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List of New York City Designated Landmarks in The Bronx

This is an incomplete list of landmarks in The Bronx designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

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

Historic Districts

Landmark Name Date Designated
Bertine Block Historic District April 5, 1994 [3] [4]
Clay Avenue Historic District April 5, 1994 [5] [6]
Fieldston Historic District January 10, 2006 [7] [8]
Longwood Historic District July 8, 1980 [9]; extension: February 8, 1983 [10] [11]
Morris Avenue Historic District July 15, 1986 [12] [13]
Morris High School Historic District December 21, 1982 [14] [15]
Mott Haven East Historic District April 5, 1994 [16] [17]
Mott Haven Historic District July 29, 1969 [18] [19]
Perry Avenue Historic District (Bronx) December 15, 2009 [20] [21]
Riverdale Historic District October 16, 1990 [22] [23]

Individual Landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
175 Belden Street House July 28, 1981 [24]
1857 Anthony Avenue House July 15, 1986 [25]
21 Tier Street House June 20, 2000 [26]
50th Police Precinct Station House (Former) (40th Police Precinct Station House) July 15, 1986 [27]
52nd Police Precinct Station House June 18, 1974 [28]
614 Courtlandt Avenue Building February 10, 1987 [29]
62nd Police Precinct Station House (41st Police Precinct Station House) 1086 Simpson Street June 2, 1992 [30]
Administration Building at East 180th Street (Former New York, Westchester & Boston Railroad, Administration Building) May 11, 1976 [31]
Alderbrook House 4715 Independence Avenue December 14, 2010 [32]
Alumni House (Housing Office), East Fordham Road and 191st Street February 3, 1981 [33]
American Bank Note Company Printing Plant February 5, 2008 [34]
American Female Guardian Society (Former) (Home of the Friendless Woody Crest Home), 936 Woodycrest Avenue March 28, 2000 [35]
Andrew Freedman Home June 2, 1992 [36]
Anthony Campagna Estate (640 W249 St) [37] November 16, 1993 [38]
Baird (Astor Court), New York Zoological Park (Bronx Zoo) June 20, 2000 [39] [40] [41]
Bartow-Pell Mansion February 15, 1966 [42]
Bedford Park Congregational Church June 20, 2000 [43]
Begrisch Hall at Bronx Community College January 8, 2002 [44]
Bronx Borough Courthouse July 28, 1981 [45]
Bronx County Courthouse July 13, 1976 [46]
Bronx Grit Chamber June 8, 1982 [47]
Bronx Post Office September 14, 1976 [48]
Christ Church January 11, 1967 [49]
College of Mount St. Vincent Administration Building February 8, 1979 [50]
Conservatory, The (Palm House and Wings) October 16, 1973 [51]
Cornelius Baker Hall of Philosophy February 15, 1966 [52]
Crotona Play Center June 26, 2007 [53]
Dollar Savings Bank (Former), 2972 Third Avenue January 12, 2010 [54]
Dollar Savings Bank Building (Emigrant Savings Bank), 2516-2530 Grand Concourse July 19, 1994 [55]
Edgehill Church of Spuyten Duyvil (United Church of Christ) November 25, 1980 [56]
Estey Piano Company Factory May 16, 2006 [57]
Fire House, Hook and Ladder 17 (Engine Company 60), 341 E143 St June 20, 2000 [58]
Fonthill (College Library), College of Mount St. Vincent March 15, 1966 [59]
Fort Schuyler April 19, 1966 [60]
Gould Memorial Library February 15, 1966 [61]
Greyston Conference Center (William E. Dodge House), 690 West 247 St October 13, 1970 [62]
Greyston (William E. and Sarah T. Hoadley Dodge Jr., Estate) Gatehouse, 4695 Independence Avenue, Riverdale March 22, 2011 [63]
H.F. Spaulding House (Coachman's Residence) July 28, 1981 [64]
Hadley House, 5122 Post Road June 20, 2000 [65]
Haffen Building, Willis Avenue & 148th St June 22, 2010 [66]
Hall of Fame February 15, 1966 [67]
Hall of Languages February 15, 1966 [68]
Herman Ridder Junior High School (Public School 98), 1619 Boston Road December 11, 1990 [69]
High Bridge, Aqueduct, and Pedestrian Walk November 10, 1970 [70]
High Pumping Station July 28, 1981 [71]
Kingsbridge Armory (Eighth Regiment Armory) September 24, 1974 [72]
Loew's Paradise Theater April 15, 1997 [73]
Lorillard Snuff Mill April 19, 1966 [74]
Macomb's Dam Bridge (Central Bridge) and 155th Street Viaduct January 14, 1992 [75]
Messiah Home for Children, 1777 Andrews Ave & 177th St June 24, 1997 [76]
New York Botanical Garden Museum (Library) Building, Fountain of Life, and Tulip Tree Allee March 24, 2009 [77]
New York Public Library, Morrisania Branch (McKinley Square Branch), 610 East 169th St June 16, 1998 [78]
New York Public Library, Hunts Point Branch April 14, 2009 [79]
New York Public Library, Woodstock Branch, 761 E 160th St April 14, 2009 [80]
Noonan Plaza Apartments, 139 W 168th St June 22, 2010 [81]
Old West Farms Soldier Cemetery, 2103 Bryant Ave & 180th St August 2, 1967 [82]
Orchard Beach Bathhouse and Promenade June 20, 2006 [83]
Park Plaza Apartments May 12, 1981 [84]
Poe Cottage February 15, 1966 [85]
Public School 15 January 10, 1978 [86]
Public School 27, St Ann's Avenue September 19, 1995 [87]
Public School 31, 425 Grand Concourse July 15, 1986 [88]
Public School 91 August 25, 1981
Rainey Memorial Gates January 11, 1967 [89]
Riverdale Presbyterian Church April 19, 1966 [90]
Robert Colgate House ("Stonehurst") (Nicholas Katzenbach House) October 13, 1970 [91]
Rockefeller Fountain (Bronx Zoo) February 20, 1968 [92]
Rose Hill (Fordham University Administration Building) August 18, 1970 [93]
St. Ann's Church and Graveyard June 9, 1967 [94]
St. John's Church, 3021 Kingsbridge Avenue February 19, 1974 [95]
St. John's Residence Hall, Fordham Rd & E179 St August 18, 1970 [96]
St. James' Episcopal Church November 25, 1980 [97]
St. Peter's Church, Chapel, and Cemetery, 2500 Westchester Ave March 23, 1976 [98]
Samuel Pell House, 586 City Island Avenue October 29, 2002 [99]
Second Battery Armory 1122 Franklin Avenue June 2, 1992 [100]
Sunnyslope (Bright Temple A.M.E. Church) July 28, 1981 [101]
Tremont Baptist Church 324 E Tremont Ave February 8, 2000 [102]
Union Reformed Church of Highbridge (Highbridge Community Church) (1272 Ogden Ave) November 16, 2010 [103]
United Workers' Cooperative Colony ("The Coops") June 2, 1992 [104]
University Heights Bridge September 11, 1984 [105]
Van Cortlandt Mansion March 15, 1966 [106]
Van Schaick Free Reading Room/Huntington Free Library and Reading Room April 5, 1994 [107]
Varian House March 15, 1966 [108]
Washington Bridge September 14, 1982 [109]
Wave Hill House June 21, 1966 [110]
Williamsbridge Reservoir Keeper's House (3400 Reservoir Oval) February 8, 2000 [111]

Interior Landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum Interior May 27, 1975 [112]
Crotona Play Center Bath House Interior, Main Floor Interior June 26, 2007 [113]
Dollar Savings Bank (Emigrant Savings Bank), First Floor Interior July 19, 1994 [114]
Gould Memorial Library, Bronx Community College, City University of New York, Ground Floor Interior August 11, 1981 [115]
Loew's Paradise Theater Interior May 16, 2006 [116]
Morris High School, Ground Floor Interior (Duncan Hall) December 21, 1982 [117]
Van Cortlandt Mansion Interior July 22, 1975 [118]

See also

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