List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Staten Island

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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 Staten Island contains numerous landmarks designated by the LPC, several interior landmarks and historic districts. The following is an incomplete list. 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 1] Landmark nameImageDate listed [lower-alpha 2] LocationNeighborhoodDescription
1 New York City Farm Colony-Seaview Hospital Historic District
New York City Farm Colony-Seaview Hospital Historic District Seaview Hospital 16 (4086945651).jpg
New York City Farm Colony-Seaview Hospital Historic District
March 26, 1985
(#1408)
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40°35′35″N74°08′11″W / 40.5930°N 74.1363°W / 40.5930; -74.1363 (New York City Farm Colony-Seaview Hospital Historic District)
Willowbrook A district composed of structures from the New York City Farm Colony, a poorhouse created in 1902, and the Seaview Hospital, a tuberculosis treatment center erected between 1913 and 1938. [1]
  • The Seaview Hospital complex is also a U.S. historic district.
2 St. George/New Brighton Historic District
July 19, 1994
(#1883)
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40°38′49″N74°05′05″W / 40.64686°N 74.08472°W / 40.64686; -74.08472 (St. George/New Brighton Historic District)
St. George, New Brighton A collection of Shingle, Colonial Revival and Italianate houses built during the 19th century, facing New York Harbor. [2]
3 St. Paul's Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District
June 22, 2004
(#2147)
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40°37′49″N74°04′54″W / 40.63040°N 74.08168°W / 40.63040; -74.08168 (St. Paul's Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District)
Stapleton Heights A collection of standalone wood-frame houses from the 19th and 20th centuries in various styles. [3]

Individual landmarks

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Landmark NameImageDate Designated
1 Pendleton Place House North Facade of One Pendleton Place.jpg March 14, 2006
120th Police Precinct Station House (66th Police Precinct Station House and Headquarters) 120 Precinct Richmond Terrace jeh.jpg June 27, 2000
121 Herberton Avenue House 121 Herberton.jpg December 17, 2002
2876 Richmond Terrace House (Stephen D. Barnes House) 40°38′12″N74°9′22″W / 40.63667°N 74.15611°W / 40.63667; -74.15611 July 13, 1976
29 Cottage Place House 40°38′11″N74°07′49″W / 40.6363°N 74.1304°W / 40.6363; -74.1304 October 25, 2011
33-37 Belair Road House (Woodland Cottage) 40°36′40″N74°3′55.7″W / 40.61111°N 74.065472°W / 40.61111; -74.065472 October 12, 1982
364 Van Duzer Street House 364 Van Duzer Street Staten Island, NY.jpg December 18, 1973
390 Van Duzer Street House 390 Van Duzer Street Staten Island, NY.jpg December 18, 1973
411 Westervelt Avenue House, Horton's Row Horton's Row - Staten Island 03.JPG September 15, 2009
413 Westervelt Avenue House, Horton's Row Horton's Row - Staten Island 04.JPG September 15, 2009
415 Westervelt Avenue House, Horton's Row Horton's Row - Staten Island 05.JPG September 15, 2009
417 Westervelt Avenue House, Horton's Row Horton's Row - Staten Island 01.JPG September 15, 2009
565 and 569 Bloomingdale Road Cottages 565 and 569 Bloomingdale Road Cottages - Sandy Ground - Staten Island.JPG February 1, 2011
5910 Amboy Road (Abraham J. Wood House) 40°31′32″N74°12′16.5″W / 40.52556°N 74.204583°W / 40.52556; -74.204583 March 19, 1974
710 Bay Street House (Boardman-Mitchell House) BOARDMAN-MITCHELL HOUSE, STAPLETON, RICHMOND COUNTY, NY.jpg October 12, 1982
92 Harrison Street House June 28, 2016

A-M

Landmark NameImageDate Designated
Aakawaxung Munahanung (Island Protected from the Wind) Archaeological Site June 22, 2021
Mark W. Allen House, 665 Clove RoadJune 13, 2006
Alice Austen House Alice Austen House.jpg November 9, 1971
Asbury Methodist Church, 1970 Richmond Avenue 40°35′58.5″N74°9′47″W / 40.599583°N 74.16306°W / 40.599583; -74.16306 March 19, 1968
Audre Lorde Residence June 18, 2019
Basketmaker's Shop (Morgan House), Historic Richmond TownAugust 26, 1969
Battery Weed Battery Weed jeh.JPG October 12, 1967
James L. and Lucinda Bedell House April 12, 2005
Bennett House, Historic Richmond TownAugust 26, 1969
Henry Hogg Biddle House May 1, 1990
Billiou-Stillwell-Perine House Perine-house.JPG February 28, 1967
Boehm-Frost House, Historic Richmond Town Boehmhouseback.JPG August 26, 1969
Brighton Heights Reformed Church Brighton Heights Reformed Ch SI jeh.JPG October 12, 1967
Brougham Cottage (47-46 Amboy Road)December 13, 2016
Mary and David Burgher House, William StreetJanuary 12, 2010
Christ Church Complex Christ Church New Brighton back sunny jeh.jpg August 10, 2010
Christopher House, Historic Richmond Town Chishouse.jpg December 13, 1967
Church of St. Andrew, Old Mill Rd & Arthur Kill Rd, Historic Richmond Town CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW.jpg November 15, 1967
Reverend Isaac Coleman and Rebecca Gray Coleman House Reverend Isaac Coleman and Rebecca Gray Coleman House - Sandy Ground - Staten Island.JPG February 1, 2011
Conference House Conference-house-staten-island.jpg February 28, 1967
Cooper's Shop (Egbert-Finley House) August 26, 1969
County Clerk's and Surrogate's Offices (Museum), Historic Richmond TownAugust 26, 1969
The Crimson Beech (Cass House) Crimson Beech Partial Front View.jpg August 14, 1990
Cubberly-Britton Cottage Brittoncottage.jpg November 9, 1976
George Cunningham Store July 15, 2008
Curtis High School Curtis high.jpg October 12, 1982
George William and Anna Curtis House, 234 Bard AvenueJune 28, 2016
Sylvanus Decker Farm, 435 Richmond Hill Rd, Historic Richmond TownDecember 13, 1967
John De Groot House June 28, 2005
Theodore F. and Elizabeth J. De Hart House May 16, 2006
Edgewater Village Hall Edgewater Village Hall SI jeh.jpg July 30, 1968
Edwards-Barton House June 26, 2001
Dr. Samuel MacKenzie Elliott House, 69 Delafield Pl, West New Brighton Dr. Samuel MacKenzie House 69 Delafield Place, Staten Island, NY.jpg April 12, 1967
John H. and Elizabeth J. Elsworth House January 13, 2009
Ernest Flagg's Todt Hill Cottages: Bowcot February 10, 1987
Ernest Flagg's Todt Hill Cottages: McCall's Demonstration House February 10, 1987
Ernest Flagg's Todt Hill Cottages: Wallcot February 10, 1987
Fort Tompkins September 24, 1974
Frederick Law Olmsted House
Gardiner-Tyler House Gardner Tyler House 27 Tyler Street, Staten Island, NY.jpg May 12, 1967
Garibaldi Memorial Garibaldi meucci house 2008 07 20.jpg May 25, 1967
Gillett-Tyler House October 30, 2007
Grocery Store (Eltingville Store), Historic Richmond Town 40°34′17″N74°08′44″W / 40.5715°N 74.1456°W / 40.5715; -74.1456 (Eltingville Store) August 26, 1969
Guyon-Lake-Tysen House, Historic Richmond Town Guyon-Lake-Tyson.jpg August 26, 1969
Hamilton Park Cottage October 13, 1970
Headquarters Troop, 51st Cavalry Brigade Armory August 10, 2010
Housman House PETER HOUSEMAN HOUSE, WESTERLEIGH, RICHMOND COUNTY, NY.jpg October 13, 1970
Kreischer House, 4500 Arthur Kill Road Kreischer House uncut jeh.jpg February 20, 1968
Kreischerville Workers' Houses, 71-73 Kreischer Street Staten Island Landmarks 130.JPG July 26, 1994
Kreischerville Workers' Houses, 75-77 Kreischer Street Staten Island Landmarks 129.JPG July 26, 1994
Kreischerville Workers' Houses, 81-83 Kreischer Street Staten Island Landmarks 129.JPG July 26, 1994
Kreischerville Workers' Houses, 85-87 Kreischer Street Staten Island Landmarks 137.JPG July 26, 1994
Kreuzer-Pelton House Kreuzer-pelton.jpg August 24, 1967
Latourette House LaTourette House, Staten Island, NY.jpg July 30, 1968
McFarlane-Bredt House (New York Yacht Club) October 12, 1982
Manee-Seguine Homestead Maneeseguine5.jpg September 11, 1984
Gustave A. Mayer House March 21, 1989
Moore-McMillen House (Rectory of the Church of St. Andrew), Historic Richmond Town MOORE-MCMILLEN HOUSE, STATEN ISLAND, RICHMOND COUNTY, NY.jpg August 24, 1967

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Landmark NameImageDate Designated
Neville House ("Old Stone Jug") or Neville-Tysen House, 806 Richmond TerraceNovember 15, 1967
New Dorp Light Newdorp.JPG November 15, 1967
New York Public Library, Port Richmond Branch The Public Library, Port Richmond, Staten Island (NYPL b15279351-104857).tiff October 13, 1998
New York Public Library, Tottenville Branch Tottenville NYPL jeh.JPG May 16, 1995
Old Administration Building (Third District U.S. Lighthouse Depot) U.S. Coast Guard Station Office Building and Lighthouse Depot Complex Staten Island 01.jpg November 25, 1980
Frederick Law Olmsted House February 25, 1967
Parsonage, The August 26, 1969
W.S. Pendleton House, 22 Pendleton Pl 22 pendleton place.JPG March 4, 1969
Poillon House Akerly.JPG February 28, 1967
Poillon-Seguine-Britton House August 25, 1981
Prince's Bay Lighthouse Complex Light house, Prince's Bay, Staten Island.jpg June 28, 2016
Pritchard House March 19, 1968
Public School 15 (Daniel D. Tompkins School) (Staten Island Area Office, Office of Building Services, Division of School Facilities, New York City Board of Education) November 19, 1996
Public School 20 Annex, 160 Heberton AveMarch 22, 1988
Public School 28 (Former), 276 Center StSeptember 15, 1998
Reformed Church of Huguenot Park November 20, 1990
Reformed Church on Staten Island, Sunday School Building, and Cemetery Reform.JPG March 23, 2010
H.H. Richardson House March 30, 2004
Richmond County Courthouse Richmond County Court St George jeh.jpg March 23, 1982
Rossville A.M.E. Zion Church, 584 Bloomingdale Rd Rossville A.M.E. Zion Church - Sandy Ground - Staten Island.JPG February 1, 2011
Rossville A.M.E. Zion Church Cemetery Rossville AME Zion Church Cemetery - Staten Island - August 2015 - 06.JPG April 9, 1985
Rutan-Journeay House, 7647 Amboy RdMarch 24, 2009
Building A, Sailors' Snug Harbor SH 1000A front jeh.jpg October 14, 1965
Building B, Sailors' Snug Harbor SH 1000B front jeh.jpg October 14, 1965
Building C, Sailors' Snug Harbor SH 1000C east jeh.jpg October 14, 1965
Building D, Sailors' Snug Harbor SH 1000D front jeh.jpg October 14, 1965
Building E, Sailors' Snug Harbor Sailors-snug-harbor.jpg October 14, 1965
Chapel, Sailors' Snug Harbor Veteran Hall SSH jeh.jpg October 14, 1965
Gatehouse on Richmond Terrace, Sailors' Snug Harbor May 15, 1973
Iron Fence at Sailors' Snug Harbor May 15, 1973
St. Alban's Episcopal Church (Church of the Holy Comforter) St-albans-staten-island.JPG September 9, 1980
St. John's Church February 19, 1974
St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church Rectory, 1333 Bay StJune 28, 2016
St. Patrick's Church February 20, 1968
St. Paul's Memorial Church and Rectory St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Staten Island jeh.jpg July 22, 1975
St. Peter's German Evangelical Church at Kreischerville (Free Magyar Reformed Church), Parish Hall and Rectory July 26, 1994
August and Augusta Schoverling House, 344 Westervelt Ave August and Augusta Schoverling House - 344 Westervelt Avenue - Staten Island - 01.JPG January 30, 2001
Scott-Edwards House Scott-edwars2.jpg August 24, 1967
Seaman Cottage December 13, 2005
Seaman's Retreat: Main Building April 9, 1985
Seaman's Retreat: Physician-in-Chief's Residence April 9, 1985
Seguine House Seguine-burke-mansion.JPG May 25, 1967
Sleight Family Graveyard January 17, 1968
Dorothy Valentine Smith House October 6, 1987
Standard Varnish Works Factory Office Building, 2589 Richmond TerrOctober 30, 2007
Staten Island Borough Hall SI Boro Hall jeh.JPG March 23, 1982
Staten Island Family Courthouse (Staten Island Children's Courthouse), 100 Richmond TerrJanuary 30, 2001
Staten Island Lighthouse Statenisland.JPG January 17, 1968
Staten Island Savings Bank Building SI Savings Bank Water St jeh.jpg September 19, 2006
Stephens House and General Store, Historic Richmond Town Stevensblack.jpg August 26, 1969
Stephens-Prier House May 25, 1999
Louis A. and Laura Stirn House, 79 Howard Ave, Grymes Hill LOUIS A AND LAURA STIRN HOUSE, STAPLETON, RICHMOND COUNTY, NY.jpg January 30, 2001
Third County Courthouse Richmond County, New York former courthouse.jpg August 26, 1969
Tompkinsville (Joseph H. Lyons) Pool 40°38′14″N74°4′28″W / 40.63722°N 74.07444°W / 40.63722; -74.07444 September 16, 2008
Treasure House, Historic Richmond Town Treasurehouse.jpg August 26, 1969
Van Pelt-Rezeau Cemetery, Tysen Ct, Historic Richmond TownAugust 26, 1969
John King Vanderbilt House, 1197 Clove Rd 40°37′2″N74°6′14″W / 40.61722°N 74.10389°W / 40.61722; -74.10389 October 6, 1987
Vanderbilt Mausoleum Vanderbilt Mausoleum (edit).jpg April 12, 2016
Vanderzee-Harper House, The, 327 Westervelt Ave Vanderzee-Harper House - 327 Westervelt Avenue - Staten Island.JPG November 17, 2009
Voorlezer's House, Historic Richmond Town Vorleezer-house.jpg August 26, 1969
Caleb T. Ward Mansion Caleb t ward mansion.jpg August 22, 1978
Westfield Township District School No. 5/Public School 1 Annex, Yetman Ave Tottenville PS 1 jeh.JPG May 16, 1995
Westfield Township District School No. 7/Public School No. 4, 4210-4212 Arthur Kill Rd 40°32′23″N74°14′14″W / 40.53972°N 74.23722°W / 40.53972; -74.23722 May 16, 1995
Woodrow Methodist Church Woodrow U Meth Ch Huguenot jeh.JPG November 15, 1967
Nathaniel J. and Ann C. Wyeth House May 15, 2007

Interior Landmarks

Landmark NameImageDate Designated
Lane Theater, First Floor Interior November 1, 1988
Sailors' Snug Harbor – Building "C" Interior, First Floor Interior October 12, 1982
Sailors' Snug Harbor – Chapel, First Floor Interior October 12, 1982
Tompkinsville (Joseph H. Lyons) Pool Bath House, First Floor Interior September 16, 2008

See also

Notes

  1. Numbers represent an ordering by significant words.
  2. 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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References

  1. "New York City Farm Colony – Seaview Hospital Historic District – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2021-05-10.
  2. "St. George/New Brighton Historic District – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2021-05-10.
  3. "St. Paul's Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District – HDC". hdc.org. Retrieved 2021-05-10.