St. Albans Congregational Church, St. Albans, NYC

On the border of Addisleigh Park, an exclusive enclave within St. Albans, Queens, is the St. Albans Congregational Church at 172-17 Linden Boulevard. It is a classic mid-century A-frame dedicated in 1959 and designed by the firm of Gibbons Heidtmann & Salvador, which still exists today as part of a larger firm. The firm was originally based in White Plains, NY and was active in the region. Several of their mid-century buildings were done for the Childrens Aid Society including 150-156 East 45th Street, which still stands and will be featured in our next entry.

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