Neo-Federal style

Neo-Federal style

An inexact term applied to architecture loosely based on the American Federal style of architecture; moderately popular in the 1920s and beyond.
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1,100 s/f five room home on the 7th floor of a nine-story neo-federal style pre-war co-op built in 1923.
a stately neo-Federal style brick structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, was built in 1914 as a clubhouse of the Suburban Club.