List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens

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The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), formed in 1965, is the New York City governmental commission that administers the city's Landmarks Preservation Law. Since its founding, it has designated over a thousand landmarks, classified into four categories: individual landmarks, interior landmarks, scenic landmarks, and historic districts.

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The New York City borough of Queens contains 82 landmarks designated by the LPC, [lower-alpha 1] 4 interior landmarks, and 11 historic districts. The following is a complete list as of 2020. Some of these are also National Historic Landmark (NHL) sites, and NHL status is noted where known.

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Historic districts

[lower-alpha 2] Landmark nameImageDate listed [lower-alpha 3] LocationNeighborhoodDescription
1 Addisleigh Park Historic District
Addisleigh Park Historic District Addisleigh Park 01.JPG
Addisleigh Park Historic District
February 1, 2011
(#2405)
List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens
40°41′38″N73°46′27″W / 40.69395°N 73.77411°W / 40.69395; -73.77411 (Addisleigh Park Historic District)
St. Albans A residential neighborhood consisting of single-family homes built in a variety of styles between the 1910s and 1930s. [1]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
2 Central Ridgewood Historic District
Central Ridgewood Historic District RIDGEWOOD-GLENDALE-FRESH POND 188.JPG
Central Ridgewood Historic District
December 9, 2014
(#2448)
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40°42′15″N73°54′00″W / 40.70405°N 73.90009°W / 40.70405; -73.90009 (Central Ridgewood Historic District)
Ridgewood A series of houses built between 1895 and 1927, largely comprising two-story, brick rowhouse dwellings with one apartment per floor. [2]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
3 Douglaston Historic District
Douglaston Historic District Douglaston Club.JPG
Douglaston Historic District
June 24, 1997
(#1957)
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40°46′30″N73°45′03″W / 40.7749°N 73.7507°W / 40.7749; -73.7507 (Douglaston Historic District)
Douglaston A residential neighborhood with more than 600 single-family residences on Little Neck Peninsula, built in various styles in the early and mid-20th century. [3]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
4 Douglaston Hill Historic District
Douglaston Hill Historic District Zion Episcopal Church Douglaston 06.JPG
Douglaston Hill Historic District
December 14, 2004
(#2155)
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40°46′07″N73°44′49″W / 40.7687°N 73.7469°W / 40.7687; -73.7469 (Douglaston Hill Historic District)
Douglaston Thirty-one single-family residences on Little Neck Peninsula, built in various styles from the 1890s to the 1930s. [4]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
5 Fort Totten Historic District
Fort Totten Historic District Ft Totten Officer Club jeh.JPG
Fort Totten Historic District
June 29, 1999
(#2040)
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40°47′36″N73°46′38″W / 40.7932°N 73.7772°W / 40.7932; -73.7772 (Fort Totten Historic District)
Fort Totten Former military fortification with more than 100 buildings and structures erected from the 1830s to the 1960s. [5]
6 Hunters Point Historic District
Hunters Point Historic District Hunters Point Historic District.JPG
Hunters Point Historic District
May 15, 1968
(#0450)
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40°44′50″N73°56′47″W / 40.7471°N 73.9465°W / 40.7471; -73.9465 (Hunters Point Historic District)
Long Island City A collection of 47 Italianate, French Second Empire, and Neo-Grec townhouses on 45th Avenue, built in 1871–1890. [6]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
7 Jackson Heights Historic District
Jackson Heights Historic District NYC Jackson Heights 3.jpg
Jackson Heights Historic District
October 19, 1993
(#1831)
List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens
40°45′06″N73°53′05″W / 40.7518°N 73.8847°W / 40.7518; -73.8847 (Jackson Heights Historic District)
Jackson Heights A series of residential buildings in different sizes and styles, erected in 1914–1939 as part of the largest planned community of cooperative and garden apartments in the United States. [7]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.
8 Ridgewood North Historic District
Ridgewood North Historic District RIDGEWOOD-GLENDALE-FRESH POND 132.JPG
Ridgewood North Historic District
September 15, 2009
(#2319)
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40°42′24″N73°54′15″W / 40.70673°N 73.90421°W / 40.70673; -73.90421 (Ridgewood North Historic District)
Ridgewood A collection of 96 buildings, mostly three-story brick rowhouses called "Mathews Model Flats", built in 1908–1914 by the G.X. Mathews Company. [8]
9 Ridgewood South Historic District
Ridgewood South Historic District RIDGEWOOD-GLENDALE-FRESH POND 145.JPG
Ridgewood South Historic District
October 26, 2010
(#2348)
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40°42′10″N73°54′15″W / 40.70274°N 73.90417°W / 40.70274; -73.90417 (Ridgewood South Historic District)
Ridgewood A collection of 210 buildings, including three-story brick rowhouses as well as the St. Matthias Roman Catholic Church, built in 1911–1912 by the G.X. Mathews Company. [9]
10 Stockholm Street Historic District
November 28, 2000
(#2081)
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40°42′31″N73°54′49″W / 40.70867°N 73.91357°W / 40.70867; -73.91357 (Stockholm Street Historic District)
Ridgewood Thirty-six two-story brick rowhouses, two garages, and a stable built primarily in 1907-1910 by Joseph Weiss & Company along Stockholm Street, the only remaining brick street in Ridgewood. [10]
11 Sunnyside Gardens Historic District
Sunnyside Gardens Historic District Sunnyside Gardens Historic District.JPG
Sunnyside Gardens Historic District
June 26, 2007
(#2258)
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40°44′47″N73°54′58″W / 40.7463°N 73.9162°W / 40.7463; -73.9162 (Sunnyside Gardens Historic District)
Sunnyside Gardens A collection of 1,202 residences across 77 acres (31 ha), developed by Clarence Stein and Henry Wright between 1924 and 1928 as part of the first garden city in the United States. [11]
  • Also a U.S. historic district.

Individual landmarks

[lower-alpha 2] Landmark nameImageDate listed [lower-alpha 3] LocationNeighborhoodDescription
1 35-34 Bell Boulevard
3534 Bell Blvd 05.JPG
October 19, 2004
(#2154)
35-34 Bell Boulevard
40°44′44″N73°51′37″W / 40.745694°N 73.860167°W / 40.745694; -73.860167
Bayside Colonial Revival house built in 1905–1906 with a distinctive cobblestone facade. [12]
2 53rd (now 101st) Precinct Police Station
53rd (now 101st) Precinct Police Station 53rd (now 101st) Precient 20190214 140137 01.jpg
53rd (now 101st) Precinct Police Station
May 29, 2018
(#2610)
16-12 Mott Avenue
40°36′11″N73°45′00″W / 40.60295°N 73.75000°W / 40.60295; -73.75000 (53rd (now 101st) Precinct Police Station)
Far Rockaway First police station in the Rockaways built by the New York City government, erected 1927–1928 in the Renaissance Revival and Colonial Revival styles. [13]
3 Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House
Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House Vander Ende Onderdonk back jeh.jpg
Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House
March 21, 1995
(#1923)
18-20 Flushing Avenue
40°42′40″N73°55′12″W / 40.711111°N 73.920001°W / 40.711111; -73.920001 (Adrian and Ann Wyckoff Onderdonk House)
Ridgewood One of a few remaining 18th-century stone houses with gambrel roofs in New York City. [14]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
4 Allen-Beville House (Benjamin P. Allen House)
Allen-Beville House (Benjamin P. Allen House) Allen-Beville House.JPG
Allen-Beville House (Benjamin P. Allen House)
January 11, 1977
(#0944)
29 Center Drive
40°46′22″N73°45′03″W / 40.772778°N 73.750833°W / 40.772778; -73.750833 (Allen-Beville House (Benjamin P. Allen House))
Douglaston One of Douglaston's oldest homes, built in 1848–1850 in the Greek Revival style. [16]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places, [15] and overlaid by the Douglaston Historic District
5 Louis Armstrong House
Louis-armstrong-house.jpg
December 13, 1988
(#1555)
34-56 107th Street
40°45′16″N73°51′42″W / 40.75446°N 73.86161°W / 40.75446; -73.86161
Corona Former home of musician Louis Armstrong, a brick-covered frame structure erected in 1910. [17]
6 Astoria Park Pool and Play Center
Astoria Park Pool and Play Center Astoria Pool jeh.jpg
Astoria Park Pool and Play Center
June 20, 2006
(#2196)
19th Street between 22nd Drive and Hoyt Avenue North
40°46′44″N73°55′21″W / 40.7789°N 73.9226°W / 40.7789; -73.9226 (Astoria Park Pool and Play Center)
Astoria One of several Works Progress Administration recreation centers, built in 1936. [18]
7 Bank of Manhattan Company Building aka Long Island City Clocktower
Bank of Manhattan Company Building aka Long Island City Clocktower Clock tower 29-27 41st Ave, Queens Plaza jeh.jpg
Bank of Manhattan Company Building aka Long Island City Clocktower
May 12, 2015
(#2570)
29-27 41st Avenue
40°45′00″N73°56′11″W / 40.75005°N 73.93632°W / 40.75005; -73.93632 (Bank of Manhattan Company Building aka Long Island City Clocktower)
Long Island City Queens' first skyscraper, a neo-Gothic clock tower built in 1927 by the Manhattan Company. [19]
8 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Lodge Number 878
BPOE 878 Jul 2020 01.jpg
August 14, 2001
(#2086)
82-10 Queens Boulevard
40°44′14″N73°52′52″W / 40.73711°N 73.88108°W / 40.73711; -73.88108
Elmhurst Italian Renaissance Palazzo Elks lodge built in 1923–1924. [20]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
9 John Bowne House
John Bowne House (WTM by official-ly cool 078).jpg
February 15, 1966
(#0143)
37-01 Bowne Street
40°45′46″N73°49′30″W / 40.762894°N 73.824948°W / 40.762894; -73.824948
Flushing Oldest house in Queens, an English Colonial house built in 1661. It was home to John Bowne and nine generations of his family. [21]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
10 Bowne Street Community Church
Bowne Street Community Church Protestant Reformed Dutch Church of Flushing 20190410 120641.jpg
Bowne Street Community Church
December 13, 2016
(#2137)
143-11 Roosevelt Avenue
40°45′41″N73°49′26″W / 40.76147°N 73.824°W / 40.76147; -73.824 (Bowne Street Community Church)
Flushing Romanesque Revival church built in 1891–1892 in Flushing, an early center of religious tolerance. [22]
11 Brinckerhoff Cemetery
August 14, 2012
(#2087)
69-71 182nd Street
40°43′55″N73°47′18″W / 40.73204°N 73.78825°W / 40.73204; -73.78825
Fresh Meadows One of Queens' oldest colonial cemeteries, dating from 1730. [23]
12 Ralph Johnson Bunche House
Ralph-johnson-bunch-house.jpg
May 17, 2005
(#2175)
115-24 Grosvenor Road
40°42′23″N73°50′13″W / 40.706389°N 73.836944°W / 40.706389; -73.836944
Kew Gardens Former home of diplomat Ralph Bunche, a neo-Tudor house built in 1927. [24]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark [15]
X Congregation Derech Emunoh
Designation pending
(Ref. # missing)
199 Beach 67th Street
40°35′20″N73°47′46″W / 40.58899°N 73.79608°W / 40.58899; -73.79608
Arverne Neo-Gregorian synagogue built in 1905–1906. [25]
13 Congregation Tifereth Israel
Congregation Tifereth Israel Congregation Tifereth Israel, Corona, Queens, New York.JPG
Congregation Tifereth Israel
February 12, 2008
(#2283)
109-18 54th Avenue
40°44′32″N73°51′11″W / 40.7422°N 73.853°W / 40.7422; -73.853 (Congregation Tifereth Israel)
Corona A Gothic and Moorish synagogue built in 1911. [26]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
14 Richard Cornell Graveyard
August 18, 1970
(#0741)
1457 Greenport Road
40°36′01″N73°44′59″W / 40.60028°N 73.74972°W / 40.60028; -73.74972 (Richard Cornell Graveyard)
Far Rockaway One of New York City's surviving 18th-century cemeteries. Private burial ground of the Cornell family in the 18th and 19th centuries. [27]
15 Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse
Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse QFM farmhouse jeh.jpg
Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse
November 9, 1976
(#0941)
73-50 Little Neck Parkway
40°44′54″N73°43′13″W / 40.74833°N 73.72028°W / 40.74833; -73.72028 (Creedmoor (Cornell) Farmhouse)
Bellerose Colonial farmhouse built in 1772, and operated as part of the Queens County Farm Museum. [28]
16 Daniel and Abbie B. Eldridge House
Daniel and Abbie B. Eldridge House - Front.JPG
December 20, 2011
(#2473)
87-61 111th Street
40°41′43″N73°50′10″W / 40.69528°N 73.83611°W / 40.69528; -73.83611
Richmond Hill Italianate-style villa built in 1870 as one of the first developments in the Richmond Hill area. [29]
17 Firehouse, Engine Company 258, Hook and Ladder Company 115
Hook-and-ladder-company number-115.JPG
June 20, 2006
(#2200)
10-40 47th Avenue
40°44′42″N73°57′06″W / 40.745083°N 73.95167°W / 40.745083; -73.95167
Long Island City Renaissance Revival firehouse built in 1902–1904. [30]
18 Firehouse, Engine Companies 264 and 328, Ladder Company 134
FDNY eng264 328 Ladder 134 20190214 135053~2.jpg
May 29, 2018
(#2609)
16-15 Central Avenue
40°36′16″N73°45′08″W / 40.60455°N 73.75234°W / 40.60455; -73.75234
Far Rockaway Renaissance Revival and Colonial Revival firehouse built in 1910–1912. [31]
19 Firehouse, Engine Company 268, Ladder Company 137
Ladder 137 backing in B116 jeh.jpg
February 12, 2013
(#2527)
259 Beach 116th Street
40°34′51″N73°50′18″W / 40.58084°N 73.83824°W / 40.58084; -73.83824
Rockaway Park Colonial Revival firehouse built in 1912–1913. [32]
20 Firehouse, Engine Company 289, Ladder Company 138
Fire Engine Company 289, Ladder Company 138.JPG
June 22, 1999
(#2035)
97-28 43rd Avenue
40°44′47″N73°51′55″W / 40.746250°N 73.86528°W / 40.746250; -73.86528
Corona Neoclassical firehouse built in 1912–1914. [33]
21 Firehouse, Engine Company 305
FDNY 75 Av Forest Hills jeh.jpg
June 12, 2012
(#2522)
111-02 Queens Boulevard
40°43′06″N73°50′16″W / 40.71821°N 73.83774°W / 40.71821; -73.83774
Forest Hills Neo-Medieval firehouse built in 1912–1914. [34]
22 First Reformed Church of Jamaica
First Reformed Church of Jamaica First Ref Church of Jamaica jeh.jpg
First Reformed Church of Jamaica
January 30, 1996
(#1939)
153-10 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′09″N73°48′08″W / 40.7025°N 73.802222°W / 40.7025; -73.802222 (First Reformed Church of Jamaica)
Jamaica Romanesque Revival church built in 1858–1859. [35]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
23 Fitzgerald/Ginsberg Mansion
FitzG-Ginsberg 145-15 Bayside Av jeh.JPG
September 20, 2005
(#2160)
145-15 Bayside Avenue
40°46′16″N73°49′24″W / 40.77103°N 73.82322°W / 40.77103; -73.82322
Linden Hill Tudor Revival mansion built in 1924 for Charles and Florence Fitzgerald, then occupied by Ethel and Morris Ginsberg. [36]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
24 Flushing High School
Flushing HS 20181010 103053.jpg
January 8, 1991
(#1798)
35-01 Union Street
40°45′54″N73°49′39″W / 40.765°N 73.8275°W / 40.765; -73.8275
Flushing New York City's oldest high school, designed in the Collegiate Gothic style and built in 1912–1915. [37]
25 Flushing Municipal Courthouse/Flushing Town Hall
Flushing Municipal Courthouse/Flushing Town Hall Flushing Town Hall jeh.JPG
Flushing Municipal Courthouse/Flushing Town Hall
July 30, 1968
(#0139)
137-35 Northern Boulevard
40°45′50″N73°49′49″W / 40.763889°N 73.830278°W / 40.763889; -73.830278 (Flushing Municipal Courthouse/Flushing Town Hall)
Flushing Romanesque Revival courthouse and town hall built in 1862. [38]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
26 Forest Park Carousel
Forest Park Carousel empty jeh.jpg
June 25, 2013
(#2528)
Forest Park
40°42′01″N73°51′24″W / 40.70038°N 73.85673°W / 40.70038; -73.85673
Woodhaven Carousel with 52 figures, most carved by Daniel Muller from 1903 to 1909. [39]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
27 Fort Totten Battery
Totten Water Battery outside jeh.jpg
September 24, 1974
(#0826)
Fort Totten Park
40°47′48″N73°46′46″W / 40.79661°N 73.77936°W / 40.79661; -73.77936
Fort Totten Fortification built between 1817 and 1864 as part of the Third System of fortifications [40]
  • Overlaid by the Fort Totten Historic District
28 Fort Totten Officers' Club
Fort Totten, New York Officer's Club.JPG
September 24, 1974
(#0827)
Fort Totten Park
40°47′32″N73°46′41″W / 40.792222°N 73.778056°W / 40.792222; -73.778056
Fort Totten Gothic Revival castellated structure built in 1870, one of a few such designs in New York City. [41]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places, [15] and overlaid by the Fort Totten Historic District
29 Friends Meeting House
Friends Meeting House Old-quaker-house-flushing.jpg
Friends Meeting House
August 18, 1970
(#0141)
137-16 Northern Boulevard
40°45′47″N73°49′49″W / 40.763028°N 73.830361°W / 40.763028; -73.830361 (Friends Meeting House)
Flushing New York City's oldest surviving house of worship, built in 1694. [42]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark [15]
30 Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard
Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard Grace Episcopal Church, Queens jeh.jpg
Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard
May 25, 1967
(#0487)
155-03 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′13″N73°48′04″W / 40.70358°N 73.80105°W / 40.70358; -73.80105 (Grace Episcopal Church and Graveyard)
Jamaica Gothic Revival church built in 1861–1862, with one of New York City's oldest graveyards. [43]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
31 Arthur Hammerstein House
Arthur Hammerstein House 01.JPG
July 27, 1982
(#1282)
168-11 Powells Cove Boulevard
40°47′37″N73°50′24″W / 40.79371°N 73.84001°W / 40.79371; -73.84001
Whitestone Former home of producer Arthur Hammerstein, a neo-Tudor house built in 1924. [44]
32 Hawthorne Court Apartments
Hawthorne Court Apartments; Bayside, Queens-1.jpg
November 25, 2014
(#2461)
215-37 to 215-43 43rd Avenue and 42-22 to 42-38 216th Street
40°45′44″N73°45′59″W / 40.76222°N 73.76639°W / 40.76222; -73.76639
Bayside Tudor Revival apartment complex built in 1930–1931. [45]
33 Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building
Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building 89-31 161st St 2012 jeh.jpg
October 26, 2010
(#2386)
89-31 161st Street
40°42′20″N73°47′57″W / 40.70555°N 73.79925°W / 40.70555; -73.79925
Jamaica Georgian Revival office building constructed in 1928–1929. [46]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
34 Jamaica High School/Jamaica Educational Campus
Jamaica High School/Jamaica Educational Campus Jamaica HS east wide jeh.jpg
Jamaica High School/Jamaica Educational Campus
March 24, 2009
(#2316)
167-01 Gothic Drive
40°42′51″N73°47′53″W / 40.71416°N 73.79797°W / 40.71416; -73.79797 (Jamaica High School/Jamaica Educational Campus)
Jamaica Estates Gothic Revival structure built in 1925–1927 to replace the old Jamaica High School building on Hillside Avenue. [47]
35 Jamaica High School/Jamaica Learning Center
Jamaica High School/Jamaica Learning Center Old Jamaica High School Front.JPG
Jamaica High School/Jamaica Learning Center
June 25, 2013
(#2538)
162-02 Hillside Avenue
40°42′30″N73°47′59″W / 40.70828°N 73.79959°W / 40.70828; -73.79959 (Jamaica High School/Jamaica Learning Center)
Jamaica Dutch Revival structure built in 1895–1896. [48]
36 Jamaica Savings Bank, Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica Savings Bank, Jamaica Avenue Old Jamaica Savings Bank Building; Full View.JPG
Jamaica Savings Bank, Jamaica Avenue
February 12, 2008
(#2109)
161-02 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′13″N73°47′55″W / 40.70358°N 73.79851°W / 40.70358; -73.79851 (Jamaica Savings Bank, Jamaica Avenue)
Jamaica Beaux-Arts building constructed in 1897–1898. [49]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
37 Jamaica Savings Bank, Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica Savings Bank, Sutphin Boulevard Jamaica Savings Bank (Sutphin Boulevard) 02.JPG
Jamaica Savings Bank, Sutphin Boulevard
October 26, 2010
(#2393)
146-21 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′07″N73°48′29″W / 40.70194°N 73.808194°W / 40.70194; -73.808194 (Jamaica Savings Bank, Sutphin Boulevard)
Jamaica Moderne bank built in 1939. [50]
38 King Manor
Rufus-king-house.jpg
April 19, 1966
(#0145)
150th Street and Jamaica Avenue
40°42′11″N73°48′14″W / 40.703056°N 73.803889°W / 40.703056; -73.803889
Jamaica Residence of Founding Father Rufus King, one of Queens' few remaining 18th Century American Colonial houses. [51]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark [15]
39 Kingsland Homestead
Kingsland Homestead north jeh.jpg
October 14, 1965
(#0005)
143-35 37th Avenue
40°45′49″N73°49′27″W / 40.763611°N 73.824167°W / 40.763611; -73.824167
Flushing Second oldest house in Flushing, a Dutch Colonial house built in 1774. [52]
  • This building was originally designated as a landmark with the address 40-25 155th Street. The designation was amended on June 30, 2020, to also include the grounds of the property. [53]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
40 J. Kurtz and Sons Store Building
J-Kurtz and Sons; Top Floors.jpg
November 24, 1981
(#1132)
162-24 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′15″N73°47′49″W / 40.70428°N 73.79705°W / 40.70428; -73.79705
Jamaica Art Deco store built in 1931. [54]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
41 La Casina
La Casina 2012-09-27 17-27-35.jpg
January 30, 1996
(#1940)
90-33 160th Street
40°42′16″N73°47′58″W / 40.70432°N 73.79931°W / 40.70432; -73.79931
Jamaica Streamlined Moderne building erected in 1933. [55]
42 Lewis H. Latimer House
Latimer house shady side jeh.jpg
March 21, 1995
(#1924)
34-41 137th Street
40°45′58″N73°49′46″W / 40.766063°N 73.829402°W / 40.766063; -73.829402
Flushing Former home of inventor Lewis H. Latimer, a Queen Anne style frame house built in 1887–1889. [56]
43 Lawrence Cemetery
Neglected Cemetery; 42nd and 216th, Bayside, Queens.jpg
August 2, 1967
(#0630)
216th Street and 42nd Avenue
40°45′48″N73°46′01″W / 40.76333°N 73.76683°W / 40.76333; -73.76683
Bayside Cemetery with 40–50 graves for the Lawrence family, interred between 1832 and 1925. [57]
44 Lawrence Family Graveyard
Lawrence plot 216-42 jeh.JPG
April 19, 1966
(#0136)
20th Road and 35th Street
40°46′38″N73°54′20″W / 40.77735°N 73.90563°W / 40.77735; -73.90563
Steinway Cemetery with 89 graves for the Lawrence family. [58]
45 Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead
Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead Lent Homestead 01.JPG
Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead
March 15, 1966
(#0135)
78-03 19th Road
40°46′23″N73°53′31″W / 40.773056°N 73.891944°W / 40.773056; -73.891944 (Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead)
Ditmars New York City's oldest remaining private house used for such purposes. Built in 1729 as a Dutch Colonial farmhouse. [59]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
46 Loew's Valencia Theatre
Loews Valencia Jamaica Av jeh.jpg
May 29, 1990
(#2036)
165-11 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′21″N73°47′40″W / 40.70583°N 73.79444°W / 40.70583; -73.79444
Jamaica Baroque theater constructed in 1928 as part of the Loew's Wonder Theatres chain. [60]
47 Lydia Ann Bell and William Ahles House
Lydia Ann Bell and John William Ahles House.jpg
April 12, 2016
(#2341)
39-24 213th Street
40°45′51″N73°46′25″W / 40.76408°N 73.77350°W / 40.76408; -73.77350
Bayside Second Empire Style house built in 1873 with Colonial Revival alterations in 1924. It is Bayside's only remaining Second Empire house of the 1870s and 1880s. [61]
48 Marine Air Terminal
Marine Air Terminal, LaGuardia, facade.jpg
November 25, 1980
(#1109)
La Guardia Airport
40°46′25″N73°53′10″W / 40.773611°N 73.886111°W / 40.773611; -73.886111
East Elmhurst Art Deco airport terminal built in 1939–1940, only active airport terminal dating from the first generation of passenger air travel in the United States. [62]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
49 Moore-Jackson Cemetery
Moore-Jackson Cemetery 02.JPG
March 18, 1997
(#1956)
31-34 54th Street
40°45′22″N73°54′28″W / 40.75601°N 73.90770°W / 40.75601; -73.90770
Woodside Cemetery with at least 51 interments from 1733 to 1868. One of New York City's few surviving Colonial-era cemeteries. [63]
50 Newtown High School
Newtown High School Newtown HS Elmhurst jeh.jpg
Newtown High School
June 24, 2003
(#2131)
48-01 90th Street
40°44′27″N73°52′27″W / 40.740829°N 73.874168°W / 40.740829; -73.874168 (Newtown High School)
Elmhurst Flemish Renaissance Revival style high school building erected in 1917–1921, with a turreted tower. The designation also includes expansions in 1930–1931 and 1956–1958. [64]
51 New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building
New York Architectural Terra Cotta Works Building 20190424 114141.jpg
August 24, 1982
(#1304)
42-10 Vernon Boulevard
40°45′14″N73°56′59″W / 40.754000°N 73.949778°W / 40.754000; -73.949778
Long Island City Renaissance and Tudor Revival building constructed in 1892 as the headquarters of New York Architectural Terra Cotta, the city's sole architectural terracotta manufacturer. [65]
52 New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Long Island City Branch
New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Long Island City Branch Wikist aces 0011.jpg
New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Long Island City Branch
May 11, 1976
(#0925)
25-10 Court Square
40°44′45″N73°56′35″W / 40.74591°N 73.94301°W / 40.74591; -73.94301 (New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Long Island City Branch)
Long Island City English Renaissance Revival courthouse dating from 1872–1876, and rebuilt in 1904–1908. [66]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
53 Old Saint James Episcopal Church
Old Saint James Episcopal Church Old Saint James Episcopal Church 20190424 121800 2.jpg
Old Saint James Episcopal Church
September 19, 2017
(#2593)
86-02 Broadway
40°44′18″N73°52′40″W / 40.738333°N 73.877778°W / 40.738333; -73.877778 (Old Saint James Episcopal Church)
Elmhurst Colonial-era church dating from 1735–1736. [67]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
54 Paramount Studios, Building No. 1 (Main Building)
Paramount Studios, Building No. 1 (Main Building) Kaufman Univ Studio LIC jeh.JPG
Paramount Studios, Building No. 1 (Main Building)
March 14, 1978
(#0977)
35-11 35th Avenue
40°45′25″N73°55′28″W / 40.75696°N 73.92451°W / 40.75696; -73.92451 (Paramount Studios, Building No. 1 (Main Building))
Astoria Concrete motion-picture studio built in 1920–1921. [68]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
55 Pepsi-Cola Sign
Pepsi-Cola Sign Pepsi Cola Sign at Gantry State Park.jpg
Pepsi-Cola Sign
April 12, 2016
(#1653)
4-09 47th Road
40°44′51″N73°57′28″W / 40.7475°N 73.957778°W / 40.7475; -73.957778 (Pepsi-Cola Sign)
Long Island City Electric sign that once advertised Pepsi-Cola's Long Island City bottling facility. [69]
56 Poppenhusen Institute
Poppenhusen Institute jeh.JPG
August 18, 1970
(#0662)
114-04 14th Road
40°47′04″N73°51′12″W / 40.784444°N 73.853333°W / 40.784444; -73.853333
College Point Italianate and French Second Empire building that served as a village hall, library, and jail. [70]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
57 Prospect Cemetery
Prospect Cemetery Prospect Cemetery Jamaica 02.JPG
Prospect Cemetery
January 11, 1977
(#0945)
159th Street and Beaver Road
40°42′04″N73°48′01″W / 40.701111°N 73.800278°W / 40.701111; -73.800278 (Prospect Cemetery)
Jamaica Oldest graveyard in Jamaica, dating from 1665–1670. [71]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
58 Public School 48
September 21, 2020
(#2646)
155-02 108th Avenue
40°41′37″N73°47′46″W / 40.6936112°N 73.796125°W / 40.6936112; -73.796125 (Public School 48)
South Jamaica Art Deco school designed in 1932.
59 Public School 66
Public School 66 PS 66 Queens, Richmond Hill, NY.jpg
Public School 66
January 12, 2010
(#2317)
85-11 102nd Street
40°41′52″N73°50′47″W / 40.697778°N 73.846389°W / 40.697778; -73.846389 (Public School 66)
Richmond Hill Victorian Eclectic, Romanesque Revival, and Queen Anne school built in 1898. [72]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
60 Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch
Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch Poppenhusen QPL jeh.JPG
Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch
May 30, 2000
(#2045)
121-23 14th Avenue
40°47′10″N73°50′46″W / 40.78623°N 73.84601°W / 40.78623; -73.84601 (Queens Borough Public Library, Poppenhusen Branch)
College Point Classical-inspired Carnegie library built in 1904, part of the Queens Public Library system. [73]
61 Queens General Court House
Queens County Courthouse by David Shankbone.jpg
October 26, 2010
(#2404)
88-11 Sutphin Boulevard
40°42′16″N73°48′30″W / 40.70446°N 73.80844°W / 40.70446; -73.80844
Jamaica Modern Classical courthouse constructed in 1936–1939. [74]
62 Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge 1910.png
April 16, 1974
(#0828)
Spanning the East River between Queens Plaza, Queens, and East 59th Street, Manhattan
40°45′20″N73°57′05″W / 40.75549°N 73.95132°W / 40.75549; -73.95132
Long Island City Double-decked cantilever bridge to Manhattan, completed in 1909, which helped influence the development of Queens. [75]
63 Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall
Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall RDC Newtown Bwy Elmhurst jeh.JPG
Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall
July 19, 1966
(#0138)
85-15 Broadway
40°44′21″N73°52′39″W / 40.73929°N 73.87745°W / 40.73929; -73.87745 (Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown and Fellowship Hall)
Elmhurst One of New York City's few remaining churches made entirely of wood, built in 1831. [76]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
64 The Register/Jamaica Arts Center
The Register/Jamaica Arts Center Office of the Register 2012-09-27 161-10 Jamaica Av jeh.jpg
The Register/Jamaica Arts Center
November 12, 1974
(#0875)
161-04 Jamaica Avenue
40°42′14″N73°47′53″W / 40.70375°N 73.79816°W / 40.70375; -73.79816 (The Register/Jamaica Arts Center)
Jamaica Neo-Italian Renaissance building that formerly housed the Queens Register of Titles and Deeds. [77]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
65 Remsen Cemetery
Remsen Cem east jeh.JPG
May 26, 1981
(#1177)
near 69-43 Trotting Course Lane
40°42′44″N73°51′31″W / 40.71234°N 73.85853°W / 40.71234; -73.85853
Rego Park Private cemetery dating from 1785–1795. [78]
66 Richmond Hill Republican Club
Richmond Hill Republican Club 01.JPG
December 17, 2002
(#2126)
86-15 Lefferts Boulevard
40°42′03″N73°49′52″W / 40.70083°N 73.83111°W / 40.70083; -73.83111
Richmond Hill Colonial Revival clubhouse of the Republican Party, built in 1908. [79]
67 Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch
Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch Ridgewood Savings 70th Rd Forest Hills jeh.jpg
Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch
May 30, 2000
(#2066)
107-55 Queens Boulevard
40°43′19″N73°50′39″W / 40.72203°N 73.84425°W / 40.72203; -73.84425 (Ridgewood Savings Bank, Forest Hills Branch)
Forest Hills First branch of Ridgewood Savings Bank, built in 1939–1940 in the Modern Classical style. [80]
68 Ridgewood Theatre Building
January 12, 2010
(#2325)
55-27 Myrtle Avenue
40°42′01″N73°54′27″W / 40.700139°N 73.90750°W / 40.700139; -73.90750
Ridgewood Beaux-Arts theater built in 1916. [81]
69 Edward E. Sanford House
Edward E. Sanford House 102-45 47th Avenue House 01.JPG
Edward E. Sanford House
February 10, 1987
(#1292)
102-45 47th Avenue
40°44′44″N73°51′37″W / 40.745694°N 73.860167°W / 40.745694; -73.860167 (Edward E. Sanford House)
Corona Italianate house built circa 1871. [82]
70 Herman A. and Malvina Schleicher House
Schleicher House CP SE uncut jeh.jpg
October 20, 2009
(#2321)
11-41 123rd Street
40°47′12″N73°50′41″W / 40.78679°N 73.84484°W / 40.78679; -73.84484
College Point Italianate and French Second Empire mansion built in 1857, and one of New York City's first buildings with mansard roofs. [83]
71 St. George's Church
St. George's Church St. George's Episcopal, Old Parish House, Flushing jeh.jpg
St. George's Church
February 8, 2002
(#2053)
38-02 Main Street
40°45′37″N73°49′52″W / 40.760278°N 73.831111°W / 40.760278; -73.831111 (St. George's Church)
Flushing Gorthic Revival church built in 1853–1854. [84]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark [15]
72 St. Monica's Church
St. Monica's Church St.Monica's Church (Queens) 20180930 ded.1856 02.jpg
St. Monica's Church
March 13, 1979
(#1017)
94-20 160th Street
40°42′07″N73°47′53″W / 40.701944°N 73.798056°W / 40.701944; -73.798056 (St. Monica's Church)
Jamaica Romanesque church built in 1856 with a central entrance tower. [85]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
73 Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue
Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue Jamaica (Queens) Street Clock.JPG
Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue
August 25, 1981
(#1176)
92-00a Union Hall Street
40°42′15″N73°47′53″W / 40.704167°N 73.798056°W / 40.704167; -73.798056 (Sidewalk Clock, 161-11 Jamaica Avenue)
Jamaica Classical cast-iron clock made circa 1900. [86]
  • This building was originally designated as a landmark with the address 161-11 Jamaica Avenue. In 1989, it was moved across the street.
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
74 Sidewalk Clock, 30-78 Steinway Street
Sidewalk Clock, 30-78 Steinway Street Steinway St clock jeh.JPG
Sidewalk Clock, 30-78 Steinway Street
August 25, 1981
(#1174)
30-78 Steinway Street
40°45′43″N73°55′00″W / 40.76191°N 73.91669°W / 40.76191; -73.91669 (Sidewalk Clock, 30-78 Steinway Street)
Astoria Classical cast-iron clock made circa 1922 for Edward Wagner, owner of the Wagners Jewelers store. [87]
75 Sohmer and Company Piano Factory
Sohmer Piano fr RI jeh.jpg
February 27, 2005
(#2172)
31-01 Vernon Boulevard
40°46′10″N73°56′07″W / 40.769444°N 73.935278°W / 40.769444; -73.935278
Astoria German Romanesque Revival factory for Sohmer & Co., built in 1886. [88]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
76 Steinway Mansion/Benjamin T. Pike House
Steinway Mansion/Benjamin T. Pike House Steinway Mansion.jpg
Steinway Mansion/Benjamin T. Pike House
February 15, 1967
(#0632)
18-33 41st Street
40°46′44″N73°53′49″W / 40.77875°N 73.897083°W / 40.77875; -73.897083 (Steinway Mansion/Benjamin T. Pike House)
Steinway Residence of piano maker William Steinway, an Italianate villa built circa 1858. [89]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
77 Suffolk Title and Guarantee Company Building
Suffolk Title Guarantee Company 03.JPG
March 6, 2001
(#2088)
90-04 161st Street
40°42′19″N73°47′59″W / 40.70518°N 73.79965°W / 40.70518; -73.79965
Jamaica Art Deco building erected in 1929. [90]
78 Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A
Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A Jfkairport.jpg
Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A
July 19, 1994
(#1915)
John F. Kennedy International Airport
40°38′45″N73°46′39″W / 40.645833°N 73.7775°W / 40.645833; -73.7775 (Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A)
Jamaica Concrete and glass terminal built for Trans World Airlines between 1956 and 1962. [91]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places [15]
79 Unisphere and Reflecting Pool
Unisphere and Reflecting Pool Unisphere5814.JPG
Unisphere and Reflecting Pool
May 16, 1995
(#1925)
Inside Flushing Meadows–Corona Park
40°44′47″N73°50′41″W / 40.746426°N 73.844819°W / 40.746426; -73.844819 (Unisphere and Reflecting Pool)
Flushing Meadows–Corona Park Steel globe built as an icon of the 1964 New York World's Fair. [92]
80 Cornelius Van Wyck House
Cornelius Van Wyck House.JPG
April 19, 1966
(#0144)
37-04 Douglaston Parkway
40°46′24″N73°45′09″W / 40.773278°N 73.7525°W / 40.773278; -73.7525
Douglaston Dutch Colonial house built in 1735, one of New York City's few remaining Dutch Colonial houses. [93]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places, [15] and overlaid by the Douglaston Historic District
81 Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden
Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden Voelker Orth 01.JPG
Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden
October 30, 2007
(#2272)
149-19 38th Avenue
40°45′53″N73°48′58″W / 40.764618°N 73.816114°W / 40.764618; -73.816114 (Voelker Orth Museum Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden)
Murray Hill One of a few remaining houses from Flushing's first major suburban developments, built in 1891 for businessman Conrad Voelker. [94]
82 Weeping Beech
Weeping Beech Kingsland Homestead Weeping Beech 20181010 102734.jpg
Weeping Beech
April 19, 1966
(#0142)
Weeping Beech Park, 37th Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and Bowne Street
40°45′49″N73°49′27″W / 40.763611°N 73.824167°W / 40.763611; -73.824167 (Weeping Beech)
Flushing Weeping beech planted by Samuel Parsons in 1847; [95] the original tree was euthanized in 1999. [96]

Interior landmarks

[lower-alpha 2] Landmark nameImageDate listed [lower-alpha 3] LocationNeighborhoodDescription
1 King Manor (first floor interior)
King Manor (first floor interior) Rufus-king-house.jpg
King Manor (first floor interior)
March 23, 1976
(#0923)
150th Street and Jamaica Avenue
40°42′11″N73°48′14″W / 40.703056°N 73.803889°W / 40.703056; -73.803889 (King Manor (first floor interior))
Jamaica The first floor of King Manor (an exterior landmark and National Historic Landmark) with features in the Georgian and Federal styles. [51]
2 Marine Air Terminal (main floor interior)
Marine Air Terminal (main floor interior) Marine Air Terminal, LaGuardia, facade.jpg
Marine Air Terminal (main floor interior)
November 25, 1980
(#1110)
La Guardia Airport
40°46′25″N73°53′10″W / 40.773611°N 73.886111°W / 40.773611; -73.886111 (Marine Air Terminal (main floor interior))
East Elmhurst The Modernist style main floor of the Marine Air Terminal (an exterior landmark and National Registered Historic Place), which contains a mural and circular main room. [62]
3 RKO Keith's Flushing Theater (ground level interior)
RKO Keith's Flushing Theater (ground level interior) The Flushing RKO Keith's grand foyer East stairway.jpg
RKO Keith's Flushing Theater (ground level interior)
February 28, 1984
(#1916)
135-27 to 135-45 Northern Boulevard
40°45′48″N73°49′57″W / 40.763333°N 73.8325°W / 40.763333; -73.8325 (RKO Keith's Flushing Theater (ground level interior))
Flushing Interior space of a Baroque theater built in 1927–1928 for the RKO Pictures chain. [97]
  • Also on the National Register of Historic Places; [15] however, the exterior is not a city landmark.
4 Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A (ground, main, and balcony level interior)
Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A (ground, main, and balcony level interior) Jfkairport.jpg
Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A (ground, main, and balcony level interior)
July 19, 1994
(#1916)
John F. Kennedy International Airport
40°38′45″N73°46′39″W / 40.645833°N 73.7775°W / 40.645833; -73.7775 (Trans World Airlines Flight Center/TWA Terminal A (ground, main, and balcony level interior))
Jamaica The public spaces of the TWA Flight Center (an exterior landmark and National Registered Historic Place), which consists of a central space spanned by a balcony, as well as two passageways called "flight tubes". [91]

Former landmarks

[lower-alpha 2] Landmark nameImageDate listed [lower-alpha 3] Date removedLocationNeighborhoodDescription
1 Grace Episcopal Memorial Hall
Grace Episcopal Church graveyard Jamaica, Queens jeh.jpg
October 26, 2010
(#2394)
January 18, 2011
155-24 90th Avenue
40°42′16″N73°48′05″W / 40.70458°N 73.80146°W / 40.70458; -73.80146
Jamaica Memorial hall built in the Tudor Gothic style in 1912, behind Grace Episcopal Church. [98]
2 Jamaica Savings Bank, Queens Boulevard
Jamaica Savings Bank, Queens Boulevard Queens Blvd and 56th Ave Jul 2020 02.jpg
Jamaica Savings Bank, Queens Boulevard
June 28, 2005
(#2173)
October 20, 2005
89-01 Queens Boulevard
40°44′06″N73°52′26″W / 40.73494°N 73.87395°W / 40.73494; -73.87395 (Jamaica Savings Bank, Queens Boulevard)
Elmhurst Jamaica Savings Bank building with an elongated-saddle roof, built in 1966–1968. [100]
  • The New York City Council voted down landmark status. [101]
3 Loew's Triboro Theater
July 23, 1974
(#0870)
1974
Steinway Street & 28th Avenue
40°45′56″N73°54′49″W / 40.76549°N 73.91369°W / 40.76549; -73.91369
Astoria Neo-Aztec theater constructed in 1930. [102] [103]
4 Sidewalk Clock, 36-34 Main Street
August 25, 1981
(#1175)
1982
36-34 Main Street
40°45′44″N73°49′54″W / 40.76221°N 73.83167°W / 40.76221; -73.83167 (Sidewalk Clock, 36-34 Main Street)
Flushing Classical cast-iron clock made circa 1920 for Henry B. Conovitz. [105]
  • The landmark designation was rescinded and the clock was removed.

See also

Notes

  1. This includes one listing shared with another borough, the Queensboro Bridge (LP-0828). However, a mass listing of Historic Street Lampposts (LP-1961) is not included in this count, because there is a high number of lampposts that are geographically spread out.
  2. 1 2 3 4 Numbers represent an ordering by significant words.
  3. 1 2 3 4 The number below each date is the number assigned to each location by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The landmark designation report can be viewed by clicking the number.

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  31. "Firehouse, Engine Companies 264 & 328/ Ladder Company 134 – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  32. "Firehouse, Engine Company 268 – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  33. "Fire Engine Company 289, Ladder Company 138 – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
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  38. "Flushing Municipal Courthouse / Flushing Town Hall – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  39. "Forest Park Carousel – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  40. "Fort Totten Battery – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  41. "Fort Totten Officers' Club – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  42. "Friends Meeting House – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
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  45. "Hawthorne Court Apartments – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-05.
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  49. "Jamaica Savings Bank (Former) – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-05.
  50. "Jamaica Savings Bank – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-05.
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  56. "Lewis H. Latimer House – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  57. "Lawrence Graveyard – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  58. "Lawrence Family Graveyard – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  59. "Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  60. "Loew's Valencia Theatre – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  61. "Lydia Ann Bell and William Ahles House – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
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  67. "Old Saint James Espicopal [sic] Church (now Old Saint James Parish Hall) – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  68. "Paramount Studios Building No.1 (Kaufman Astoria Studios) – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  69. "Pepsi-Cola Sign – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
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  72. "Public School 66 (Formerly the Brooklyn Hills School, Later the Oxford School, now the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School) – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
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  74. "Queens General Court House – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
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  90. "Suffolk Title and Guarantee Company Building – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-05.
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  92. "The Unisphere – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
  93. "Cornelius Van Wyck House – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  94. "Voelker Orth Museum, Bird Sanctuary and Victorian Garden – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2020-11-06.
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