Queens-Landmarks

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

Queens Historic Districts:

  1. Addisleigh Park Historic District, February 2011
  2. Central Ridgewood Historic District, December 2014
  3. Douglaston Historic District, June 1997
  4. Douglaston Hill Historic District, December 2004
  5. Fort Totten Historic District, June 1999
  6. Hunters Point Historic District, May 1968
  7. Jackson Heights Historic District, October 1993
  8. Ridgewood North Historic District, September 2009
  9. Ridgewood South Historic District, October 2010
  10. Stockholm Street Historic District, November 2000
  11. Sunnyside Gardens Historic District, June 2007

Queens Individual Landmarks

  1. 35-34 Bell Boulevard, October 2004
  2. 102-45 47th Avenue House Edward E. Sanford House, February 1987
  3. Allen-Beville House (Benjamin P. Allen House), January 1977
  4. Arthur Hammerstein House, July 1982
  5. The Louis Armstrong House, December 1988
  6. Astoria Park Pool and Play Center, June 2006
  7. Bank of Manhattan Company  Building aka Long Island City Clocktower, May 2015
  8. Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Lodge Number 878 (Elks Lodge), August 2001
  9. Bowne House, February 1966
  10. Bowne Street Community Church, 38-01 Bowne Street, December 2016
  11. Ralph Bunche House, May 2005
  12. Congregation Derech Emunoh Synagogue, January 1978
  13. Congregation Tifereth Israel, February 2008
  14. Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse (Jacob Adriance Farmhouse; Queens County Farm Museum), November 1976
  15. Daniel and Abbie B. Eldridge House (87-61 111th St.), December 2011
  16. Fire Engine Company No. 258, June 2006
  17. Firehouse, Engine Company 268/ Hook & Ladder Company 137, February 2013
  18. Firehouse, Engine Company 305, Hook & Ladder Company 151, June 2012
  19. First Reformed Church of Jamaica, January 1996
  20. Fitzgerald/Ginsberg Mansion, September 2005
  21. Flushing High School, January 1991
  22. Flushing Municipal Courthouse, Flushing Town; Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts,  July 1968
  23. Forest Park Carousel, June 2013
  24. (Former) J. Kurtz & Sons Store Building, November 1981
  25. (Former) Loew’s Valencia Theater, May 1999
  26. (Former) Suffolk Title and Guarantee Company Building, March 2001
  27. Fort Totten Battery, September 1974
  28. Fort Totten Officers’ Club, September 1974 
  29. Friends Meeting House, August 1970
  30. Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard, May 1967
  31. Grace Episcopal Church Memorial Hall, October 2010
  32. Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building, October 2010
  33. Jamaica High School (167-01 Gothic Drive), March 2009
  34. Jamaica High School. (now Jamaica Learning Center), June 2013
  35. Jamaica Savings Bank, October 2010
  36. Jamaica Savings Bank (former), February 2008
  37. Jamaica Savings Bank, Elmhurst Branch, June 2005
  38. King Mansion (King Park, Rufus King House; King Manor Museum), 1966
  39. Kingsland Homestead, October 1965
  40. La Casina (also known as La Casino, now Jamaica Business Resource Center), January 1996
  41. Lawrence Family Graveyard, April 1966
  42. Lawrence Graveyard, August 1967
  43. Lent Homestead, (Abraham Lent House ) March 1966
  44. Lewis H. Latimer House, March 1995
  45. Loew’s Triboro Theatre, July 1974
  46.  Lydia Ann Bell and William Ahles House, 39-26 213th Street, April 2016
  47. Moore-Jackson Cemetery, March 1997
  48. New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building, August 1982
  49. New York State Supreme Court-Queens County, Long Island City Branch, May 1976
  50. Newtown High School, June 2003
  51. Paramount Studios Building No. 1 (Main Building), Famous Players Lasky Paramount Studio; Kaufman’s Astoria Motion Picture and Television Center, March 1978
  52. Pepsi Cola Sign, 4-09 47th Road, Long Island City, April 2016
  53. Poppenhusen Institute, August 1970
  54. Prospect Cemetery, January 1977
  55. PS 66, (Formerly the Brooklyn Hills School, Later the Oxford School, Now the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School) January 2010
  56. Queensboro Bridge (Excluding the Service Building And Elevator on Roosevelt Island) 59th Street Bridge, April 1974
  57. Queens General Courthouse Memorial Hall, October 2010
  58. The Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch, May 2000
  59. Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall, July 1966
  60. Remsen Cemetery, May 1981
  61. Richard Cornell Graveyard, August 1970
  62. Richmond Hill Republican Club, December 2002
  63. Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch, May 2000
  64. Ridgewood Theater Building, January 2009
  65. Schleicher Mansion, November 2009
  66. Sohmer & Company Piano Factory Building, February 2007
  67. Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, August 1981
  68. Sidewalk Clock, 36-34 Main Street, Queens, August 1981
  69. Sohmer & Company Piano Factory Building, February 2007
  70. St. George’s (Episcopal) Church, Old Parish House, and Graveyard, February 2000
  71. Steinway House-Benjamin T. Pike House, February 1967
  72. Tifereth Israel, February 2008
  73. The Register/ Jamaica Arts Center, November 1974
  74. The Weeping Beech Tree, April 1966
  75. Trans World Airlines Flight Center (Now TWA Terminal A) At New York International Airport, July 1994
  76. Unisphere, May 1995
  77. Cornelius Van Wyck House, April 1966
  78. Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden (149-19 38th Avenue), October 2007 
  79. Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House (Vander Ende-Onderdonk House), March 1995

Queens Interior Landmarks:

  1. King Mansion, first floor interior (Rufus King House; King Manor Museum), March 1976
  2. Marine Air Terminal Interior -La Guardia Airport, November 1980
  3. RKO Keith’s Flushing Theater, ground floor interior, February 1984
  4. Trans World Airlines Flight Center (Now TWA Terminal A) At New York International Airport, ground level interior, July 1994

 

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Queens Six To Celebrate: 

  1. 2011 Jackson Heights 
  2. 2011 Far Rockaway Beachside Bungalows
  3. 2014 Forest Close 
  4. 2014 New York City Libraries 

 

References:

  1. Landmarks Preservation Commission
  2. Neighborhood Preservation Center

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