315-363 East 23rd Street
Floyd E. Moore

New York builder F. E. Moore designed these 14 Dutch Colonial Revival single-family houses in 1913, which were completed by 1915. Born in 1866, Moore had been working in the area since the late 1890s, and specialized in frame residential structures. He lived at No. 335 until the 1920s, with his wife and mother.

The two-story frame structures feature gambrel roofs with a three-bay dormer window facing the street. Although the original roof shingles have been replaced, there are a few houses that still have wood shingles on side walls and/or the façade. The entrance is framed by three equidistant pillars, and the base of the wall is clad in rustic stone.

Early residents were white middle-class families, mostly first-generation Americans, with a few immigrant families from northern Europe.