New York Congregational Home for the Aged

Designed by architect William A. Parfitt and built between 1917 and 1927, the New York Congregational Home for the Aged is located in Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood and is a striking example of an institutional building designed in the Colonial Revival style. It was also the first and only aged care facility to be built by the Congregationalists in the New York City region. While at Cultural Resource Consulting Group, Gregory completed the National Register Nomination and a New York State Environmental Protection Fund grant application for the property which resulted in a maximum grant of $400,000. In 2010, GDPC was commissioned to collaborate with Julie Meridy Design to produce a history and a timeline about the institution for the organization's centennial gala program.


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