Staten Island-Landmarks

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

Staten Island Historic Districts

  1. New York City Farm Colony – Seaview Hospital Historic District, March 1985
  2. St. George / New Brighton Historic District, July 1994
  3. St. Paul’s Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District June 2004

 

Staten Island Individual Landmarks

  1. 1 Pendleton Place, March 2006
  2. 121 Herberton Avenue House, December 2002
  3. 29 Cottege Place House, October 2011
  4.  92 Harrison Street House, June 2016
  5. 120th Police Precinct Station House (Former 66th Police Precinct Station House and Headquarters), June 2000
  6. 364 Van Duzer Street House, December 1973
  7. 411 Westervelt Avenue, Horton’s Row, September 2009
  8. 413 Westervelt Avenue, Horton’s Row, September 2009
  9. 415 Westervelt Avenue, Horton’s Row, September 2009
  10. 417 Westervelt Avenue, Horton’s Row, September 2009
  11. 565 and 569 Bloomingdale Road Houses, February 2011
  12. 710 Bay Street House (Boardman-Mitchell House), October 1982
  13. 2876 Richmond Terrace House (Stephen D. Barnes House), July 1976
  14. 5910 Amboy Road (Abraham J. Wood House), March 1974
  15. Alice Austen House, November 1971 
  16. Asbury Methodist Church (Son-Rise Interfaith Charismatic Church), March 1968
  17. Mark W. Allen House, June 2006
  18. Basketmaker’s Shop (Morgan House), August 1969
  19. Battery Weed, October 1967
  20. Bennett House, August 1969 
  21. Billiou-Stillwell-Perine House, February 1967
  22. Boehm-Frost House (Boehm House), August 1969
  23. Brighton Heights Reformed Church, October 1967
  24. Brougham Cottage, 4746 Amboy Road, December 2016
  25. Building “A” (A Dormitory Facing Richmond Terrace) Sailors’ Snug Harbor, October 1965
  26. Building “B” (A Dormitory Facing Richmond Terrace) Sailors’ Snug Harbor,  October 1965
  27. Building “D” (A Dormitory Facing Richmond Terrace) Sailors’ Snug Harbor, October 1965 
  28. Building “E” (A Dormitory Facing Richmond Terrace) Sailors’ Snug Harbor, October 1965
  29. James L. and Lucinda Bedell House, April 2005Mary and David Burgher House (63 William Street), January 2010
  30. Rev. Isaac Coleman and Rebecca Gray Coleman House (1482 Woodrow Rd.), February 2011
  31. The George Cunningham Store (173 Main Street), July 2008
  32. Christ Church Complex (76 Franklin Avenue), August 2010
  33. De Hart House, May 2006
  34. John H. and Elizabeth J. Elsworth House (90 Bayview Avenue), January 2009
  35. (Former) Public School 28, September 1998
  36. Gillett-Tyler House (103 Circle Road), October 2007
  37. George William and Anna Curtis House, 234 Bard Avenue June 2016
  38. John De Groot House, June 2005
  39. H. H. Richardson House, March 2004
  40. Headquarters Troop, 51st Cavalry Brigade Armory (321 Manor Road), August 2010
  41. Lakeman-Cortelyou House, 2286 Richmond Road,
  42. New York Public Library, Port Richmond Branch, October 1998
  43. New York Public Library, Tottenville Branch, May 1995
  44. Prince’s Bay Lighthouse and Keeper’s House, Hylan Boulevard, June 2016
  45. Reformed Church on Staten Island, Sunday School Building and Cemetery, March 2010
  46. Rossville A.M.E. Zion Church (584 Bloomingdale Rd.), February 2011
  47. Rutan-Journeay House (7647 Amboy Road), March 2009
  48. Sailors’ Snug Harbor (Building E), October 1965
  49. August and Augusta Schoverling House
  50. Seaman Cottage, December 2005
  51. St. John’s Protestant Episcopal Church Rectory, 1331 Bay Street, June 2016
  52. Standard Varnish Works Factory Office Building (2589 Richmond Terrace), October 2007
  53. Staten Island Savings Bank, September 2006
  54. Tompkinsville (Joseph H. Lyons) Pool, September 2008
  55. “The Crimson Beech” ( William and Catherine Cass House), August 1990
  56. Vanderzee-Harper House (327 Westervelt Avenue), November 2009
  57. Vanderbilt Mausoleum, April 2016
  58. Wyeth House, May 2007

Staten Island Interior Landmarks

  1. Tompkinsville (Joseph H. Lyons) Pool Bath House, First Floor Interior September 2008

 

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Six To Celebrate

1. Harrison Street 2013

2. Historic Staten Island Cemeteries 2014

3. Landmarks Under Consideration 2015

 

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