Brooklyn-Landmarks

A complete current listing of every legally designated historic district in Brooklyn

 

Brooklyn Historic Districts:

  1. Albemarle – Kenmore Terraces Historic District, July 1978
  2. Alice and Agate Courts Historic District, February 2009
  3. Bedford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Heights Historic District Extension, April 2013
  4. Boerum Hill Historic District, November 1973
  5. Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District, September 2011
  6. Brooklyn Academy of Music Historic District, September 1978
  7. Brooklyn Heights Historic District, November 1965
  8. Carroll Gardens Historic District, September 1973
  9. Clinton Hill Historic District, November 1981
  10. Cobble Hill Historic District, December 1969
  11. Cobble Hill Historic District Extension, June 1988
  12. Crown Heights North, April 2007
  13. Crown Heights North Phase II, June 2011
  14. Ditmas Park Historic District, July 1981
  15. DUMBO, December 2007
  16. Eberhard Faber Pencil Company, October 2007
  17. Fillmore Place, May 2009
  18. Fiske Terrace – Midwood Park, March 2008
  19. Fort Greene, September 1978
  20. Fulton Ferry Historic District, June 1977
  21. Greenpoint Historic District, September 1982
  22. Ocean on the Park Historic District, October 2009
  23. Park Place, June 2012
  24. Park Slope, July 1973
  25. Park Slope Extension, April 2012
  26. Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District, October 1979
  27. Prospect Heights Historic District, June 2009
  28. Prospect Park South Historic District, February 1979
  29. Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, September 1971
  30. Vinegar Hill, January 1997
  31. Wallabout Historic District, July 2011

Brooklyn Individual Landmarks: 

  1. 677 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora) Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  2. 678 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora) Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  3. 679 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora)Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  4. A. I. Namm & Son Department Store, March 2005
  5. Antioch (Formerly Greene Avenue) Baptist Church and Church House, 1990
  6. Avenue H Station House, June 2004
  7. Betsy Head Play Center, September 2008
  8. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Laboratory Administration Building, March 2007
  9. Brooklyn Public Libary, DeKalb Branch, May 2004
  10. Brooklyn Bridge, August 1967
  11. Brooklyn Union Gas Company Building, May 2011
  12. Boys’ High School
  13. Childs Restaurant Building (Former), February 2003
  14. Childs Restaurant Building (1208 Surf Ave.), January 2011
  15. New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company Building, June 2006
  16. Coney Island Theater (later Shore Theater, 1301 Surf Avenue), December 2010
  17. Domino Sugar Refinery, September 2007
  18. Elkins House, October 2006
  19. Erasmus Hall High School, June 2003
  20. F. J. Berlenbach House, May 2004
  21. Flatbush District No. 1 School (P.S. 90), November 2007
  22. Girls High School,1983
  23. Hecla Iron Works Building, June 2004
  24. Historic Street Lampposts, June 1997
  25. Hubbard House (2138 McDonald Avenue), January 2009
  26. James and Lucy Elwell House, December 2006
  27. McCarren Play Center, July 2007
  28. New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company Building, June 2006 (modified January 2012)
  29. New York and New Jersey Telephone and Telegraph Building (Former), June 2004
  30. NY Telephone Long Island Headquarters (Former), September 2004
  31. Offerman Building, March 2005
  32. Parachute Jump, May 1989
  33. Red Hook Play Center (Sol Goldman Pool) (155 Bay Street), November 2008
  34. Renaissance Apartments, 1986
  35. Smith, Gray & Company Building, June 2005
  36. St. Casimir’s Roman Catholic Church (later the Paul Robeson Theatre), October 2011
  37. St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sunday School, and Parsonage, April 2011
  38. Sears Roebuck & Co. Department Store, May 2012
  39. Sunset Play Center, July 2007
  40. Thomson Meter Company Building, February 2004
  41. William Ulmer Brewery, May 2010
  42. Williamsburg Branch, Public National Bank of New York, January 2012
  43. Williamsburg Houses, June 2003 (Addendum, February 2004)

Brooklyn Interior Landmarks

  1. Sunset Play Center Bath House, First Floor Interior July 2007

 Brooklyn Six To Celebrate: 

  1. 2011 Gowanus
  2. 2011 Bedford-Stuyvesant
  3. 2012 Bay Ridge
  4. 2012 Victorian Flatbush
  5. 2013 Greenpoint
  6. 2013 Sunset Park
  7. 2014 Atlantic Avenue

References:

  1. Landmarks Preservation Commission
  2. Neighborhood Preservation Center

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