The Bronx-Landmarks

A complete current listing of every legally designated historic district in The Bronx.

Bronx Historic Districts:

  1. Bertine Block Historic District, April 1994
  2. Clay Avenue Historic District, April 1994
  3. Fieldston Historic District, January 2006
  4. Grand Concourse Historic District, October 2011
  5. Longwood Historic District, July 1980
  6. Longwood Historic District Extension, February 1983
  7. Morris Avenue Historic District, July 1986
  8. Morris High School Historic District, December 1982
  9. Mott Haven Historic District, July 1969
  10. Mott Haven East Historic District, April 1994
  11. Perry Avenue Historic District, December 2009
  12. Riverdale Historic District, October 1990

Bronx Individual Landmarks:

  1. Alderbrook House (4715 Independence Avenue), December 2010
  2. American Bank Note Company Printing Plant
  3. The Bronx Post Office, 560 Grand Concourse, September, 1976 ~Interior Landmark Request Letter April 2013~
  4. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 1, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  5. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 2, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  6. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 3, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  7. Bronx Borough Courthouse, July 1981
  8. Crotona Pool Complex and Bath House, June 2007
  9. Dollar Savings Bank, January 2010
  10. Estey Piano Factory, May 2006
  11. Fire Engine Company Number 83, Hook & Ladder Company 29
  12. Greyston (William and Sarah Hoadley Dodge, Jr. Estate) Gatehouse, March 2011
  13. Haffen Building, June 2010
  14. New York Botanical Garden Museum (now Library) Building, “Fountain of Life,” and Tulip Tree Allee, March 2009
  15. New York Public Library Hunts Point Branch (877 Southern Boulevard), April 2009
  16. New York Public Library Woodstock Branch (761 East 160th Street), April 2009
  17. Noonan Plaza, June 2010Orchard Beach Bathhouse and Promenade, June 2006
  18. Public School 102 (later 17), December 2011
  19. Samuel Pell House, October 2002
  20. Union Reformed Church of Highbridge, November 2010

Bronx Interior Landmarks:

  1. Crotona Pool Complex and Bath House June 2007
  2. Loew’s Paradise Theater May 2006
Six To Celebrate The Bronx:
  1. 2012  Port Morris Gantries
  2. 2012 Van Cortlandt Village
  3. 2013 Bronx Parks System

References:

  1. Landmarks Preservation Commission
  2. Neighborhood Preservation Center

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