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

Queens Individual Landmarks

  1. Schleicher Mansion, November 2009
  2. 35-34 Bell Boulevard, October 2004
  3. Astoria Park Pool and Play Center, June 2006
  4. Daniel and Abbie B. Eldridge House (87-61 111th St.), December 2011
  5. Fire Engine Company No. 258, June 2006
  6. Fitzgerald/Ginsberg Mansion, September 2005
  7. Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building, October 2010
  8. Jamaica High School (167-01 Gothic Drive), March 2009
  9. Jamaica Savings Bank, October 2010
  10. Jamaica Savings Bank (former), February 2008
  11. King Mansion (King Park, Rufus King House; King Manor Museum), 1966
  12. King Mansion, first floor interior1976
  13. Newtown High School, June 2003
  14. PS 66, January 2010
  15. Ralph Bunche House, May 2005
  16. Richmond Hill Republican Club, December 2002
  17. Ridgewood Theater, January 2010
  18. Sohmer & Company Piano Factory Building, February 2007
  19. Tifereth Israel, February 2008
  20. Queens General Courthouse Memorial Hall, October 2010
  21. Unisphere, May 1995
  22. Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden (149-19 38th Avenue), October 2007 

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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