Former Fire Hook & Ladder Company No. 14

120 East 125th Street
Napoleon LeBrun & Sons

Like Fire Engine Company No. 53 (site #2a), this fire station was designed by Napoleon LeBrun & Sons during their tenure as architects for the New York City Fire Department. In 1975, the Romanesque Revival style building became home to Fire Engine Company No. 36 until it was decommissioned in 2003. As a result of its designation as an Individual Landmark by the city in 1997, the building has continued to thrive, having undergone a restoration and conversion to the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute in 2014-15.

The Former Fire Hook & Ladder Company No. 14 is a designated New York City Individual Landmark and listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places.