1209, 1211, 1213, 1215, 1217 Park Avenue and 112, 114 East 95th Street

Flemer & Kohler, 1889-90; 1209
redesign: Lucien David, 1960-62; 1211
redesign: William L. Bottomley, 1922

These seven rowhouses that wrap the corner of East 95th Street were built by one developer. The houses on Park Avenue were designed in the Renaissance Revival style, while the narrower ones on East 95th Street were designed in the Queen Anne style. 1209 and 1211 Park Avenue were significantly altered in the 20th century, the former in a Modern style when it was converted to a school, and the latter in the neo-Georgian style.