The Montauk Club at 25 8th Avenue on the corner of Lincoln Place, with a rear facade on Plaza Street West, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City, was built in 1889-91 and was designed by Francis H. Kimball in the Venetian Gothic style. Built of brownstone and brick, it features verdigris copper and terra cotta produced by the New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works. It is ornamented with representations of the Montauk Tribe of Native Americans. The upper floors of the building are now apartments, but the private club it was built for continues to use part of the building. (Sources: Guide to NYC Landmarks (4th ed.) and AIA Guide to NYC (5th ed.))
Media in category "Montauk Club"
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- Montauk Club 8th Avenue facade detail.jpg 1,299 × 1,200; 523 KB
- Montauk Club Brooklyn The Squirrels 0081.jpg 3,008 × 2,000; 3.08 MB
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- Montauk Club from 8th Avenue.jpg 1,126 × 1,267; 503 KB
- Montauk Club from Park Street West.jpg 1,053 × 943; 342 KB
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- Montauk Club Lincoln Place facade detail.jpg 1,483 × 971; 640 KB
- Montauk Club Park Street West facade detail.jpg 1,261 × 1,171; 598 KB
- Montauk Manor by Don Ramey Logan.jpg 3,353 × 2,136; 3.14 MB