SOUTH 46TH STREET

200 block South 46 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

201-209 S. 46 St.

See 4524-4538 Walnut Street.

211-229 South 46 St.

Anson B. Evans/George W. Hincliff, developers

c.1911

Ten, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange Pompeiian brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian semi-detached houses in AABBAABB pattern. All have front yards and tall brick chimneys. Distinguishing features of A) ionic columned porch with bracketed cornice, entrance stairs at angle, second floor bay window with pilasters and modillioned cornice, third floor elliptical arched windows flanked by pilasters, monumental corner pilasters, small paired windows in hipped dormer with modillioned cornice, Spanish tile hipped roof; B) classical columned porch with bracketed cornice, segmentally arched basement opening with decorative iron grille, second floor bay window with ornamentation, brick quoins, decorative second floor belt course, decorative brick diapering, terra cotta window surrounds, small paired windows in hipped dormer with modillioned cornice, Spanish tile hipped roof. 10 Contributing.

Porch infill: 211 (partial)

Porch removed: 223

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 225

Double hung stained glass window removed: 211, 213, 227,229

Spanish roof tiles replaced: 211, 217, 219, 221, 225, 227, 229

231-233 South 46 St.

Anne G. Quinn/Francis X. Quinn, developers

c.1913

Three-story, two-bay, brick, Tudor apartment building. Distinguishing features include three-story bay window with wood and stucco wall patterning, iron balconies, casement windows with transoms, French doors with iron railings, slate shingles, stone door surround. 1 Contributing.

235-259 South 46 St.

(235 a.k.a. 4532-36 Court Street)

Joseph Groezinger, developer

c.1904

Thirteen, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange Pompeiian brick Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include: stone fence, front yard, stone base, ionic columned porch with modillioned and denticulated cornice, stone fence, transom over first floor door and window openings, second floor three-sided bay window with pilasters and modillioned cornice, third floor triple windows with pilaster surrounds, monumental corner pilasters, 6/6 window in pedimented dormer. 13 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 235, 239, 241, 243, 249, 257

Porch infill: 237, 259

Leaded glass transom window removed: 253

270-280 South 46 Street

See 4601 Spruce Street.

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300 block South 46 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

301-315 South 46 Street

See 4534-38 Spruce Street.

315-17-19 South 46 Street

Samuel Cohen, developer and builder

Durham Brothers, architect

c.1922

Kingsbury Apartments. Three-story over raised basement, three-bay, orange tapestry brick, Arts and Crafts/Classical Revival apartment house. Distinguishing features include stone base, stone entrance with incised letters, grouped 4/4 wood windows with brick lintels and sills, stone keystones and metal cornice, parapet wall and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

321-331 South 46 St.

(331 a.k.a. 4539-4543 Pine Street)

H. Downsborough, developer

c.1911

Six, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses in the AABBAA pattern. All have raised front yards with brick retaining walls and steps. Distinguishing features of A) orange Pompeiian brick walls, ionic columned porch with modillioned cornice, second floor bay window with decorative pilasters and pressed metal roof cresting, terra cotta beltcourse and window surrounds, copper cornice, paired arched windows in hipped roof dormer, finials, heavy brick chimney. B) Flemish bond brick with darkened header walls, ionic columned porch with modillioned cornice, pilasters serving as window and door trim, stone quoins, second floor bay window with ionic capitaled columns and denticulated cornice, stone lintels and sills, modillioned cornice, gable roof with end chimneys. Pedimented dormer with Palladian window. 6 Contributing.

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300-316 South 46 St.

See 4600-4604 Spruce Street.

318 South 46 St.

Good Sheperd Community Church. (Previously Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)

c.1937

Simple, L-shaped building complex framing a rectangular landscaped courtyard, consisting of a gable-roofed sanctuary with a large, arched window projecting toward 46th Street and a church house wing at the rear of the courtyard, all finished in coursed rock-faced schist. 1 Contributing.

320-30 South 46 St.

H. Downsborough, developer

c.1912

Six, three and one half-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses in the AABBAA pattern. See 321-331 South 46 Street for description. 6 Contributing.

Porch glazed: 320

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500 block South 46 St.

501-511 S. 46th Street

c. 1910

Six, three-story, brick, Colonial Revival twins. Distinguishing features include columned porch, denticulated cornice and a flat cornice and flat roof on the first story. Second story is comprised of three sided bays with recessed pilasters between each window. Third story windows alternate with each pair from square headed keystones grouped in threes, to round headed with keystones. 6 Contributing.

515-545 S. 46th Street

E. Allen Wilson

1925

Sixteen, three-story, brick, stucco and half-timber row of impressive Mediterranean/Tudor/Colonial Revival twin residences. The outer of the eight twins was designed in the Mediterranean style with barrel shingled roofs, stuccoed third floors with inset tiles and arcaded porches. Flanking two central Colonial Revival houses are four half-timbered doubles, two on either side. Classically detailed dormers, breaking through hipped roofs. Classically detailed porches. 16 Contributing.

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500-526 S. 46th Street

c. 1910

Fourteen, three-story, Colonial Revival twins. Distinguishing features include columned porch, denticulated cornice and a flat cornice and flat roof on the first story. Second story is comprised of three sided bays with recessed pilasters between each window. Third story windows alternate with each pair from square headed keystones grouped in threes, to round headed with keystones. 14 Contributing.

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900 block South 46 St.

917-923 S. 46th Street

c. 1886

Four, two-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, attached residences with flat roof. 4 Contributing.

925 S. 46th Street

c. 1886

One, two-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal twin, Colonial Revival attached single residence with full-width porch and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

927 S. 46th Street

c. 1886

One, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival attached residence with flat roof. 1 Contributing.

929-931 S. 46th Street

c. 1886

One, two and one-half story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival vernacular, irregular twins with enclosed porch addition (913) and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

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906-924 S. 46th Street

c. 1909

Five, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 5 Contributing.

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1000 block 46th Street

1001 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

One, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal and wood trim, Colonial Revival single residence with full-width porch and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

1005 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

Warren Apartments. One, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival vernacular apartment building with full-width porch on each level and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

1007 or 9 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

One, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival vernacular apartment building with full-width porch on each level and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

1011-1025 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

Four, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 1123-25: porch removed. 4 Contributing.

1027 S. 46th Street

Charles W. Bolton

1893

Chester Avenue Baptist Church. Brick clad with lancet windows fronted by a random ashlar stone frontispiece with corner tower. Central door, leaded glass transoms, central pointed window. Belt courses of smooth stone. 1 Contributing.

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1006 S. 46th Street

c. 1892

One, three-story, three-bay, stone with pressed metal (copper) trim, Queen Anne single residence with wrap-around porch and slate hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

1010-1014 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

Three, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. Twin of 1014 missing. 3 Contributing.

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1100 block S. 46th Street

1117-1131 S. 46th Street

c. 1895

Four, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 4 Contributing.

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1100-1106 S. 46th Street

c. 1900

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 1000-2: major alterations to first floor fenestration and bay windows; porch removed. 2 Contributing.

1116 S. 46th Street

c. 1900

One, four-story, wide three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival apartment building with full-width porch and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

1118-1132 S. 46th Street

c. 1909 (1118-24 c. 1900)

Four, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 1126-32: slight hipped roof. 4 Contributing.

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1200 block S. 46th Street

1201-1213 S. 46th Street

c. 1892

Seven three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne rowhouses. Distinguishing features include full-width front porches (1211 with original turned posts, screen and balustrade), slate mansard roof with peak dormer. Partially altered porch: 1201. Porch infilled: 1203, 1205. Porch removed: 1207, 1209, 1213. Dormer altered: 1203. Original 1st story Queen Anne style windows: 1207, 1209, 1211. 7 Contributing.

1215-1223 S. 46th Street

c. 1892

Five three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne twins with full-width front porches and slate faced mansards with peak dormers. Original turned porch posts and screen: 1215, 1221. Infilled porch: 1217, 1223. Porch removed: 1219. Some original Queen Anne sash. 5 Contributing.

1227-1241 S. 46th Street

c. 1892

Eight three-story, two-bay red brick Queen Anne rowhouses with full width front porches, slate faced mansard roofs with peaked dormers. Significant deterioration, some vacant. Distinguishing features include one original turned balustrade, 2nd story arched window openings, decorative brickwork at cornice, bracketed cornice. 8 Contributing.

1243-1259 S. 46th Street

c. 1910

Nine two-story, two-bay brick Colonial Revival rowhouses. Distinguishing features include orangish tan brick frontice with red brick on side and rear elevations, full-width front porch with classical columns on stone piers, 2nd story projecting pressed metal bay, and pressed metal cornice with finials. Porch infilled: 1245, 1253. 9 Contributing.

1261 S. 46th Street

1991

Forty Sixth Street Baptist Church. One-story concrete block modern church building. Distinguishing features include central entrance, gable roof with entrance denoted by stepped parapet. 1 Non-contributing.

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1202-1204 S. 46th Street

c. 1892

Two three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne twins with faced mansards with peak dormers.

Front porches removed. 2 Contributing.

1206-1216 S. 46th Street

c. 1900

Six three-story, two-bay brick Colonial Revival rowhouses. Distinguishing features include tannish brick front with red brick on side and rear elevations, stone lintels and sills, 1st story classical columned porch with pediment centered between each pair, bracketed pressed metal cornice with finials, flat roof. Third story windows are rectangular on the inner two units and arched on the outer four. Porch infilled: 1208-1212. 6 Contributing.

1218-1242 S. 46th Street

c. 1900

Thirteen two-story, two-bay brick Colonial Revival rowhouses with orange brick frontice and red brick on side and rear. Stone lintels and sills. Original front porches have been altered. Bracketed pressed metal cornice with finials. Brick corbelling visually divides the units beneath each cornice finial. 13 Contributing.