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The Red Cross intended to demolish the mansion, originally located west of John R. Preservationists succeeded in successfully moving the Livingstone House about one block to the east.

Nevertheless, after this change of position some serious structural problems concerning the house's foundations caused the gradual collapse of the building.

Streets, named Woodward East Historic District, was designated a Michigan State Historic Site on September 17, 1974, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 21, 1975; gaining a poor reputation as one of Detroit's most derelict areas.

David Northcross in 1917, it was originally located at 248 Winder Street, and later relocated to 668 Winder.

[Alfred Street] is now in what city-planners call a blighted area. No representative of the old neighborfamilies remains.

The Woodward East Historic District, a smaller historic district completely encompassed by the larger Brush Park neighborhood, is located on Alfred, Edmund, and Watson Streets, from Brush Street to John R.

Street, and is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.

One of the neighborhood's earliest examples of this type of structure was the Luben Apartments, built in 1901 by architect Edwin W.

Gregory The Luben featured large and sumptuous units, and its elaborate limestone façade blended with those of the surrounding mansions; however, the construction of apartment buildings undoubtedly represented a decrease in the quality of Brush Park's building stock.African American institutions located in Brush Park included St.Peter Claver, the first Catholic parish for African Americans in Detroit, established in 1914 in the former St.Mary’s Episcopal church at Beaubien and Eliot; and the Mercy General Hospital and Clinic.Mercy Hospital was the first black-owned hospital in Detroit; founded by Dr.This house (pictured left) was built in 1905 for Max Broock, a real estate and insurance broker whose offices were located in the Breitmeyer-Tobin Building.

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