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. 21 Tier Street House, June 2000
  2. 52nd Police Precinct Station House, June 1974
  3. 62nd Police Precinct House (Now 41st Police Precinct Station House), June 1992
  4. 65 Schofield Street House, 2016
  5. 175 Belden Street House, July 1981
  6. 614 Courtlandt Avenue Building, February 1987 
  7. 1857 Anthony Avenue House (Edwin and Elizabeth Shuttleworth House) July, 1986
  8. Administration Building at East 180th Street (Former New York, Westchester And Boston Railroad Administration Building) East 180th Street (No. 2 and No. 5) Subway Station, May 1976
  9. Alderbrook House (4715 Independence Avenue), December 2010
  10. Alumni House, February, 1981
  11. American Bank Note Company Printing Plant
  12. Andrew Freedman Home, June 1992
  13. Anthony Campagna Estate (Yeshive of Telshe Alumni School), November 1993
  14. (Former) American Female Guardian Society and Home for the Friendless Woody Crest Home, March 2000
  15. The Bronx Post Office, 560 Grand Concourse, September, 1976 ~Interior Landmark Request Letter April 2013~
  16. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 1, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  17. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 2, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  18. Baird (now Astor) Court Part 3, Bronx Zoo, June 2000
  19. Bartow-Pell Mansion, February 1966 
  20. Bedford Park Congregational Church, June 2000
  21. Begrisch Hall at Bronx Community College, January 2002
  22. Bronx Borough Courthouse, July 1981
  23. Bronx County Courthouse, July 1976
  24. Bronx Grit Chamber of The Ward’s Island Sewage Treatment Works (now the Ward’s Island Water Pollution Control Plant, N.Y.C. Bureau of Water Pollution Control), June 1982
  25. Bronx Post Office, September 1976
  26. Christ Church, January 1967
  27. College of Mount St. Vincent Administration Building, February 1979
  28. Cornelius Baker Hall of Philosophy, February 1966
  29. Cottage & Stable, College of Mount St. Vincent (Fonthill; Edwin Forrrest House) July 1981
  30. Crotona Pool Complex and Bath House, June 2007
  31. Dollar Savings Bank, January 2010
  32. Duff House (Riverdale Presbyterian Church), April 1966
  33. Edgehill Church of Spuyten Duyvil (United Church of Christ) originally Riverdale Presbyterian Chapel, November 1989
  34. Estey Piano Factory, May 2006
  35. Firehouse, Engine Company 41, June 2013
  36. Firehouse, Engine Company 46 (now Engine Company 46/ Hook & Ladder Company 17), February 2013
  37. Fire Engine Company Number 83, Hook & Ladder Company 29, June 2012
  38. Fire House, Hook and Ladder 17 (Also Now Engine Company 60), June 2000
  39. Firehouses, Engine Company 73 and Hook & Ladder Company 42, February 2013
  40. Fonthill (College Library) College of Mount St. Vincent. Edwin Forrest House; Admissions Office of the College of Mount St. Vincent, March 1966
  41. Fordham University Chapel (St. John’s Church), August 1970
  42. Former 50th Precinct Police Station House (originally the 40th Precinct Police Station House), July 1986
  43. Fort Schuyler, April 1966 
  44. Gould Memorial Library, February 1966
  45. Greyston (William and Sarah Hoadley Dodge, Jr. Estate) Gatehouse, March 2011
  46. Greyston Conference Center, October 1970
  47. H.F. Spaulding House (Coachman’s Residence), July 1981
  48. Hadley House, June 2000
  49. Haffen Building, June 2010
  50. Hall of Fame, February 1966
  51. Hall of Languages, February 1966
  52. Herman Ridder Junior High School, December 1990
  53. High Bridge, Aqueduct and Pedestrian Walk, November 1970
  54. High Pumping Station, July 1981
  55. Kingsbridge Armory (Eighth Regiment Armory) Eighth Coastal Artillery Armory, September 1974
  56. Loew’s Paradise Theater, April 1997
  57. Lorillard Snuff Mill, April 1966
  58. Messiah Home for Children, June 1997 
  59. New York Botanical Garden Museum (now Library) Building, “Fountain of Life,” and Tulip Tree Allee, March 2009
  60. New York Public Library Hunts Point Branch (877 Southern Boulevard), April 2009
  61. New York Public Library, Morrisania Branch, June 1998 
  62. New York Public Library Woodstock Branch (761 East 160th Street), April 2009
  63. Noonan Plaza Apartments, June 2010
  64. Old Bronx Borough Hall, October 1965
  65. Old West Farms Soldier Cemetery, August 1967
  66. Orchard Beach Bathhouse and Promenade, June 2006
  67. Park Plaza Apartments, May 1981
  68. Poe Cottage, February 1966
  69. Public School 11 (Formerly Public School 91), August 1981
  70. Public School 15, January 1978
  71. Public School 27 (Saint Mary’s Park School), September 1995
  72. Public School 31, July 1986
  73. Public School 102 (later 17), December  2011
  74. Rainey Memorial Gates, January 1967
  75. Riverdale Presbyterian Church, April 1966
  76. Robert Colgate House “Stonehurst” (now the Nicholas Katzenbach House), October 1970
  77. Rockefeller Fountain, February 1968
  78. Rose Hill (Fordham University Administration Building), August 1970
  79. Samuel Pell House, October 2002
  80. St. Ann’s Church and Graveyard, June 1967
  81. St. James’ Episcopal Church, November 1980
  82. St. John’s Residence Hall ( A Part of the “Old Quad”), August 1970
  83. St. Peter’s Church, Chapel and Cemetery, March 1976
  84. Sunnyslope, now Bright Temple A.M.E. Church, July 1981
  85. The Conservatory (Includes the Palm House and Wings), October 1973 
  86. Tremont Baptist Church, February 2000
  87. Union Reformed Church of Highbridge, November 2010
  88. United Workers Cooperative Colony (“The Coops”), June 1992
  89. University Heights Bridge, September 1984
  90. Van Cortlandt Mansion, March 1966 
  91. Van Schaick Free Reading Room/Huntington Free Library and Reading Room, April 1994
  92. Varian House, March 1966
  93. Wave Hill House, June 1966
  94. Williamsbridge Reservoir Keeper’s House, February 2000

Bronx Interior Landmarks:

  1. Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, first floor interior, May 1975
  2. Bronx General Post Office Lobby, First Floor Interior, December 2013 
  3. Crotona Pool Complex and Bath House June 2007
  4. Dollar Savings Bank (Now Emigrant Savings Bank), first floor interior, attachment July 1994
  5. Gould Memorial Library, ground floor interior, August 1981
  6. Loew’s Paradise Theater May 2006
  7. Morris High School, ground floor interior (Duncan Hall), December 1982
  8. Van Cortlandt Mansion, basement interior, July 1975

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The Bronx Six To Celebrate :
  1.   Port Morris Gantries, 2012
  2. Van Cortlandt Village, 2012
  3. Bronx Parks System, 2013 
  4. Clay Avenue, 2016
  5. Woodlawn Heights, 2016
  6. Mott Haven, 2017
  7. Hart Island, 2017 

References:

  1. Landmarks Preservation Commission
  2. Neighborhood Preservation Center

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