National Register of Historic Places listings in Kings County, New York
List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Kings County, New York
This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Brooklyn (Kings County), New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1||15th Street – Prospect Park Subway Station (IND)||
|15th St./Prospect Park W and SW
||Brooklyn||Subway station (F G trains); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|2||Fourth Avenue Station (IND)||
|4th Ave. between 9th and 10th Sts.
||Brooklyn||Subway station (F G trains); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|3||68th Police Precinct Station House and Stable||
|4302 4th Ave.
|4||75th Police Precinct Station House||
|484 Liberty Ave.
||East New York|
|5||83rd Precinct Police Station and Stable||
|179 Wilson Ave.
|6||Ninth Avenue Station (Dual System BRT)||
|38th St. and 9th Ave. near the junction of New Utrecht Ave.
||Sunset Park||Subway station (D train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|7||Albemarle-Kenmore Terraces Historic District||
|Albemarle Terrace, Kenmore Terrace , and E. 21st St.
|8||Andrews United Methodist Church||
|95 Richmond St.
||East New York|
|184 Franklin St.
|10||Atlantic Avenue Control House||
|Flatbush and Atlantic Aves.
||Downtown Brooklyn||part of the Interborough Rapid Transit Subway Control Houses TR|
|11||Atlantic Avenue Subway Station (IRT and BMT)||
|Junction of Flatbush Ave. at Atlantic and 4th Aves.
||Downtown Brooklyn||Subway station (2 3 4 5 B D N Q R trains); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|12||Atlantic Avenue Tunnel||
|Below Atlantic Ave. between Boerum Pl. and Columbia St.
|13||Austin, Nichols and Company Warehouse||
|184 Kent Ave.
|14||Avenue U Station (Dual System BRT)||
|Bet. Ave. U and Ave. T and 7th and 8th Sts.
||Gravesend||Subway station (N train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|15||Baptist Temple (Brooklyn, New York)||
|360 Schermerhorn St.
|16||Bay Parkway Station (Dual System BRT)||
|Above Bay Parkway at 86th St.
||Brooklyn||Subway station (D train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|17||Bay Ridge United Methodist Church||
|7002 Fourth St.
||Bay Ridge||Razed October 21, 2008|
|18||Beth El Jewish Center of Flatbush||
|1981 Homecrest Ave.
|19||Beverley Road Subway Station (BRT pre-Dual System)||
|Beverley Rd. at Marlborough Rd.
||Flatbush||Subway station (Q train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|20||Boathouse on the Lullwater of the Lake in Prospect Park||
||Prospect Park (Brooklyn)|
|21||Boerum Hill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Pacific, Wyckoff, Bergen, Nevins, Bond and Hoyt Sts.
|22||Borough Hall Subway Station (IRT)||
|Junction of Joralemon, Court and Adams Sts.
||Downtown Brooklyn||Subway station (4 5 trains); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|23||Boy's High School||
|832 Marcy Ave.
|24||Brooklyn Academy of Music||
|30 Lafayette Ave.
|25||Brooklyn Borough Hall||
|209 Joralemon St.
|Across the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan
|27||Brooklyn Heights Historic District||
|Borough of Brooklyn, bounded by Atlantic Ave., Court and Fulton Sts. and the East River
|28||Brooklyn Historical Society||
|128 Pierrepont St.
|Eastern Parkway and Washington Ave.
|30||Brooklyn Public Library-Central Building||
|Grand Army Plaza
|31||Brooklyn Trust Company Building||
|177 Montague St.
|32||Buildings at 375-379 Flatbush Avenue and 185-187 Sterling Place||
|375-379 Flatbush Ave. and 185-187 Sterling Pl.
|33||Carroll Gardens Historic District||
|Carroll and President Sts. between Smith and Hoyt Sts.
|34||Casemate Fort, Whiting Quadrangle||
|Fort Hamilton, off NY 27
|35||Christ Evangelical English Lutheran Church||
|1084 Lafayette Ave.
|36||Church of the Holy Innocents||
|279 E. 17th St.
|37||Clinton Hill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Willoughby and Grand Aves., Fulton St. and Vanderbilt Ave.
|38||Clinton Hill South Historic District||
|Roughly Lefferts and Brevoort Pl. between Washington Ave. and Bedford Pl.
|39||Cobble Hill Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Atlantic Ave., Court, Degraw and Hicks Sts.
|40||Coney Island Fire Station Pumping Station||
|2301 Neptune Ave.
|41||Coney Island Yard Electric Motor Repair Shop||
|SW corner of Avenue X and Shell Rd.
||Coney Island||part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|42||Coney Island Yard Gatehouse||
|SW corner of Shell Rd. and Avenue X
||Brooklyn||part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|43||Congregation Beth Israel||
|203 E. 37th St.
|44||Congregational Church of the Evangel||
|1950 Bedford Ave.
|45||Congregation Tifereth Israel||
|1320 Eight Ave.
|46||William B. Cronyn House||
|271 9th St.
|47||Cuyler Presbyterian Church||
|358-360 Pacific St.
|48||Cyclone Roller Coaster||
|834 Surf Ave. at W. 10th St.
|49||Cypress Avenue West Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by St. Nicholas and Seneca Aves., Linden and Stockholm Sts.
||New York||part of the Ridgewood MRA|
|50||Cypress Hills National Cemetery||
|625 Jamaica Ave.
||Brooklyn||part of the Civil War Era National Cemeteries MPS|
|51||Ditmas Park Historic District||
|Bounded by Marlborough Rd., Dorchester, Ocean, and Newkirk Aves.
|52||DUMBO Industrial District||
|Roughly bounded by Main and Washington Sts, East River, John St., Bridge and Jay Sts., and Front and York Sts.
|53||East Midwood Jewish Center||
|1625 Ocean Ave.
|Eastern Pkwy from Grand Army Plaza to Ralph Ave.
|55||Eighth Avenue (14th Brooklyn Regiment) Armory||
|1402 Eighth Ave.
||Park Slope||Former home of 14th Brooklyn Regiment; part of the Army National Guard Armories in New York State MPS|
|56||Emmanuel Baptist Church||
|279 LaFayette Ave.
|57||Erasmus Hall Academy||
|Between Flatbush, Bedford, Church, and Snyder Aves.
|1629 Bushwick Ave.
|59||Federal Building and Post Office||
|271 Cadman Plaza, E.
|159 Carlton Ave.
|61||Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church Complex||
|890 Flatbush Ave. and 2101-2103 Kenmore Terr.
|62||Flatbush Town Hall||
|35 Snyder Ave.
|63||Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church||
|Kings Hwy. and E. 40th St.
|64||Floyd Bennett Field Historic District||
|65||Fort Greene Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Ft. Greene Pl., Fulton St., Vanderbilt and Myrtle Aves.; also roughly bounded by Ashland Pl., DeKalb Ave., Hanson Pl., and Oxford St., Adelphi St., Vanderbilt and Myrtle Aves.
||Fort Greene||Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of September 7, 1984|
|66||Friends Meetinghouse and School||
|110 Schermerhorn St.
|67||Fulton Ferry District||
|Roughly bounded by the East River and Washington, Water, Front, and Doughty Sts.
|68||Gage and Tollner Restaurant||
|372 Fulton St.
|Prospect Park near Parkside Ave.
|500 25th Street
|71||Greenpoint Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Kent, Calyer, Noble, and Franklin Sts., Clifford Pl. and Manhattan Ave.
|72||Hanson Place Seventh Day Adventist Church||
|88 Hanson Pl.
|73||Holy Trinity Church (Protestant Episcopal)||
|157 Montague St.
|74||Houses at 216-264 Ovington Ave.||
|216-264 Ovington Ave.
|2138 McDonald Ave.
|76||Hunterfly Road Historic District||
|1698, 1700, 1702, 1704, 1706, 1708 Bergen St.
|77||Immanuel Congregational Church||
|461 Decatur St.
|78||Industrial Complex at 221 McKibbin Street||
|221 McKibbin St.
|79||Jewish Center of Coney Island||
|2915 Ocean Pkwy.
||Brooklyn||First synagogue serving newly established Jewish community in Brighton Beach, built ca. 1930, uses unique combination of Renaissance Revival and Semitic architectural styles.|
|80||Jewish Center of Kings Highway||
|1202-1218 Ave. P
|81||Kings County Savings Bank||
|82||Kingsway Jewish Center||
|2810 Nostrand Ave.
|92 Herkimer St.
|84||Knickerbocker Field Club||
|114 E. 18th St.
||Prospect Park South||Destroyed by fire in 1988, building pictured is the modern replacement.|
|85||Kol Israel Synagogue||
|603 St. John's Place
|86||Lefferts Manor Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Lincoln Rd., Fenimore St., Rogers Ave. and Flatbush Ave.
||Prospect Lefferts Gardens|
|136 Clinton St.
|65 Putnam Ave.
|Prospect Park W. and 5th St.
|90||Loew's Kings Theatre||
|1027 Flatbush Ave
||Flatbush||1929 Rapp and Rapp theater, unusually spacious for the area, closed in 1977. Sylvester Stallone once worked as an usher.|
|91||Hendrick I. Lott House||
|1940 E. 36th St.
|92||Magen David Synagogue||
|2017 67th St.
|Spans East River between Front and Canal St.
|94||MARY A. WHALEN (tanker)||
|Pier 9B, Red Hook Container Terminal
||Red Hook||Tanker that shipped oil along East Coast; at center of United States v. Reliable Transfer Co., seminal decision in maritime law|
|95||Monsignor McGolrick Park and Shelter Pavilion||
|Bounded by Nassau and Driggs Aves., Russell and Monitor Sts.
|96||New England Congregational Church and Rectory||
|177-179 S. 9th St.
|97||New Lots Reformed Church and Cemetery||
|630 New Lots Ave.
|98||New Utrecht Avenue Station (Dual System BRT)||
|Beneath the junction of New Utrecht Ave. with 15th Ave. and 62nd St.
||Brooklyn||Subway station (N train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|99||New Utrecht Reformed Church and Buildings||
|18th Ave. and 83rd St.; also 8523 16th Ave.
||New Utrecht||16th Ave. represents a boundary increase of March 5, 2001, the "New Utrecht Reformed Church Complex"|
|100||New York Congregational Home for the Aged||
|123 Linden Blvd.
|From Church Ave. to Seabreeze Ave.
|102||Ocean Parkway Jewish Center||
|550 Ocean Pkwy.
|103||Ocean Parkway Station (Dual System BRT)||
|Above the junction of Brighton Beach Ave. and Ocean Pkwy
||Brighton Beach||Subway station (Q train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|104||Old Brooklyn Fire Headquarters||
|365-367 Jay St.
|105||Old First Reformed Church (Brooklyn, New York)||
|729 Carroll St.
|106||Old Gravesend Cemetery||
|Gravesend Neck Rd. and MacDonald Ave.
|107||The Old Stone House of Brooklyn||
|3rd St. at 5th Ave.
|109||Park Slope Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Prospect Park West, Berkeley Pl., 15th St., 6th, 7th and Flatbush Aves.
|1768 St. John's Pl.
|111||Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims||
|75 Hicks St.
|112||Pratt Institute Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Hall St., Dekalb Ave., Willoughby St. and Emerson Pl.
|263 Prospect Ave.
|114||Prospect Heights Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Pacific and Bergen Sts., Flatbush and Vanderbilt Aves., and Park Pl.
|Bounded by Parkside, Ocean and Flatbush Aves., Prospect Park W. and Prospect SW.
|116||Prospect Park South Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by BMT RR Tracks, Beverly Rd., and Coney Island and Church Aves.
|117||Public Bath No. 7||
|227-231 Fourth Ave.
|118||Public School 108||
|200 Lindwood St.
|119||Public School 111 and Public School 9 Annex||
|249 Sterling Place and 251 Sterling Place
|120||Public School 39||
|417 6th Ave.
|121||Public School 65K||
|158 Richmond St.
||Cypress Hills, Brooklyn|
|122||Public School 7||
|131-143 York St.
|123||Public School 71K||
|119 Heyward St.
|U.S. Naval Facility
||Brooklyn Navy Yard|
|125||John Rankin House||
|440 Clinton St.
|480 Nostrand Ave.
|127||John Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson House||
|5224 Tilden St.
|128||Rockwood Chocolate Factory Historic District||
|54-88 Washington, 13-53 Waverly, and 255-275 Park Aves.
|129||Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord||
|228 N. 12th St.
|1135 84th St.
|131||Senator Street Historic District||
|318-370 and 317-347 Senator St.
|132||Shaari Zedek Synagogue||
|767 Putnam Ave.
|133||South Bushwick Reformed Protestant Dutch Church Complex||
|855-857 Bushwick Ave.
|134||South Congregational Church||
|President and Court Sts.
|135||St. Bartholomew's Protestant Episcopal Church and Rectory||
|1227 Pacific St.
|136||St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church||
|800 Marcy Ave.
|137||St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church||
|520 Clinton Ave.
|138||St. Mary's Episcopal Church||
|230 Classon Ave.
|139||St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church||
|199 Carroll St.
|140||State Street Houses||
|291-299 (odd), 290-324 (even) State St.
|1640 E. 48th St.
|142||Storehouse No. 2, U.S. Navy Fleet Supply Base||
|850 3rd Ave.
||Sunset Park||One of two remaining such facilities from base built for World War I.|
|143||Stuyvesant Heights Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Macon, Tompkins, Decatur, Lewis, Chauncey, and Stuyvesant; also roughly, Decatur St. from Tompkins to Lewis Aves.
||Bedford-Stuyvesant||Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase of November 15, 1996|
|3046 Fulton St. bet. Essex St. and Shepherd Ave.
||East New York||part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|145||Sunset Park Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Fourth Ave., Thirty-eighth St., Seventh Ave. and Sixty-fourth St.
|146||Temple Beth El of Borough Park||
|4802 15th Ave.
|147||Twenty third Regiment Armory||
|1322 Bedford Ave.
||Crown Heights, Brooklyn|
|148||U.S. Army Military Ocean Terminal||
|58th-65th St. and 2nd Ave.
|149||US Post Office-Flatbush Station||
|2273 Church Ave.
||Flatbush||part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR|
|150||US Post Office-Kensington||
|421 McDonald Ave.
||Kensington||part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR|
|151||US Post Office-Metropolitan Station||
|47 Debevoise St.
||Williamsburg||part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR|
|152||US Post Office-Parkville Station||
|6618 20th Ave.
||Bensonhurst||part of the US Post Offices in New York State, 1858-1943, TR|
|153||Joost Van Nuyse House||
|1128 E. 34th St.
|154||Wallabout Historic District||
|73-83 & 123-141 Cleremont Ave.; 74-148 & 75-143 Clinton Ave.; 381-387, 403-421 & 455-461 Myrtle Ave.; 74-132 & 69-149 Vanderbilt Ave.
||Wallabout||Surviving frame houses from 17th century; one of oldest areas of borough.|
|155||Wallabout Industrial Historic District||
|Clinton, Flushing, Grand, Park, Washington, & Waverly Aves., Hall, & Ryerson Sts.
|157||Williamsburgh Savings Bank||
|158||Willoughby-Suydam Historic District||
|Suydam St., Willoughby, St. Nicholas, and Wyckoff Aves.
||Brooklyn||part of the Ridgewood MRA|
|159||Wilson Avenue Subway Station (Dual System BMT)||
|Chauncey St. at Wilson Ave.
||Bushwick||Subway station (L train); part of the New York City Subway System MPS|
|160||Pieter Wyckoff House||
|5902 Canarsie Lane
|1669 E. 22nd St.
|162||Young Israel of Flatbush||
|1012 Avenue I
- Statewide: National Register of Historic Places listings in New York
- Citywide: Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx
- List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Brooklyn
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to National Register of Historic Places in Brooklyn.|
- The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 4, 2014.
- Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
- The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
- Pogrebin, Robin (2008-11-30). "Houses of Worship Choosing to Avoid Landmark Status". The New York Times Company. Retrieved 2 December 2008.