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116 Crown is well known in the New Haven downtown district for the restaurant bearing it's name.
.PDF contains Ivan Farr's skate-park intervention at the Paul Rudolph-designed Temple Street Garage. Includes material from a comparative study of usage of three parking garages: Temple St., College/Crown Garage, and the York-Chapel Garage, conducted with Brandon Hall in 2013. Picture above, drawn from the report, shows the view from the top of the garage, which Farr sees as an under-...
A group of sanborn maps compiled by ______ in 2012 indicate that it was built between 1886 and 1901, at the northwest corner with Park Street. Probably built originally as a two-family house, it was labeled a "Rooming House" on the 1954 Sanborn (see below). A two-family house at 379 / 381 Crown were taken down by 1954 and the lot was being used for a parking lot and auto repair...
This early 19th century building, a one-time residential dwelling, is now inhabited by Yale's Art & Architecture Library.