364 Lincoln Place
Sugarman & Berger
Lincoln Hall was built by the Turner Brothers Building Company directly behind Turner Towers, in the same year. The building has six stories and extends 200 feet on Lincoln Place, matching the width of Turner Towers on Eastern Parkway, but goes back only 63 feet – compared to the 170 feet of Turner Towers-. With 51,000 square feet, Lincoln Hall has an outstanding design in brown brick laid in a diamond pattern with Romanesque-style corbeling along the top of the first story, a Tudor-arched entrance, a crenellated parapet, and fluted brick piers. Its low-slung horizontality, along with that of other buildings on this block, provides superb enclosure to narrow Lincoln Place.