New York City Homes: Two Centuries of Architecture

Share Article, a New York based online provider of real estate data, created a slideshow showing the evolution of residential architecture in NYC.

As America was celebrating last Friday, June 8th, the 145th would-be birthday of its most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, created a slideshow revealing almost two centuries of home architecture in New York City.

The slideshow illustrates the evolution of residential architecture in NYC over the past 190 years and shows one home built each year.

A 2012 walk through the city’s most prominent historic districts — Greenwich Village, Brooklyn Heights – still unveils the brownstones and cobbled streets, a distinctive signature of prewar residential architecture.

More details on each of the properties and the code for embedding the gallery can be found here:

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