Quarters A, also known as the Commandant's House, is a historic house on Evans Street in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. Built beginning in 1805, with a number of later alterations, it remains a prominent example of Federal architecture in New York City. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974 for its association with Matthew C. Perry, commandant of the adjacent Brooklyn Navy Yard 1841-1843, whose opening of Japan to the west in 1854 revolutionized trade and international affairs. The building is now privately owned.

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  • Quarters A, also known as the Commandant's House, is a historic house on Evans Street in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. Built beginning in 1805, with a number of later alterations, it remains a prominent example of Federal architecture in New York City. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974 for its association with Matthew C. Perry, commandant of the adjacent Brooklyn Navy Yard 1841-1843, whose opening of Japan to the west in 1854 revolutionized trade and international affairs. The building is now privately owned. (en)
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  • Quarters A, also known as the Commandant's House, is a historic house on Evans Street in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. Built beginning in 1805, with a number of later alterations, it remains a prominent example of Federal architecture in New York City. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974 for its association with Matthew C. Perry, commandant of the adjacent Brooklyn Navy Yard 1841-1843, whose opening of Japan to the west in 1854 revolutionized trade and international affairs. The building is now privately owned. (en)
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