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List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens

source: [1]; [2]; date listed is date of designation;

Contents

  • Historic Districts 1
  • Individual Landmarks 2
  • Interior Landmarks 3
  • See also 4

Historic Districts

Landmark Name Date Designated
Addisleigh Park Historic District February 1, 2011 [3]
Douglaston Historic District June 24, 1997 [4] [5] [6]
Douglaston Hill Historic District December 14, 2004 [7] [8]
Fort Totten Historic District June 29, 1999 [9] [10]
Hunters Point Historic District May 15, 1968 [11] [12]
Jackson Heights Historic District October 19, 1993 [13] [14]
Ridgewood North Historic District September 15, 2009 [15]
Ridgewood South Historic District October 26, 2010 [16] [17]
Stockholm Street Historic District November 28, 2000 [18] [19]
Sunnyside Gardens June 26, 2007 [20] [21]

Individual Landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
102-45 47th Avenue House February 10, 1987 [22]
35-34 Bell Boulevard October 19, 2004 [23]
Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House March 21, 1995 [24]
Allen-Beville House, 29 Center Dr, Douglaston January 11, 1977 [25]
Arthur Hammerstein House, 168-11 Powells Cove Blvd July 27, 1982 [26]
Astoria Park Pool and Play Center June 20, 2006 [27]
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Lodge Number 878 August 14, 2001 [28]
Bowne House February 15, 1966 [29]
Congregation Tifereth Israel February 12, 2008 [30]
Cornelius Van Wyck House April 19, 1966 [31]
Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse November 9, 1976 [32]
Fire Engine Company 268, Ladder Company 137, 259 Beach 116th Street, Rockaway Park
Fire Engine Company 289, Ladder Company 138, 97-28 43rd Ave, Corona June 22, 1999 [33]
Fire Engine Company No. 258, Hook and Ladder Company No. 115, 10-40 47th Avenue, LIC June 20, 2006 [34]
First Reformed Church of Jamaica January 30, 1996 [35]
Fitzgerald/Ginsberg Mansion September 20, 2005 [36]
Flushing High School January 8, 1991 [37]
Flushing Town Hall July 30, 1968 [38]
Forest Park Carousel June 25, 2013 [39]
Fort Totten Battery September 24, 1974 [40]
Fort Totten Officers' Club September 24, 1974 [41]
Friends Meeting House August 18, 1970 [42]
Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard May 25, 1967 [43]
Grace Episcopal Church Memorial Hall, 155-24 90th Avenue, Jamaica October 26, 2010 [44]
Herman A. and Malvina Schleicher House, 11-41-123d Street, College Point October 20, 2009 [45]
J. Kurtz and Sons Store Building (Former) (162-24 Jamaica Ave) November 24, 1981 [46]
Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building (89-31 161st St) October 26, 2010 [47]
Jamaica High School March 24, 2009 [48]
Jamaica Savings Bank (Former), 161-02 Jamaica Avenue February 12, 2008 [49]
Jamaica Savings Bank (Sutphin Boulevard), 146-21 Jamaica Avenue & Sutphin Blvd October 26, 2010 [50]
King Mansion April 19, 1966 [51]
Kingsland Homestead October 14, 1965 [52]
La Casina (La Casino) (Jamaica Business Resource Center), 90-33 160th St January 30, 1996 [53]
Lawrence Family Graveyard April 19, 1966 [54]
Lent Homestead, 78-03 19th Rd March 15, 1966 [55]
Lewis H. Latimer House March 21, 1995 [56]
Loew's Valencia Theater (Former) (Tabernacle of Prayer for All People) May 25, 1999 [57]
Louis Armstrong House, The December 13, 1988 [58]
Marine Air Terminal, La Guardia Airport November 25, 1980 [59]
Moore-Jackson Cemetery, 31-31 51st St, Woodside March 18, 1997 [60]
Newtown High School June 24, 2003 [61]
New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building, 42-10 Vernon Boulevard, LIC August 24, 1982 [62]
New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Long Island City Branch May 11, 1976 [63]
Paramount Studios, Building No. 1 (Main Building) March 14, 1978 [64]
Poppenhusen Institute August 18, 1970 [65]
Public School 66 (Brooklyn Hills School, Oxford School, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School) 85-11 102nd Street January 12, 2010 [66]
Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch May 30, 2000 [67]
Queens General Court House, 88-11 Sutphin Blvd & 148th St October 26, 2010 [68]
Queensboro Bridge April 16, 1974 [69]
Ralph Bunche House May 17, 2005 [70]
Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall July 19, 1966 [71]
Register, The/Jamaica Arts Center, 161-04 Jamaica Ave November 12, 1974 [72]
Remsen Cemetery May 26, 1981 [73]
Richard Cornell Graveyard, 1457 Greenport Rd, Far Rockaway August 18, 1970 [74]
Richmond Hill Republican Club, 86-15 Lefferts Boulevard December 17, 2002 [75]
Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch May 30, 2000 [76]
Ridgewood Theater Building, 55-27 Myrtle Avenue January 12, 2010 [77]
February 8, 2000 [78]
St. Monica's Church March 13, 1979 [79]
Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue August 25, 1981 [80]
Sidewalk Clock, 30-78 Steinway Street August 25, 1981 [81]
Sohmer & Company Piano Factory Building February 27, 2007 [82]
Steinway Mansion February 15, 1967 [83]
Suffolk Title and Guarantee Company Building (Former) (90-04 161st St) March 6, 2001 [84]
Trans World Airlines Flight Center (TWA Terminal A) at New York International Airport July 19, 1994 [85]
Unisphere with its surrounding pools and fountains, The May 16, 1995 [86]
Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden 149th Pl & 38th Ave October 30, 2007 [87]
Weeping Beech Tree, The April 19, 1966 [88]

Interior Landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
King Mansion, First Floor Interior March 23, 1976 [89]
RKO Keith's Flushing Theater, Ground Floor Interior February 28, 1984 [90]

See also

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