Fourteenth Street

Unknown

14th St., near 6th Ave., Mr. William Hawkins is about to erect three two story and basement frame dwellings, 16.8x45, for one or two families. - Brooklyn Eagle, October 17, 1887, p. 2 ("Real Estate").

On Fourteenth street, near Sixth avenue, Mr. William Hawkins is about to erect three two story and basement frame dwellings, 16.8x45, for one or two families, to cost $7,500.  -Brooklyn Eagle, October 22, 1887, p. 1 ("Houses - Lots").

Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue

North Side

Many of the frame houses appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

Holy Family School

“Projected Buildings,” RERBG April 11, 1908, p. 315:

561- 14th st, n s, 125 e 4th av, 2-sty brk school, 100x58; cost, $55,000; Holy Family Church, 236 13th st; ar't, F J Berlenbach, 260 Graham av.

205 Fourteenth Street – Holy Family Rectory

“Projected Buildings, Brooklyn, Dwellings,” RERBG September 30, 1911, p. 268:

14th st, n s, 228 e 4th av, 3-sty brick rectory, 37x58, tin roof; cost, $5,000; owner, Holy Family R C Church, 236 13th st; architect, F J Berlenbach, 260 Graham av. Plan No. 5996.

239 Fourteenth Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 15, no. 440 (May 31, 1884): p. 264.

– "Fourteenth St, No. 239, n s, 97' 10" w Fifth Ave., three-st’y brick double flat, tin roof; cost, $9,000; owner, S. Moffett, 237 Fourteenth St.; architect, Geo. W. Bush."

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

– "Fourteenth St., n s, 95' 6" w Fifth Ave., three-st’y brick flat, tin roof; cost, $7,000; owner and architect, S. Moffit, Fourteenth St., near Fifth Ave.; builders, Wm. and Thos. Corrigan."

"New Houses," BRERIP v. 1, n. 26 (May 24, 1884), p.9.

-620- 239 14th st, one three-story brick 5x71, flat tin roof, wooden cornices, cost $9000; owner S Moffett, 237 14th st; architect G. H. Bush, builder ____.

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

-826- 14th st, n s, 95.6 w 5th av, one three-story brick flat, 25x67, flat tin roof, wooden cornices, cost $700[sic]; owner S Moffitt, 14th st near 5th av; builder Wm Corrigan.

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 33, n. 845 (May 24, 1884), p. 585:

620- 14th st, No. 239, n s 97.10 w 5th av, one three-story brick double flat, 25x71, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $9,000; owner, S. Moffett, 237 14th st; architect, Geo. W. Bush; builder, not selected.

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

826- 14th st, n s, 95.6 w 5th av, one three-story brick flat, 25x67, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $7,000; owner and architect, S. Moffit, 14th st, near 5th av; builders, Wm. and Thos. Corrigan.

South Side

[Demolished/never built:] “Projected Buildings,” RERBG January 27, 1906, p. 97:

152- 4th av, s e cor 14th st, brk church, 85.6x81.11, steam heat; cost, $____; 15th St Baptist Church; ar'ts, Helmle, Huberty & Hudswell, 44 Court St.

The frame houses toward the 5th Avenue end of the block appear on the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

204 Fourteenth Street

“Projected Buildings, Brooklyn, Tenements,” RERBG October 7, 1911, p. 288:

14th st, s s, 97.10 e 4th av, 4-sty brick tenement, 50x89, slag roof, 19 families; cost, $45,000; owner, Rogers Impt. Co., 107 East 81st st, N.Y.; architects, Shampan & Shampan, 772 Broadway. Plan No. 6182.

210-214A Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 37, n. 943 (April 10, 1886), p. 481:

516-         14th st, s s, 432.10 ½ w 5th av, five         three-story brick dwell’gs, each 18x45; cost, each, $4,500; ow’r         and c’r, A. G. Calder, 312 13th st.

244 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 27, n. 691 (June 11, 1881), p. 617:

Plan 452 – Fourteenth st, No. 244, s s, 120 w 5th av, one two-story frame dwell’g, 20x36, gravel roof; cost, $2,000; owner, James Gree, 555 4th av; builder, G. R. Schiller.

248 Fourteenth Street

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG October 4, 1890, p. 450:

2002- 14th st, s s, 100 w 5th av, one three-story brk tenem’t, 20x45, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $4,000; John Bolton, 10th st and 9th av; ar’t, T. Corrigan; b’r, W. Corrigan.

On Fourteenth street, near Fifth avenue, a three story brick dwelling, 20x45, for three families. John Bolton, owner; cost $4,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, October 04, 1890, p. 1 ("New Buildings").

Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue

Most frame houses on both sides of the street appear in the 1880 "Bromley" Brooklyn Atlas.

North Side

269-273 Fourteenth Street

Assembled into development site, Oct. 2016.

275-283A Fourteenth Street

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

307-309 Fourteenth Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 15, no. 424 (Feb. 9, 1884): p. 72.

– "Thirteenth St., s s, and Fourteenth St., n s, 90' w Sixth Ave., 4 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, $4,000 each; owner and builder, Sampson B. Oulton, 163 Fourteenth St.; architect, Arthur Sterns."

"New Buildings," BRERIP v. 1, n. 10 (Feb. 2, 1884), p. 9.

-45- 13th st, s s, 90 w 6th av, and 14th st, n s, 90 w 6th av, four two-story and basement, Philadelphia brick front dwellings, 16.5x42, (two on each street), flat tin roofs, wooden cornices, cost $4000 ea; owner and builder, S. B. Oulton, 165 14th st, architect, Arthur Steers.

"Busy Builders," BRERIP v. 1, n. 25 (May 17, 1884), p. 2.

Oulton, S. B., is the owner and builder of four fine 2-story and basement Philadelphia brick front dwellings, 16.5x42, two situated on 13th street and two on 14th near 6th ave. They are very fine houses indeed, and are well worth every dollar that has been expended upon them. The locality is one of the finest in Brooklyn and the people are beginning to find it out; the cost will be $4,000 each.

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 33, n. 829 (February 2, 1884), p. 125:

45- 13th st, s s, 90 w 6th av, and 14th st, n s, 90 w 6th av, four two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.5x42, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $4,000; owner and carpenter, Sampson B. Oulton, 165 14th st; architect, A. Sturn; mason, ---- Wyeth.

46- 6th av, n w cor 14th st, and 6th av, s w cor 13th st, two three-story brick stores and dwell’gs, 20x45, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $5,000; owner, architect and builder, same as last.

Thirteenth street, south side, Fourteenth street, north side, 90 feet west of Sixth avenue, four 2 story and basement brick dwellings, 16.5x42. Owner and builder, Sampson B. Oulton. -Brooklyn Eagle, February 03, 1884, p. 7 ("The Building of a Week").

Matching pair through the block on Thirteenth Street, south side.

Oulton also built the adjacent corner houses on 6th Ave.

South Side

Unknown

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 17, no. 473 (Jan. 17, 1885): p. 35.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 247' w Sixth Ave., 3 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $2,500; owner and builder, Geo. R. Waldron, 529 Halsey St.; architect, Amzi Hill."

Same as above: RERBG January 10, 1885, plan #3.

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 35, n. 879 (January 17, 1885), p. 69:

23- 14th st, s s, 247.10 w 6th av, three-story, two-story and basement brick dwell’g, 16.8x30, gravel roof; cost, $2,000; owner, M. A. McCormick, 104 15th st; architect and builder, T. M. McCormick; mason, T. MacDonnele.

268 Fourteenth Street

"Buildings Projected - Kings County," RERBG vol. 44, no. 1129 (November 2, 1889): p. 1492.

- 2293 - 5th av, s e cor 14th st rear, one two-story brick dwell'g, 35x24.8, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $3,500; N. R. Stillwell, Gravesend; ar't and c'r, G. H. Magill.

At 268 Fourteenth street Mr. N. R. Stillwell will build a two story brick dwelling, 35x24.2, for two families, to cost $3,500. -Brooklyn Eagle, November 02, 1889, p. 3 ("Half a Million").

284 Fourteenth Street

Projected Buildings,” RERBG November 18, 1905, p. 547:

3609- 14th st, s s, 275 e 5th av, 4-sty brk tenement, 19.6x72, 9 families; cost, $12,000; Tom Toner, 355 Baltic st; ar't, L. Danancher, 255 East New York av.

298-308 Fourteenth Street

“Building Intelligence; Brooklyn,” AABN vol. 18, no. 507 (Sept. 12, 1885): p. 131.

– “Fourteenth St, s s, 97' 10"w Sixth Ave., 9 two-st’y frame (brick-filled) dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $2,500; owners and builders, John Walters & Son, 375 Pacific St.”

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 36, n. 912 (September 5, 1885), p. 988:

1260- 14th st, s s, 97.10 w 6th av, nine two-story frame (brick filled) dwell’gs, 16x20 and extensions 12x22, tin roofs; cost, each, $2,500; ow’rs and b’rs, John Walters & Son, 375 Pacific st.

On Fourteenth street, below Sixth avenue, Messrs. John Walters & Son are building a row of nine houses.  They will be of wood, two stories in height, with a brick cellar, and in size 16x28, with an extension 22x12, giving a total depth to the house of 50 feet.  The kitchen will be in the extension, the cellar being only for fuel and storage generally.  These houses will be finished in pine, fitted with hot and cold water, with all improvements, and will be neat and comfortable eight room dwellings.  It is expected that they will be completed by the 1st of March.  --Brooklyn Eagle, October 08, 1885, p. 2 ("Houses - Going Up in All Quarters").  Extensions visible via aerial photo

310 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n. 992 (March 19, 1887), p. 388:

396-         14th st, s s, 72 w 6th av, one three-story         brick flat, 26x80, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $7,000; ow’r         and b’r, Thos. Butler, 389 6th av; ar’t, W. H. Wirth.

"Building Intelligence; Apartment-Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 21, no. 587 (Mar. 26, 1887): p. xii.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 72' w Sixth Ave., three-st’y brick flat, tin roof; cost, $7,000; owner and builder, Thos. Butler, 389 Sixth Ave.; architect, W. H. Wirth."

Sixth Avenue to Seventh Avenue

North Side

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

Unknown:

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n. 985 (January 29, 1887), p. 153:

83- 14th st, n s, 347.10 e 6th av, three two-story and basement (brick filled) dwell’gs, 16.8x45, tin roofs; cost, $2,500; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, Wm. Hawkins, 216 Prospect av.

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n. 997 (April 23, 1887), p. 577:

672- 14th st, n s, 347.10 w 7th av, three two-story and basement frame dwell’gs, 16.8x42, tin roofs; cost, each, $2,500; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, Wm. E. Kay, 276 18th st.

351-355A Fourteenth Street

"Building Intelligence; Brooklyn," AABN vol. 17, no. 476 (Feb. 7, 1885): p. 71.

– "Fourteenth St., n s, 197' 10" w Seventh Ave., 6 two-st’y brick dwells., tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $3,800; owners, J. E. Skidmore — Conhead; architect and carpenter, J. E. Skidmore; masons, Buchanan & Riley."

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 35, n. 881 (January 31, 1885), p. 119:

75- 14th st, n s, 197.10 w 7th av, six two-story and basement brick dwell’gs, 16.8x40, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, each, $3,800; owners, J. E. Skidmore ----- Conhead; architect and carpenter, J. E. Skidmore; masons, Buchanan & Riley.

359-361 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 37, n. 947 (May 8, 1886), p. 630:

661- 14th st, n s, 147.10 ½ w 7th av, three three-story frame (brick filled) dwell’gs, each 16.8x50, tin roofs; cost, each, $4,000; A. P. Van Tuyl, Jr., 385 8th st.

To Let - Flats - $17 - Cozy Little [?] Eastlake Flat, 359A Fourteenth street, near Seventh avenue, healthy neighborhood, convenient to Prospect Park; six rooms and bath; all improvements; awnings; janitor service.  VAN TUYL, 385 Eighth st. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 05, 1887, p. 2 ("To Let").

363-365A Fourteenth Street

“Buildings Projected, Brooklyn, N.Y.,” RERBG July 17, 1886, p. 937:

963- 14th st, n s, 97.10 ½ w 7th av, four two and a half story and basement brick dwell'gs, each 12.6x40, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $3,500; A. P. Van Tuyl, Jr., 315 9th st; ar't, C. L. Lincoln.

On the north side of Fourteenth street, west of Seventh avenue, Mr. A. P. Van Tuyle is about to build five brick private residences, 12 1/2x40, two stories and basement, at a cost of $14,000 for all. -Brooklyn Eagle, July 17, 1886, p. 1 ("Real Estate"). [Andrew P. Van Tuyl; wife = Elizabeth]

To Let - House - Only $35 - Cozy little Queen Anne house, 363 Fourteenth st, near Seventh av; nice, healthy neighborhood, near Prospect Park; 9 rooms and bath; all improvements, dumb waiter, etc.  VAN TUYL, 385 Eighth st. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 07, 1887, p. 2 ("To Let").

Any of the 4 offered for $1,000 cash; balance on easy terms: Eagle April 22, 1887, p. 5.

A. P. Van Tuyl was chairman of the Fifth Avenue Property Owners' Rapid Transit Association, according to the Brooklyn Eagle of January 18, 1889, p.4.

A. P. Van Tuyl bankrupt in 1890 (Eagle).

A. P. Van Tuyl, Jr. published letter advocating secession of New York City from New York State, Eagle October 20, 1889, p. 4.

Brownstoner “Building of the Day” featured these houses on June 5, 2015.

367 Fourteenth Street

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG March 9, 1889, p. 338:

395- 14th st, n s, 75 w 7th av, one two-and-a-half story and basement brick and brown stone dwell’g, 18.10x45, slate, tin, and mansard roof; iron cornice; cost, $6,000; John Gallagher, on premises; ar’t, G. W. Bush; b’r, D. Ryan.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 25, no. 690 (Mar. 16, 1889): p. xvii.

– "Fourteenth St., n s, 75' w Seventh Ave., two-and-one-half-st’y brick and brownstone dwell., slate, tin and mansard roof; cost, $6,000; owner, John Gallagher, on premises; architect, G. W. Bush; builder, D. Ryan."

On Fourteenth street, near Seventh avenue, Mr. J. Gallagher will build a two story and basement brick dwelling, 18.10x45, for one family, to cost $6,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, March 09, 1889, p. 1 ("City Lots").

This building was Gallagher's residence.  Lain's 1897 Brooklyn Directory:

GALLAGHER John bldr. h 367 14th

This is also listed as Gallagher's address in: Brooklyn Eagle, November 07, 1895, p. 10 ("Real Estate Market").

South Side

320-326 Fourteenth Street

 Plan ___ - Fourteenth st, s e cor 6th av, ten two-story and basement brick dwell'gs (5 on 14th st and 5 on 6th av), five 14.6x35, and five 14x35, felt and gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $2,500 each; owner, &c., D. C. Davison, 575 Quincy st. -Real Estate Record and Builders Guide, October 8, 1881, p. 958.

Church

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG December 19, 1891, p. 815:

2227- 14th st, n s[sic], 83 e 6th av, one one-story brk Indiana limestone church, 39.6x38x118, slate roof, stone cornices; cost, $20,000; Rev. C. H. Dumabut, 289 15th st; ar’t, B. O’Rourke; m’n, P. Cooney; c’rs, Johnson & H___.

"Building Intelligence; Churches; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 34, no. 834 (Dec. 19, 1891): p. xvi.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 83' e Sixth Ave., brick church, slate roof; cost, $20,000; owner, Rev. C. H. Dumahut, 289 Fifteenth St; architect, B. O’Rourke, 47 Howard Ave."

On Fourteenth street, near Sixth avenue, a one story brick church, 39.6x118. Rev. C. H. Dumahut, owner; cost $20,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, December 12, 1891, p.1 ("New Buildings and Real Estate").

336-346 Fourteenth Street

"New Buildings," RERBG v. 61, no. 1567 (March 26, 1898): p. 587.

- 443 - 14th st, s s, 172 e 6th av, six 4-sty brk flats, 25x63, 8 families; total cost, $54,000; ow'r, ar't and b'r, William M. Calder, 478 13th st.

South side of Fourteenth street, 172 feet east of Sixth avenue, six four story brick, 25x63, for eight families, tin roof; cost $9,000; William M. Calder, owner. -Brooklyn Eagle, March 23, 1898, p. 14 ("Real Estate Market").

Johnson & Son of 311 Seventh avenue have sold for William Calder, the builder, to William Dick, for $40,000 cash, 336, 338, and 340 Fourteenth street, three four story brick double apartment houses, 25x70x100. -Brooklyn Eagle, January 17, 1899, p. 14 ("Real Estate Market").

348-350 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 40, n.         1023 (October 22, 1887), p. 1340:

1863- 14th st, s s, 322.10 e 6th av, three two-story and basement         frame dwell’gs, 16.8x45, tin roofs; cost, each, $2,500; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, Wm. Hawkins, 216 Prospect av.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 22, no. 619 (Nov. 5, 1887): p. xii.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 322' 10" e Sixth Ave., 3 two-st’y and basement frame dwells., tin roofs; cost, each $2,500; owner and builder, Wm. Hawkins, 216 Prospect Ave."

352-352A Fourteenth Street

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 22, no. 624 (Dec. 10, 1887): p. xv.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 372' 10" e Sixth Ave., 2 two-st’y frame dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $2,000; owner and builder, William Hawkins, 216 Prospect Ave."

On Fourteenth street, near Sixth avenue, Mr. William Hawkins is about to erect two two story frame dwellings, 12.6x45, for one family each, to cost $4,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, December 04, 1887, p. 11 ("The Building Interest").

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 40, n. 1029 (December 3, 1887), p. 1532:

2161- 14th st, s s, 372.10 e 6th av, two two-story frame dwell'gs, 12.6x45, tin roofs; cost, each, $2,000; ow'r, ar't and b'r, William Hawkins, 216 Prospect av.

358-360 Fourteenth Street

“Buildings Projected - Kings County,” RERBG August 4, 1888, p. 990:

1388- 14th st, s s, 197.10 w 7th av, three two-story and basement frame dwell’gs, each, 16.8x45, tin roofs; cost, each, $2,600; ow’r, ar’t and b’r, Wm. Hawkins, 216 Prospect av.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 24, no. 660 (Aug. 18, 1888): p. xvi.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 197' 10" w Seventh Ave., 3 two-st’y and basement frame dwells., tin roofs; cost, each, $2,600; owner, architect and builder, William Hawkins, 216 Prospect Ave."

On Fourteenth street, near Seventh avenue, Mr. William Hawkins is about to erect three two story and basement frame dwellings, 16.8x45, for one or two families in each, to cost $7,800. -Brooklyn Eagle, August 04, 1888, p. 2 ("New Buildings").

362-366 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG November 20, 1886, p. 1448:

1784- 14th st, s s, 122.10 w 7th av, four two-story and basement brick dwell'gs, 18.9x40, tin roofs, wooden cornices; cost, $3,800; H. C. Bull, Jr., 545 5th av; ar't, W. E. Kay.

"Building Intelligence; Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 20, no. 571 (Dec. 4, 1886): p. xi.

– "Fourteenth St., s s, 122' 10" w Seventh Ave., 4 two-st’y and basement brick dwells., tin roofs; cost, $3,800; owner, H. O. Bull, Jr., 545 Fifth Ave.; architect, W. E. Kay."

370 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 39, n.         1003 (June 4, 1887), p. 790:

973- 14th st, s s, 80 w 7th av, one four-story brick and terra cotta stores and tenem’t, 17.10x55, tin roof, wooden cornice; cost, $8,000; ow’r and ar’t, same as last         [Sampson B. Oulton, 188 11th st; ar’t, W. H. Wirth].

"Building Intelligence; Tenement-Houses; Brooklyn, N. Y.," AABN vol. 21, no. 600 (Jun. 25, 1887): p. xiii.

"Fourteenth St., s s, 80' w Seventh Ave., four-st’y brick and terra-cotta tenement, tin roof; cost, $8,000; owner, Sampson B. Oulton, 188 Eleventh St.; architect, W. H. Wirth."

Cf. row at SW corner, Seventh Avenue & Fourteenth Street.

Seventh Avenue to Eighth Avenue

North Side

383-387 Fourteenth Street

“Building Intelligence; Brooklyn,” AABN vol. 18, no. 509 (Sept. 26, 1885): p. 155.

– “Fourteenth St, n s, 87' 10"e Seventh Ave., 3 three-st’y brick and wood tenements, gravel roofs; cost, each, $4,000; owner, R. F. Clayton, 415 Seventh Ave.; architect and contractor, W. F. Clayton; mason, N. Meyers.”

“Buildings Projected, Kings County,” RERBG v. 36, n. 914 (September 19, 1885), p. 1037:

1371- 14th st, n s, 87.10 e 7th av, three three-story brick and wood tenem’ts, 20x45, gravel roofs, wooden cornices; cost, each, $4,000; R. F. Clayton, 415 7th av; ar’t and c’r, W. F. Clayton; m’n, N. Meyers.

On Fourteenth street, above Seventh avenue, Mr. R. F. Clayton is erecting three buildings 20x50, and three stories in height, which will be fitted up in comfortable flats, like a number of other buildings which the same builder has erected there.  -Brooklyn Eagle, October 08, 1885, p. 2 ("Houses - Going Up in All Quarters").

On Fourteenth street, near Seventh avenue, Mr. R. F. Clayton is building three brick three-story houses, 20x45, which are to be fitted up with all improvements.  The roof is now being put on these buildings.  Mr. Nicholas Meyer is the architect.  -Brooklyn Eagle, November 21, 1885, p. 1 ("More Houses").

On the north side of Fourteenth street, east of Seventh avenue, Mr. R. F. Clayton has completed three brick three story buildings, 20x45, for three families each, cost of $12,000.  --Brooklyn Eagle, April 02, 1886, p. 1 ("City Growth").

393-405 Fourteenth Street

Buildings Projected, Kings County, N.Y.,” RERBG v. 27, n. 691 (June 11, 1881), p. 617:

Plan 460 – Fourteenth st, n s, 172.11 e 7th av, ten two-story brick dwell’gs, 17.6x36, tin roof, wood cornice; cost, $2,500 each; owner, Mary E. Wood, 98 13th st; architect, Thos. McCormick; builders, G. Bragnell and W. Wood.

397-399 Fourteenth Street

Congregation Tifereth Israel, which later became the Park Slope Jewish Center, purchased 397 14th Street in 1915, and 399 14th Street in 1916. Moved from here to 1925 building at 8th Avenue & Union St. Moved from 411 7th Avenue to here. Source: PSJC history exhibit, 2010.

407-409 Fourteenth Street

“Current Operations,” RERBG April 17, 1909, p. 434:

Five Apartments in 14th st. - 14th st – Lee Somenfeld, 2228 Pitkin av, is the architect for five [sic] 4-sty brick and limestone apartments to be erected by the owners, Taktman Bros., 415 7th av, in 14th st, between 7th and 8th avs. Each building will be 25x80 ft. and cost $15,000. There will be accommodations for twenty families.

“Projected Buildings – Tenements,” RERBG June 5, 1909, p. 653:

14th st, n s, 347.4 e 7th av, two 4-sty brick tenements, 25x83.6, tin roof, 8 families each; total cost, $28,000; owner, Bennie Traktman, 415 7th av; architect, Lee Samenfeld, 2228 Pitkin av. Plan No. 3399.

411-421 Fourteenth Street

On Fourteenth Street, near Eighth Avenue, Messrs. Conlon & White will build six three story brick dwellings, 20.8x56, for six[sic - three?] families each, to cost $24,000. -Brooklyn Eagle, May 07, 1887, p. 1 ("Permit Issues").

425 Fourteenth Street (Natoma Apartments)

#423 14th St. was site of the Palace Theatre, extant 1914, according to Cezar Del Valle's Brooklyn Theatre Index; new apartment building in 1930.

Eighth Avenue to Prospect Park West

South Side

442 Fourteenth Street (“The Maxwell”)

“Projected Buildings,” RERBG May 1, 1909, p. 493:

14th st, s s, 45.2 e 8th av, 4-sty brick tenement, 45.2x88, tin roof, 16 families; cost, $18,000; owner, Max Kurzrok, 99th st and Shore rd; Architect, Thos. Bennett, 3d av and 52d st. Plan No. 2463.