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List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Brooklyn

This is an incomplete list of landmarks in Brooklyn designated by the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission. Some of these are also National Historic Landmark (NHL) sites, and NHL status is noted where known.
source: [1]; [2]; date listed is date of designation;

Historic districts

Landmark Name Date Designated
Albemarle-Kenmore Terraces Historic District July 11, 1978 [3] [4]
Alice and Agate Courts Historic District February 10, 2009 [5] [6]
Boerum Hill Historic District November 20, 1973 [7] [8]
Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District September 13, 2011 [9] [10]
Brooklyn Academy of Music Historic District September 26, 1978 [11] [12]
Brooklyn Heights Historic District November 23, 1965 [13] [14]
Carroll Gardens Historic District September 25, 1973 [15] [16]
Clinton Hill Historic District November 10, 1981 [17] [18]
Cobble Hill Historic District December 20, 1969 [19]; extension: June 7, 1988 [20] [21]
Crown Heights North Historic District April 24, 2007 [22] [23]; II: June 28, 2011 [24] [25]
Ditmas Park Historic District August 29, 1981 [26] [27]
DUMBO Historic District December 18, 2007 [28] [29]
Eberhard Faber Pencil Company Historic District October 30, 2007 [30] [31]
Fillmore Place Historic District May 12, 2009 [32] [33]
Fiske Terrace - Midwood Park Historic District March 18, 2008 [34] [35]
Fort Greene Historic District September 26, 1978 [36] [37]
Fulton Ferry Historic District June 28, 1977 [38] [39]
Greenpoint Historic District May 7, 1991 [40] [41]
Ocean on the Park Historic District October 27, 2009 [42] [43]
Park Place Historic District June 26, 2012 [44] [45]
Park Slope Historic District July 17, 1973 [46] [47]
Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District October 9, 1979 [48] [49]
Prospect Heights Historic District June 23, 2009 [50] [51]
Prospect Park South Historic District February 8, 1979 [52] [53]
Stuyvesant Heights Historic District September 14, 1971 [54] [55]
Vinegar Hill Historic District January 14, 1997 [56] [57]
Wallabout Historic District July 12, 2011 [58] [59]

Individual landmarks

1–9

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
14th Regiment Armory April 14, 1998 [60]
19th Police Precinct Station House and Stable (Former) September 21, 1973 [61]
23rd Regiment Armory March 8, 1977 [62]
271 Ninth Street House (William B. Cronyn House) July 11, 1978 [63]
68th Police Precinct Station House and Stable April 12, 1983 [64]
8200 Narrows Avenue House March 8, 1988 [65]
83rd Police Precinct Station House and Stable March 8, 1977 [66]

A–M

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
Alhambra Apartments March 18, 1986 [67]
Antioch (Greene Avenue) Baptist Church and Church House November 20, 1990 [68]
Astral Apartments June 28, 1983 [69]
Avenue H Station House June 29, 2004 [70]
Bennet-Farrell-Feldman House, 119 95th St, Bay Ridge August 3, 1999 [71]
F.J. Berlenbach House, 174 Meserole St, Greenpoint May 11, 2004 [72]
Betsy Head Play Center, Dumont Avenue and Thomas Boyland Street (Hopkinson Avenue), Brownsville September 16, 2008 [73]
Boathouse on the Lullwater of the Lake in Prospect Park October 14, 1965 [74]
Boys High School September 23, 1975 [75]
Brooklyn Botanic Garden Laboratory Administration Building March 13, 2007 [76]
Brooklyn Borough Hall April 19, 1966 [77]
Brooklyn Bridge August 24, 1967 [78]
Brooklyn Central Office, Bureau of Fire Communications April 19, 1966 [79]
Brooklyn City Railroad Company Building, 8 Cadman Plaza West February 20, 1973 [80]
Brooklyn Clay Retort and Fire Brick Works Storehouse, 76 Van Dyke St, Red Hook December 18, 2001 [81]
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (Brooklyn Museum) March 15, 1966 [82]
Brooklyn Public Library, Central Building June 17, 1997 [83]
Brooklyn Public Library, DeKalb Branch, 790 Bushwick Ave May 18, 2004 [84]
Brooklyn Public Library, Park Slope Branch October 13, 1998 [85]
Brooklyn Public Library, Williamsburgh Branch (240 Division Avenue) June 15, 1999 [86]
Brooklyn Trust Company Building (Chemical Bank Building) (177 Montague Street) June 25, 1996 [87]
Brooklyn Union Gas Company Headquarters (St. Francis College) (180 Remsen Street) May 10, 2011 [88]
Carroll Street Bridge September 29, 1987 [89]
Childs Restaurant Building (Coney Island USA, 3014 West 12th Street, Coney Island) January 11, 2011 [90]
Childs Restaurant Building (Former) (2102 Boardwalk, Coney Island) February 4, 2003 [91]
Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew (Episcopal) (520 Clinton Avenue, Clinton Hill) May 12, 1981 [92]
Coe House (1128 East 34th Street, Crown Heights) November 19, 1969 [93]
Colored School No. 3 (Former) (Public School 69) (270 Union Ave, Williamsburg) Colored School 3 Brooklyn January 13, 1998 [94]
Coney Island Theater (Shore Theater) Building December 14, 2010 [95]
Commandant's House, Quarters A October 14, 1965 [96]
The Cyclone June 12, 1988 [97]
Dime Savings Bank July 19, 1994 [98]
Dry Dock#1, Brooklyn Navy Yard September 23, 1975 [99]
Duffield Street Houses (Johnson Street Houses) April 24, 2001 [100]
George B. and Susan Elkins House (1375 Dean St, Crown Heights) October 24, 2006 [101]
James W. and Lucy S. Elwell House 70 Lefferts Pl, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn December 12, 2006 [102]
Emmanuel Baptist Church November 12, 1968 [103]
Engine Company No. 252 (617 Central Avenue) October 19, 1995 [104]
Engine Company No. 253 (2425 86th Street) September 15, 1998 [105]
Erasmus Hall Academy (Erasmus Hall Museum) March 15, 1966 [106]
Erasmus Hall High School June 24, 2003 [107]
Federal Building and Post Office July 19, 1966 [108]
First Free Congregational Church (Polytechnic Institute Building) November 24, 1981 [109]
Flatbush District No. 1 School (Public School 90) November 20, 2007 [110]
Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church March 15, 1966 [111]; expansion: January 9, 1979 [112]
Flatbush Town Hall October 16, 1973 [113]
Flatlands Reformed Church July 19, 1966 [114]
Fort Hamilton Officers' Club (Casemate Fort) March 8, 1977 [115]
Friends Meeting House October 27, 1981 [116]
Gage and Tollner November 12, 1974 [117]
Girls High School June 28, 1983 [118]
Grecian Shelter December 10, 1968 [119]
Green-Wood Cemetery Gates April 19, 1966 [120]
Hanson Place Seventh Day Adventist Church October 13, 1970 [121]
Havemeyers & Elder Filter, Pan & Finishing House (Domino Sugar Refinery) September 25, 2007 [122]
Hecla Iron Works Building, 100-108 North 11th Street June 8, 2004 [123]
Historic Street Lampposts, Bay Ridge June 17, 1997 [124]
Hubbard House, 2138 McDonald Ave. January 13, 2009 [125]
Houses on Hunterfly Road, 1698-1708 (even) Bergen Street August 18, 1970
[126], [127], [128], [129]
Imperial Apartments March 18, 1986 [130]
Kings County Savings Bank March 15, 1966 [131]
Lefferts Homestead June 21, 1966 [132]
Lefferts-Laidlaw House, 136 Clinton Avenue, Wallabout November 13, 2001 [133]
Lincoln Club (Mechanics Temple), Independent United Order of Mechanics of the Western Hemisphere May 12, 1981 [134]
Litchfield Villa March 15, 1966 [135]
Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company (Former) September 21, 2004 [136]
Hendrick I. Lott House October 3, 1989 [137]
F.W.I.L. Lundy Brothers Restaurant Building March 3, 1992 [138]
Magen David Synagogue April 24, 2001 [139]
Magnolia grandiflora May 12, 1970 [140]
McCarren Play Center July 24, 2007 [141]
New England Congregational Church (Light of the World (La Luz del Mundo) Church) (179 South 9th Street) November 24, 1981 [142]

N–Z

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
A. I. Namm & Son Department Store (450-458 Fulton Street at Hoyt Street) March 15, 2005 [143]
New Lots Reformed Church July 19, 1966 [144]
New Utrecht Reformed Church and Parish House March 15, 1966 [145]; expansion: January 13, 1998 [146]
New Utrecht Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery January 13, 1998 [147]
New York and Long Island Coignet Stone Company Building June 27, 2006 [148]
New York and New Jersey Telephone and Telegraph Building (Former) June 29, 2004 [149]
Offerman Building March 15, 2005 [150]
Old Brooklyn Fire Headquarters April 19, 1966 [151]
Old Gravesend Cemetery (Van Sicklen Family Cemetery) March 23, 1976 [152]
Old United States Naval Hospital, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard October 14, 1965 [153]
Parachute Jump May 23, 1989 [154]
Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House October 14, 1965 [155]
Pratt Institute Faculty Rowhouses December 22, 1981 [156]
Pratt Institute Library December 22, 1981 [157]
Pratt Institute Main Building December 22, 1981 [158]
Public Bath No. 7 September 11, 1984 [159]
Public School 108 (200 Linwood Street, Cypress Hills) February 3, 1981 [160]
Public School 116 (Elizabeth Farrell School) (515 Knickerbocker Avenue, Bushwick) June 25, 2002 [161]
Public School 34 April 12, 1983 [162]
Public School 39 (417 6th Ave, Park Slope) March 8, 1977 [163]
Public School 65K (158 Richmond St, Cypress Hills) February 3, 1981 [164]
Public School 71K (Beth Jacob School) February 3, 1981 [165]
Public School 73 (241 Macdougal Street, East NY) September 11, 1984 [166]
Public School 86 (Irvington School) April 23, 1991 [167]
Public School 9 (also known as Public School 111, 249 Sterling Place) January 10, 1978 [168]
Public School 9 Annex (251 Sterling Place) January 10, 1978 [169]
John Rankin House (440 Clinton Street, Carroll Gardens) July 14, 1970 [170]
Red Hook Play Center (Sol Goldman Pool) November 18, 2008 [171]
Reformed Church of South Bushwick March 19, 1968 [172]
Renaissance Apartments (480 Nostrand Avenue) March 18, 1986 [173]
Royal Castle Apartments (26 Gates Avenue & Clinton Avenue) December 22, 1981 [174]
Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord November 19, 1969 [175]
Elias Hubbard Ryder House (1926 East 28th Street) March 23, 1976 [176]
St. Bartholemew's Church (1227 Pacific St & Bedford Avenue) March 19, 1974 [177]
St. Casimir's Roman Catholic Church (Paul Robeson Theater, 40 Greene Avenue) October 25, 2011 [178]
01977-01-11-0000January 11, 1977 [179]
St. Mary's Episcopal Church October 27, 1981 [180]
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sunday School and Parsonage (334 South 5th Street) April 12, 2011 [181]
Shelter Pavilion and Attached Buildings, Monsignor McGolrick Park October 18, 1966 [182]
Sidewalk Clock, 753 Manhattan Avenue August 25, 1981 [183]
Smith & Gray Company Building (103 Broadway) June 7, 2005 [184]
Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch October 16, 1973 [185]
South Congregational Church, Chapel, Ladies Parlor, and Rectory March 23, 1982 [186]
State Street Houses (290-324 (even) and 291-299 (odd) State Street)
November 20, 1973
[187], [188], [189], [190], [191], [192], [193], [194], [195], [196], [197], [198], [199], [200], [201], [202], [203], [204], [205], [206], [207], [208], [209]
Steele House (200 Lafayette Avenue) March 19, 1968 [210]
Stoothoff-Baxter-Kouwenhoven House March 23, 1976 [211]
Studebaker Building December 19, 2000 [212]
Sunset Park Courthouse (Former) June 26, 2001 [213]
Sunset Play Center July 24, 2007 [214]
Surgeon's House, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Flushing Avenue opposite Ryerson Avenue November 9, 1976 [215]
Thomson Meter Company Building (New York Eskimo Pie Corporation Building) (100-110 Bridge Street) February 10, 2004 [216]
John and Elizabeth Truslow House (96 Brooklyn Avenue) September 16, 1997 [217]
Van Nuyse-Magaw House (1041 East 22nd Street) February 11, 1969 [218]
Weir Greenhouse (McGovern-Weir Greenhouse) April 13, 1982 [219]
William Ulmer Brewery May 11, 2010 [220]
Williamsburg Houses June 24, 2003 [221]
Williamsburgh Savings Bank May 17, 1966 [222]
Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower November 15, 1977 [223]
The Wonder Wheel May 23, 1989 [224]
Wyckoff-Bennett Homestead January 17, 1968 [225]

Interior landmarks

Landmark Name Date Designated
Gage and Tollner, Interior of Ground Floor Dining Room March 25, 1975 [226]
Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, First Floor Interior June 25, 1996 [227]

Scenic landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
Eastern Parkway August 22, 1978 [228]
Ocean Parkway January 28, 1975 [229]
Prospect Park November 25, 1975 [230]

See also

External links

  • NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission
  • NYC Landmarks Designation Reports
  • New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission flickr Group
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