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200-206 St Nicholas Ave

200 to 206 St. Nicholas Avenue is a group of four residential buildings, located at the northeast corner of Saint Nicholas Avenue and West 120 Street. According to the Record and Build Guide, the four five-story stone front flats, named Scotia, were built in 1889. The architect, C.P.H. Gilbert, designed it for the owner David T. Kidd.