Brooklyn-Landmarks

A complete current listing of every legally designated historic district, individual landmark, interior landmark, and scenic landmark 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. Chester Court, December 2014
  10. Clinton Hill Historic District, November 1981
  11. Cobble Hill Historic District, December 1969
  12. Cobble Hill Historic District Extension, June 1988
  13. Crown Heights North, April 2007
  14. Crown Heights North Phase II, June 2011
  15. Crown Heights North Phase III, March 2015
  16. Ditmas Park Historic District, July 1981
  17. DUMBO, December 2007
  18. Eberhard Faber Pencil Company, October 2007
  19. Fillmore Place, May 2009
  20. Fiske Terrace – Midwood Park, March 2008
  21. Fort Greene, September 1978
  22. Fulton Ferry Historic District, June 1977
  23. Greenpoint Historic District, September 1982
  24. Greenwood Cemetery, Fort Hamilton Parkway Entrance, Chapel, December 2016
  25. Ocean on the Park Historic District, October 2009
  26. Park Place, June 2012
  27. Park Slope, July 1973
  28. Park Slope Extension, April 2012
  29. Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District, October 1979
  30. Prospect Heights Historic District, June 2009
  31. Prospect Park South Historic District, February 1979
  32. Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, September 1971
  33. St. Barbara’s Roman Catholic Church, 138 Bleecker Street, December 2016
  34. Van Sicklen House, 27 Gravesend Neck Road, April 2016
  35. Vinegar Hill, January 1997
  36. Wallabout Historic District, July 2011
  37.  Williamsburgh Trust Co. Building (Later Fifth District Magistrates’ Court/Later Holy Trinity Cathedral), 177 South 5th Street, August 2016

Brooklyn Individual Landmarks: 

  1. 183-195 Broadway Building, December 206
  2. 271 Ninth Street House (William B. Cronyn House), July 1978
  3. 290 State Street House, November 1973
  4. 291 State Street House, November 1973
  5. 292 State Street House, November 1973
  6. 293 State Street House, November 1973
  7. 294 State Street House, November 1973
  8. 295 State Street House, November 1973
  9. 296 State Street House, November 1973
  10. 297 State Street House, November 1973
  11. 298 State Street House, November 1973
  12. 299 State Street House, November 1973
  13. 300 State Street House, November 1973
  14. 302 State Street House, November 1973
  15. 304 State Street House, November 1973
  16. 306 State Street House, November 1973
  17. 308 State Street House,November 1973
  18. 310 State Street House, November 1973
  19. 312 State Street House, November 1973
  20. 314 State Street House, November 1973
  21. 316 State Street House, November 1973
  22. 318 State Street House, November 1973
  23. 320 State Street House, November 1973
  24. 322 State Street House, November 1973
  25. 324 State Street House, November 1973
  26. 440 Clinton Street House, July 1970 
  27. 677 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora) Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  28. 678 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora) Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  29. 679 Lafayette Avenue House (Magnolia Grandiflora)Magnolia Tree Earth Center
  30. 8200 Narrows Avenue House, March 1988 
  31. A. I. Namm & Son Department Store, March 2005
  32. Antioch (Formerly Greene Avenue) Baptist Church and Church House, 1990
  33. Alhambra Apartments, March 1986
  34. Astral Apartments, June 1983
  35. Austin, Nichols & Co. Warehouse, September 2005
  36. Avenue H Station House, June 2004
  37. Bennet-Farrell-Feldmann House, August 1999
  38. Bethesda Pentecostal Church (formerly Bushwick Democratic Club), September 1970
  39. Betsy Head Play Center, September 2008
  40. Boat House on the Lullwater of the Lake in Prospect Park, October 1965
  41. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Laboratory Administration Building, March 2007
  42. Brooklyn Borough Hall, April 1966
  43. Brooklyn Bridge, August 1967
  44. Brooklyn Central Office, April 1966 
  45. Brooklyn City Railroad Company Building, February 1973
  46. Brooklyn Clay Retort and Fire Brick Works Storehouse, December 2001
  47. Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (Brooklyn Museum), March 1966
  48. Brooklyn Public Libary, DeKalb Branch, May 2004
  49. Brooklyn Public Library, Central Building, June 1997
  50. Brooklyn Public Library, Park Slope Branch, October 1998
  51. Brooklyn Public Library, Stone Avenue Branch, April 2015
  52. Brooklyn Public Library, Williamsburgh Branch, June 1999
  53. Brooklyn Trust Company (Now Chemical Bank) Building, June 1996
  54. Brooklyn Union Gas Company Building, May 2011
  55. Boys’ High School, September 1975
  56. Carroll Street Bridge, September 1987
  57. Coe House, November 1969
  58. Childs Restaurant Building (Former), February 2003
  59. Childs Restaurant Building (1208 Surf Ave.), January 2011
  60. Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, May 1981
  61. (Former) Colored School No. 3, January 1998
  62. New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company Building, June 2006
  63. Catherina Lipsius House (aka Dr. Frederick A. Cook House), June 2013
  64. Commandant’s House, Quarters A, October 1965
  65. Coney Island Theater (later Shore Theater, 1301 Surf Avenue), December 2010
  66. Daniel Leroy House, November 1969
  67. Dime Savings Bank, July 1994
  68. Domino Sugar Refinery (Havemeyers & Elder Filter, Pan & Finishing House), September 2007
  69. Dry Dock #1 (Beck Street At the Foot of 3rd Street), September 1975
  70. Duffield Street Houses (Formerly the Johnson Street Houses), April 2001
  71. Eastern Parkway, August 1978 
  72. Elias Hubbard Ryder House, March 1976
  73. Elkins House, October 2006
  74. Emmanuel Baptist Church, November 1968
  75. Engine Company 252/ Originally Fire Engine Company 52,/ Later Engine Company 152, October 1995
  76. Erasmus Hall High School, June 2003
  77. Erasmus Hall Museum, March 1966
  78. 23rd Regiment Armory, March 1977
  79. F. J. Berlenbach House, May 2004
  80. Fire Engine Company 253 (Originally Engine Company 53/ Later Engine Company 153), September 1998
  81. Firehouse, Engine Company 28 (now Engine Company 228), February 2013
  82. Firehouse, Engine Company 40/ Hook & Ladder Company 21 (now Engine Company 240/ Battalion 48), February 2013
  83. First Free Congregational Church, November 1981 
  84. Flatbush District No. 1 School (P.S. 90), November 2007
  85. Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church, March 1966
  86. Flatbush Town Hall, October 1973 
  87. Fort Hamilton Officers’ Club (Casemate Fort), March 1977 
  88. Fourteenth Regiment Armory, April 1998
  89. Friends Meeting House, October 1981
  90. Friends Meeting House, October 1981
  91. F.W.I.L. Lundy Brothers Restaurant Building, March 1992
  92. Gage & Tollner, November 1974 
  93. Girls High School,1983
  94. Green-Wood Cemetery Gates Including Its Attached Chapel And Office, April 1966
  95. Hanson Place Seventh Day Adventist Church, October 1970
  96. Hecla Iron Works Building, June 2004
  97. Hendrick I. Lott House, October 1989
  98. Henry and Susan McDonald House, June 2015
  99. Historic Street Lampposts, June 1997
  100. Houses on Hunterfly Road- 1698 Bergen Street, Weeksville Houses, August 1970
  101. Houses on Hunterfly Road– 1700 Bergen Street, Weeksville Houses, August 1970
  102. Houses on Hunterfly Road-1702-04 Bergen Street, Weeksville Houses, August 1970
  103. Houses on Hunterfly Road1706-08 Bergen Street, Weeksville Houses, August 1970
  104. Hubbard House (2138 McDonald Avenue), January 2009
  105. Imperial Apartments, March 1986
  106. James and Lucy Elwell House, December 2006
  107. Kings County Savings Bank, March 1966
  108. Knickerbocker Field Club, July 1978
  109. Laboratory Administration Building, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, March 2007
  110. Lefferts Homestead, June 1966
  111. Lefferts-Laidlaw House, November 2001
  112. Lincoln Club now Mechanics Temple, Independent Order of Mechanics of the Western Hemisphere, May 1981
  113. Litchfield Villa, March 1966
  114. (Former) Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company, September 2004
  115. Magen David Synagogue, April 2001
  116. Magnolia Grandiflora, May 1970 
  117. Main Brooklyn Post Office, May 1966
  118. McCarren Play Center, July 2007
  119. M.H. Renken Dairy Company, June 2015
  120. New England Congregational Church (now Light of the World Church (la Luz del Mundo)November 1981
  121. New Lots Reformed Dutch Church (New Lots Community Church), July 1966
  122. New Utrecht Reformed Church, March 1966
  123. New Utrecht Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery
  124. New Utrecht Reformed Dutch Church, Expanded Landmark Site, and Parish House
  125. New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company Building, June 2006 (modified January 2012)
  126. New York and New Jersey Telephone and Telegraph Building (Former), June 2004
  127. NY Telephone Long Island Headquarters (Former), September 2004
  128. Offerman Building, March 2005
  129. Old Brooklyn Fire Headquarters, April 1966
  130. Old Gravesend Cemetery (Including the Van Sicklen Family Cemetery, March 1976
  131. Old United States Naval Hospital, October 1965 
  132. Parachute Jump, May 1989
  133. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House, October 1965
  134. Pratt Institute Faculty Rowhouses, December 1981
  135. Pratt Institute Library, December 1981 
  136. Pratt Institute Main Building, December 1981
  137. 4th (now 88th) Police Precinct Station House, July 2014
  138. (Former) 19th Police Precinct Station House and Stable, September 1993
  139. 68th Police Precinct Station House and Stable, April 1983
  140. 83rd  Police Precinct Station House And Stable, March 1977
  141. Public Bath No. 7, September 1984  
  142. Public School 108,  February 1981
  143. Public School 111, January 1978
  144. Public School 116 (The Elizabeth Farrell School), June 2002
  145. Public School 34, April 1983
  146. Public School 39, Henry Bristow School, March 1977
  147. Public School 65K, February 1981
  148. Public School 71Know Beth Jacob School, February 1981
  149. Public School 73, September 1984
  150. Public School 86 (Irvington School), April 1991
  151. Public School 9 Annex P.S. 340, January 1978
  152. Red Hook Play Center (Sol Goldman Pool) (155 Bay Street), November 2008
  153. Reformed Church of South Bushwick , March 1968
  154. Renaissance Apartments, 1986
  155. Royal Castle Apartments, December 1981
  156. Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord, November 1969 
  157. Saint George’s Protestant Episcopal Church, January 1977
  158. Sears Roebuck & Co. Department Store, May 2012
  159. Shelter Pavilion and Attached Buildings, Monsignor McGolrick Park, Winthrop Park Shelter Pavilion, October 1966
  160. Sidewalk Clock, 753 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, August 1981 
  161. Smith, Gray & Company Building, June 2005
  162. Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch, October 1973
  163. South Congregational Church, Church, Chapel, Ladies Parlor, and Rectory, March 1982
  164. St. Bartholomew’s Church, March 1974
  165. St. Casimir’s Roman Catholic Church (later the Paul Robeson Theatre), October 2011
  166. St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, October 1981
  167. St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sunday School, and Parsonage, April 2011
  168. Steele House, March 1968 
  169. Stoothoff-Baxter-Kouwenhoven House, March 1976
  170. Sunset Play Center, July 2007
  171. Surgeon’s House (Quarters “R-1”), November 1976
  172. The Cyclone, July 1988
  173. The Grecian Shelter (The Croquet Shelter), December 1968
  174. The Parachute Jump, May 1989
  175. The Studebaker Building, December 2000
  176. The Wonder Wheel, May 1981
  177. Thomson Meter Company Building (Later New York Eskimo Pie Corporation Building), February 2004
  178. John and Elizabeth Truslow House, September 1997
  179. Van Nuyse-Magaw House, February 1969
  180. Weir Greenhouse (now McGovern-Weir Greenhouse), April 1982
  181. William Ulmer Brewery (Main Brew House and Additions), May 2010
  182. Williamsburg Branch, Public National Bank of New York, January 2012
  183. Williamsburg Houses, June 2003 (Addendum, February 2004)
  184. Williamsburgh Savings Bank, May 1966
  185. Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building, November 1977
  186. Wyckoff-Bennett Homestead, January 1968 

Brooklyn Interior Landmarks:

  1. Brooklyn Trust Company (Now Chemical Bank) Building, first floor interior, June 1996
  2. Gage & Tollner, Interior of Ground Floor Dining Room, March 1975
  3. Long Island Historical Society Building, first floor interior, March 1982
  4. Sunset Play Center Bath House, First Floor Interior July 2007
  5. Walker Theater Interior, first floor interior, September 1984
  6. Williamsburgh Savings Bank (Broadway) (Now Republic National Bank), first floor interior, June 1996

Brooklyn Scenic Landmarks

  1. Ocean Parkway, January 1975 
  2. Prospect Park, November 1975

 

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 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
  8. 2014 New York City Libraries 

References:

  1. Landmarks Preservation Commission
  2. Neighborhood Preservation Center

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