Constructed as the episcopal residence for the Bishop of the Brooklyn Diocese.1 Now LaSalle Hall, a residence hall for students (at Bishop Loughlin HS?). The Bishop's residence is now located on Clinton Avenue, in the former Charles Millard Pratt residence.
- 1. "Church Work: Operations Resumed on the Bishop's New Residence", Brooklyn Daily Eagle (July 11, 1884), 2.
367 Clermont Avenue