, gravel roof; cost $100. J. Wolf, owner. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 28, 1896, p. 12 ("New Buildings").

"New Buildings," RERBG v. 57, no. 1472 (May 30, 1896): p. 961.

-895- 11th st, n s, 100 w 8th av, 1-sty brk carriage house, 19.6x42, gravel roof; cost, $100; J Wolf, 557 11th st; ar't and b'r, P McLaren, 257 11th st.

567-569 Eleventh Street (NW corner Eighth Avenue)

"Building Intelligence; Stores; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 36, no. 858 (Jun. 4, 1892): p. xxi.

– "Eighth Ave., n w cor. Eleventh St., four-st’y brick store and dwell., tin roof; cost, $8,500; owner, Geo. Keller, 571 Sixth Ave.; architect, W. H. Wirth, 358 Seventeenth St."

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 36, no. 859 (Jun. 11, 1892): p. xvi.

"Eleventh St., n s, 20' w Eighth Ave., four-st’y brick dwell., tin roof; cost, $6,000; owner, George Keller, 571 Sixth Ave.; architect, W. H. Wirth, 358 Seventeenth St."

“Buildings Projected,” RERBG v. 49, n. 1260 (May 7, 1892), p. 752:

Plan 733- 11th st, n s, 20 w 8th av, one four-sty brk tenem’t, 17.10x48, tin roof, iron cornice; cost, $6,000; George Keller, 571 6th av; ar’t, W. H. Wirth; b’rs, J. Shorroch and W. Diekmann.

734- 8th av, n w cor 11th st, one four-sty brk store and tenem’t, 20x50, tin roof, iron cornice; cost, $8,500; ow’r, ar’t and b’rs, same as last.

“Alterations,” RERBG January 28, 1905, p. 104:

112- 8th av, n w cor 11th st, 1-sty brk extension, 20x15.6; cost, $500; G Keller, on premises; ar't, T Bennett, 3rd av and 52nd st.

On Eleventh street, near Eighth avenue, a four story brick dwelling, 17.10x48, for four families. George Keller, owner; cost $6,000.

At the northwest corner of Eighth avenue and Eleventh street, a four story brick dwelling, 20x50, for three families and a store. George Keller, owner; cost $35,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, April 29, 1892, p. 2 ("New Buildings and Real Estate"). Store has "1892" on the side, in cornice.

There is a picture from 1916 at brooklynpix.com, park slope, p. 3.

South Side

Unknown

“New Buildings,” RERBG v. 56, n. 1427 (July 20, 1895): p. 105.

1220- 11th st, No 546, one 4-sty brk tenem’t, 20x62; cost, $4,000; Conrad Bilz, 546 11th st; ar’t, R Dixon.

“Projected Buildings,” RERBG May 20, 1905, p. 594:

1208- 11th st, s s, 250 w 8th av, 2-sty brk stable, 16.2x25; cost, $2,000; C Reimer, 546 11th st; ar't, A T Mack, 406 9th st.

496-506 Eleventh Street (SE corner Seventh Avenue)

"New Buildings," RERBG v. 63, no. 1619 (March 25, 1899): p. 559.

-424- 11th st, s s, 5 e 7th av, five 4-sty brk flats, 26.4x63, 8 families, galvanized iron cornices; total cost, $45,000; ow'r, ar't and b'r, W. M. Calder, 478 13th st.

-431- 7th av, e s, 61 n 12th st, two 4-sty brk stores and flats, 19.6x57 and 25x62, 4 and 8 families; total cost, $16,500; ow'r, ar't and b'r, W. M. Calder, 478 13th st.

-432- 7th av, s e cor 11th st, 4-sty brk flat, 25x87.6; cost, $17,000; ow'r and b'r, same as last.

Eleventh street, south side, 25 feet east of Seventh avenue, five four story brick houses, for eight families each; cost $45,000. William W. Calder, owner.  -Brooklyn Eagle, March 24, 1899, p. 14 ("Real Estate Market").

About two years ago [William M. Calder] sold five fine flat houses on Eleventh street, near Seventh avenue, to William Dick, the sugar refiner, for $75,000 cash. -Brooklyn Eagle, January 31, 1903, p. 11.

See also: 369 Seventh Avenue (corner building); also attributed to Calder.

514-528 Eleventh Street

Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N. Y.,” RERBG May 10, 1879, p. 391:

Eleventh st, s s, 197 e 7th av, eight three-story brick dwell'gs, 20x45, tin roof and wooden cornice; owner, Henry Lansdell, 9th st near 7th av; architect, A. V. B. Brush.

South side of Eleventh street, ? feet east of Seventh avenue, eight brick dwellings, three stories, 20x45 feet; owner and builder, H. Lansdell; architect, A.V.B. Bush. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 10, 1879, p. 4 ("New Houses").

These houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

532 Eleventh Street (Fire House)

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 13, no. 382 (Apr. 21, 1883): p. 192.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 288' 5" w Eighth Ave., two-st’y brick engine-house, tin roof; cost, $10,000; owner, City of Brooklyn; builders, Thos. Donlon and F. D. Norris."

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 31, n. 787 (April 14, 1883), p. 260:

334- 11th st, s s, 288 w 8th av, one two-story brick engine house, 25x55, tin roof and wooden cornice; cost, $10,000; owner, City Brooklyn; builders, T. Donlon and F. D. Norris.

...The construction of the new engine house in Eleventh street, near Seventh avenue is progressing very satisfactorily. -Brooklyn Eagle, July 07, 1883, p. 4 ("Municipal").

"Alterations," RERBG v. 70, no. 1812 (December 6, 1902): p. XI.

-1898- 11th st, s s, 200 w 8th av, new brk sty on extension of fire engine house; cost, $600; City of New York; ar't, P J Riley, 434 13th st.

"Alterations," RERBG v. 71, no. 1837 (May 30, 1903): p. XI.

-848- 11th st, s s, 382 e 7th av, add brk story to engine house; cost, $2,500; ow'r and ar't, Fire Department, City of N Y, 157 E 67th st, N Y.

“Projected Buildings,” RERBG September 15, 1906, p. 324:

2788- 11th st, s s, 357.4 e 7th av, 3-sty brk fire engine house, 25x84.4; cost, $4,000; ow'r and ar't, same as No 2784 [City of N Y Fire Department, 157 East 67th st, N Y; ar't, W E Parfitt, 26 Court st].

536-542 Eleventh Street

"Buildings Projected - Kings County," RERBG v. 46, no. 1183 (November 15, 1890): p. 674.

-2304- 11th st, s s, 230.5 w 8th av, three four-story brk flats, 2x65.6, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $6,000; ow'r and b'r, Thomas Smith, 300 11th st; ar't, R. Dixon.

"Building Intelligence; Apartment-Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 31, no. 785 (Jan. 10, 1891): p. xvii.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 230' 5" w Eighth Ave., 3 four-st’y brick flats, tin roofs; cost, $6,000 each; owner, Thomas Smith, 300 Eleventh St.; architect, R. Dixon, 219 Montague St."

546 Eleventh Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 24, n. 605 (October 18, 1879), p. 838:

Plan 832 – Eleventh st, s s, 182 w 8th av, one two-story brown stone dwell’g, 19.6x40; tin roof and wood cornice; owner, Charles Nirking [sic], 100 11th st; builder, Louis Bosert [sic].

One two story and basement brick dwelling, brown stone front, south side Eleventh street, 182 feet west of Eighth Street[sic - avenue], 19.6x40 feet; owner, C. Nirknig [sic - Nickenig]; builder, L. Bonert. -Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1879, p. 3 ("The Building Business").

548-554 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 49, no. 1020 (Jul. 13, 1895): p. xv.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 125' w 8th Ave., 3 four-st’y brick dwells., 25' x 62'; tin roofs; $21,000; own., J. Jack, 454 Ninth St.; arch., Robt. Dixon, 219 Montague St."

“New Buildings,” RERBG v. 56, no. 1426 (July 13, 1895): p. 68.

1174- 11th st, s s, 125 w 8th av, three 4-sty brk tenem’ts, 25x62; total cost, $21,000; James Jack, 454 9th st; ar’t, R. Dixon.

Eleventh street, south side, 125 feet west of Eighth avenue, three four story brick double apartment houses, 25x62, tin roof, for eight families each; cost $21,000.  James Jack, owner and builder. -Brooklyn Eagle, July 09, 1895, p. 2 ("Real Estate Market").

A plot 75x100 on the south side of Eleventh street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, for Conrad Bilz and William E. White to James Jack, who will improve the property. (sale by Jones & Co. of 396 Seventh avenue) -Brooklyn Eagle, June 28, 1895, p. 8 ("Real Estate Market").

Later sale:

Jones & Co. of Seventh avenue and Twelfth street have sold the four story swell front brick double apartment house, 552 Eleventh street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, 25x65x100, to T. R. Gough for James Jack, the builder, for $11,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, March 11, 1899, p. 14 ("Real Estate Market").

B. F. Mumm of 356 Seventh Avenue, has sold for James Jack, to James Gough, the four story brick double flat house on Eleventh street, south side, 113 feet 5 inches west of Eighth avenue, for $11,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, March 27, 1899, p. 14 ("Real Estate Market").

Earlier unexecuted plan?:

On Eleventh street, near Eighth avenue, three four story brick flats, 25x65, six families in each.  Thomas Smith, owner; cost $18,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, November 15, 1890, p. 2 ("Still Booming").

560 Eleventh Street

"Projected Buildings," RERBG v. 71, no. 1830 (April 11, 1903): p. 751.

-511- 11th st, s s, 20 w 8th av, 2-sty frame dwelling, 18.10x48, 2 families, steam heat; cost, $4,000; C Keller, 1020 8th av; ar't, W H Wirth, 358 17th st.

562 Eleventh Street (SW corner 8th Avenue)

"Projected Buildings," RERBG v. 71, no. 1827 (March 21, 1903): p. X.

-368- 8th av, s w cor 11th st, 3-sty brk store and dwelling, 20x64, two families; cost, $10,000; G Keller, 1020 8th av; ar't, W H Wirth, 358 17th st.

Eighth Avenue to Prospect Park West

South Side

574-582 Eleventh Street

"Building Intelligence; Apartment-Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 31, no. 787 (Jan. 24, 1891): p. xvii.

– "Eleventh St., s s, 30' e Eighth Ave., 5 three-st’y brick flats, tin roofs; cost, $5,000 each; owners, Norris & Co., 358 Twelfth St.; architect, A. V. B. Norris, 358 Twelfth St."

"Buildings Projected - Kings County," RERBG v. 46, no. 1187 (December 13, 1890): p. 819.

-2466- 8th av, s e cor 11th st, one four-story brk store and flat, 30x55, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $12,000; Norris & Co., 358 12th st; ar't, A. V. B. Norris; b'r, not selected.

-2468- 8th av, s s, 300[sic] e 8th av, five three-story brk flats, 18x45, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $5,000; ow'r, ar't and b'r, same as last.

“Alterations – Kings County,” RERBG v. 51, n. 1305 (March 18, 1893), p. 437:

187- 8th av, s e cor 11th st, one-sty brk extension, 20x30, tin roof; cost, $1,500; Ira O. Miller, New York City; ar’t, A. V. B. Norris; b’r, not selected.

Unknown

...a four story brown stone dwelling corner of Fifth avenue and Eleventh street;... -Brooklyn Eagle, August 31, 1883, p. 4 ("Municipal").  Could be either se or sw corner.

...seven two story and basement brick dwellings on Eleventh street, east of Fifth avenue; ... -Brooklyn Eagle, May 26, 1883, p. 4 ("Municipal").