Brownstone Renaissance Revival at 2–9 Mount Morris Park West, Harlem (1890s). Architects and builders in the 1890s sometimes used brownstone with surprising verve and imagination, after the material had fallen into disrepute in the previous two decades. Mount Morris Park Historic District.
Colonial Revival/Neo-Federal house, 109 Willow Street, architect John Petit (1905), Brooklyn Heights. At the turn of the twentieth century, many architect-designed houses looked backward to the houses of the early nineteenth century for design inspiration. Brooklyn Heights Historic District.