Stoyan N. Karastoyanoff
|Stoyan N. Karastoyanoff|
Stoyan N. Karastoyanoff, AIA, was a minor American architect practicing in New York City in the early twentieth century. Little of his work is known and his career was severely affected and cut short by the Great Depression. He is best known as the architect of the current Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church (New York City). In the 1910s he practiced from 114 East 28th Street before moving uptown to 220 Audubon Avenue, Washington Heights, Manhattan, roughly following the concurrent migration of German immigrants there of whom many where his clients.
- 1917: Bashein Garrage, 376 West 213TH Street, a single-storey brick garage for
- 1917: Arras Garage & Auto Supply Co, 4892-4 Broadway, single-storey brick storage & warehouse for $25,000.00
- 1925: Norwegian Free Mission Church Sunday School, 461 West 166TH Street, single-storey brick Sunday School with a rubberoid roof (bitchemin?) for $15,000
- 1925-1926: The Evangelical Lutheran Church of our Savior, 578-580 West 187th Street, now the Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church (New York City) since 1929.
- Office for Metropolitan History, "Manhattan NB Database 1900-1986," (Accessed 25 Dec 2010).
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