Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn , NY

The Brooklyn Navy Yard was established in 1801. From the early 1810s through the 1960s, it was an active shipyard for the United States Navy. There are four Individual Landmarks in the Navy Yard.

Commandant’s House – Designated 1965
U.S. Naval Hospital – Designated 1965
Dry Dock #1 – Designated 1975
Surgeon’s House – Designated 1976

Location

West Brooklyn adjacent to Wallabout Bay

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Dry Dock #1
Dock Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

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Designated September 23, 1975 The first permanent dry dock in the area was primarily engineered by William J. McAlpine. He LEARN MORE
Designated September 23, 1975 The first permanent dry dock in the area was primarily engineered by William J. McAlpine. He LEARN MORE
U.S. Naval Hospital
Building 293, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Gee Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205, USA

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

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Designated  October 14, 1965 The U.S. Naval Hospital, built in 1830-1838, is a two-story, 125-bed Greek Revival structure in the LEARN MORE
Designated  October 14, 1965 The U.S. Naval Hospital, built in 1830-1838, is a two-story, 125-bed Greek Revival structure in the LEARN MORE
Surgeon’s House, Brooklyn Navy Yard
22 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

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Designated November 9, 1976 The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Surgeon’s House follows the style of the French Second Empire, with its LEARN MORE
Designated November 9, 1976 The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Surgeon’s House follows the style of the French Second Empire, with its LEARN MORE
Commandant’s House
Evans St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201, USA

STATUS: Designated Individual Landmark

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Designated October 14, 1965 The Commandant’s House, located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, is a three-story Federal structure attributed to LEARN MORE
Designated October 14, 1965 The Commandant’s House, located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, is a three-story Federal structure attributed to LEARN MORE

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