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HPF Loan Provides Restoration for Brooklyn Brownstone

In May, work was completed on a Historic Properties Fund (HPF) project at 428 Greene Avenue, located in the Greene Avenue-Clifton Place National Register Eligible Historic District in Brooklyn. The $140,000 loan provided for a full restoration of the building’s brownstone façade and stoop, as well as the restoration of the wooden cornice. 428 Greene Avenue is one of a row of Neo-Grec style brownstones dating to 1886 and designed by architect Fred E. Lockwood.

The condition of the façade on 428 Greene Avenue before restoration with assistance from the Historic Properties Fund
428 Green Avenue after restoration work was completed
Restored window surrounds

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