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Category:South Congregational Church

South Congregational Church, Chapel, Ladies Parlor, and Rectory 
church building in New York, United States of America
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Instance of church building
LocationNew York
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Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places
40° 40′ 55.2″ N, 73° 59′ 45.6″ W
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South Congregational Church, Chapel, Ladies Parlor, and Rectory (en) Kirchengebäude in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); church building in New York, United States of America (en); كنيسة في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية (ar); église américaine (fr); kerkgebouw in Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)

The South Congregational Church at the corner of Court and President Streets in the Caroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City was built in 1857. The chapel was built in 1851, the Ladies Parlor in 1881 (designed by Frederick Carles Merry), and the Rectory in 1893 (designed by Woodruff Leeming). The buildings were designed in the Early Romanesque Revival style called "Rundbogenstil". They were designated New York City landmarks in 1982, and have been converted to condominium apartments. (Sources: NYCLPC Designation Report and CurbedNYC)