3432, 3434, 3426, 3428, 3438, 3440, 3442, 3444, 3446 GILES PLACE
3438, 3440, 3442, 3444, 3446 GILES PLACE, Benjamin Driesler, 1936
3432–34 and 3426–28 GILES PLACE, Benjamin Driesler, 1933
This row of five attached homes and two detached homes was designed in the neo-Tudor style. All of the houses were constructed of brick with half-timbering on the upper levels. The earlier homes are more exuberant in their detailing, with red clay tile roofs, patterned brick chimneys, fieldstone accents on their façades and turreted entry porches. The later homes have slate tile roofs and less ornamental detail on their façades. The location of these structures directly across from the neo-Tudor Shalom Aleichem Houses creates a stylistically uniform and contextually elegant streetscape.