National Register of Historic Places listings in metropolitan San Juan, Puerto Rico

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This portion of National Register of Historic Places listings in Puerto Rico covers the San Juan metropolitan area of Puerto Rico.

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Names of places given are as appear in the National Register, reflecting name as given in NRHP application at the date of listing. Note, the National Register name system does not accommodate Spanish á, ñ and other letters.

San Juan metro area municipalities[edit]

Bayamón[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Casa Dr. Agustin Stahl Stamm Upload image
February 4, 2011
(#10001216)
14 Jose Marti St.
Bayamón vicinity
2 Casa Natal Dr. José Celso Barbosa
Casa Natal Dr. José Celso Barbosa
August 24, 1984
(#84003156)
13 Barbosa St.
18°24′1″N 66°9′21″W / 18.40028°N 66.15583°W / 18.40028; -66.15583 (Casa Natal Dr. Jose Celso Barbosa)

Bayamón House from 1850
3 Church Santa Cruz of Bayamón
Church Santa Cruz of Bayamón
September 18, 1984
(#84003162)
Plaza de Hostos
18°24′2″N 66°9′22″W / 18.40056°N 66.15611°W / 18.40056; -66.15611 (Church Santa Cruz of Bayamón)

Bayamón Church from 1772
4 Farmacia Serra Upload image
May 4, 1989
(#88000685)
Degetau No. 11
18°24′6″N 66°9′18″W / 18.40167°N 66.15500°W / 18.40167; -66.15500 (Farmacia Serra)

Bayamón
5 Marques de la Serna Bridge Upload image
July 19, 1995
(#95000850)
Near Bayamón
18°24′17″N 66°9′21″W / 18.40472°N 66.15583°W / 18.40472; -66.15583 (Marques de la Serna Bridge)

Bayamón A rolled iron segmented arch bridge
6 Plata Bridge Upload image
July 19, 1995
(#95000849)
18°18′19″N 66°12′42″W / 18.30528°N 66.21167°W / 18.30528; -66.21167 (Plata Bridge)
Naranjito A Parker truss bridge, listed in Naranjito and Bayamón municipalities
7 Puerto Rico National Cemetery
Puerto Rico National Cemetery
September 26, 1983
(#83002298)
PR 168
18°24′56″N 66°10′15″W / 18.41556°N 66.17083°W / 18.41556; -66.17083 (Puerto Rico National Cemetery)

Bayamón The only U.S. national cemetery outside of mainland U.S., established 1948

Carolina[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Church of San Fernando of Carolina
Church of San Fernando of Carolina
September 18, 1984
(#84003160)
Munoz Rivera St., Town Plaza
18°22′59″N 65°57′24″W / 18.38306°N 65.95667°W / 18.38306; -65.95667 (__)

Carolina Church from 1860
2 Edificio Alcaldia Upload image
December 28, 1983
(#83004197)
Calle Ignacio Arzuaga, Esq. De Diego
18°22′59″N 65°57′28″W / 18.38306°N 65.95778°W / 18.38306; -65.95778 (Edificio Alcaldia)

Carolina From 1927, designed by Rafael Carmoega
3 Quebrada Maracuto Upload image
August 27, 2004
(#04000909)
Vic. of Carolina
Carolina

Cataño[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Bacardi Distillery
Bacardi Distillery
August 6, 2010
(#10000524)
Road 165, kilometer 2.6, intersection Puerto Rico Highway 888, Bay View Industrial Park
18°27′31″N 66°08′29″W / 18.45875°N 66.141389°W / 18.45875; -66.141389 (Bacardi Distillery)
Cataño vicinity

Guaynabo[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Caparra Archaeological Site
Caparra Archaeological Site
February 28, 1984
(#84003155)

Guaynabo Site of original, 1508 Spanish settlement in Puerto Rico
2 Iglesia Parroquial de San Pedro Mártir de Guaynabo Upload image
September 8, 1976
(#76002250)
Plaza de Recreo
18°21′30″N 66°06′30″W / 18.358333°N 66.108333°W / 18.358333; -66.108333 (Iglesia Parroquial de San Pedro Mártir de Guaynabo)
Guaynabo
3 Oficina de Telegrafo y Telefono Upload image
July 3, 2012
(#12000396)
1729 Jose E. Carazo
Guaynabo

San Juan[edit]

The following list is organized first by neighborhood/district, and then alphabetically by first significant word. It is sortable into other orders.

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium
Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium
January 22, 2014
(#13001118)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Ave.
18°25′00″N 66°04′23″W / 18.416667°N 66.073056°W / 18.416667; -66.073056 (Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium)
Hato Rey
2 House at 659 Concordia Street
House at 659 Concordia Street
October 18, 1991
(#91001501)
659 Concordia St.
18°27′15″N 66°04′58″W / 18.454167°N 66.082778°W / 18.454167; -66.082778 (House at 659 Concordia Street)
Miramar Mission/Spanish Revival house from 1935, designed by Joseph O'Kelly
3 House at 659 La Paz Street
House at 659 La Paz Street
October 18, 1991
(#91002007)
659 La Paz St.
18°27′17″N 66°05′00″W / 18.454722°N 66.083333°W / 18.454722; -66.083333 (House at 659 La Paz Street)
Miramar Mission/Spanish Revival house from 1928, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
4 House at 663 La Paz Street
House at 663 La Paz Street
October 18, 1991
(#91001500)
663 La Paz St.
18°27′27″N 66°05′00″W / 18.4575°N 66.083333°W / 18.4575; -66.083333 (House at 663 La Paz Street)
Miramar Another Mission/Spanish Revival house designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
5 House at 665 McKinley Street
House at 665 McKinley Street
October 19, 1991
(#91001502)
665 McKinley St.
18°27′25″N 66°05′04″W / 18.456944°N 66.084444°W / 18.456944; -66.084444 (House at 665 McKinley Street)
Miramar Vernacular Spanish Creole house from 1906
6 US Post Office and Courthouse
US Post Office and Courthouse
March 28, 1988
(#87000694)
Block bounded by Calle San Justo, Calle Tanca, Calle Commercio, and Calle Recinto Sur
18°27′47″N 66°06′55″W / 18.463056°N 66.115278°W / 18.463056; -66.115278 (US Post Office and Courthouse)
Old San Juan From 1914, designed by Oscar Wenderoth
7 Biblioteca Carnegie Upload image
October 20, 1983
(#83004196)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°28′06″N 66°06′34″W / 18.468333°N 66.109444°W / 18.468333; -66.109444 (Biblioteca Carnegie)
Puerta de Tierra Classical Revival building from 1915
8 School of Tropical Medicine (Escuela de Medicina tropical)
School of Tropical Medicine (Escuela de Medicina tropical)
September 29, 1983
(#83002297)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°28′12″N 66°06′25″W / 18.47°N 66.106944°W / 18.47; -66.106944 (School of Tropical Medicine (Escuela de Medicina tropical))
Puerta de Tierra Neo-Plateresque building from 1920
9 Río Piedras State Penitentiary
Río Piedras State Penitentiary
March 7, 2003
(#03000100)
South of PR 21
18°23′16″N 66°04′11″W / 18.3878°N 66.069764°W / 18.3878; -66.069764 (Río Piedras State Penitentiary)
Río Piedras Built 1933, closed 2004
10 Rum Pilot Plant Upload image
July 26, 2010
(#10000501)
State Rd #1, Estacion Experimental Agricola, Rio Piedras
18°23′20″N 66°03′16″W / 18.388889°N 66.054444°W / 18.388889; -66.054444 (Rum Pilot Plant)
Río Piedras
11 University of Puerto Rico Tower and Quadrangle
University of Puerto Rico Tower and Quadrangle
May 17, 1984
(#84003174)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°24′17″N 66°02′58″W / 18.404722°N 66.049444°W / 18.404722; -66.049444 (University of Puerto Rico Tower and Quadrangle)
Río Piedras Tower and quadrangle from 1935, designed by Rafael Carmoega
12 Acueducto de San Juan Upload image
June 21, 2007
(#07000585)
Flamboyant St.
San Juan From 1846. Rio Piedras filtration plant, etc.
13 Antiguo Casino de Puerto Rico
Antiguo Casino de Puerto Rico
September 22, 1977
(#77001554)
Avenida Ponce de León 1
18°28′05″N 66°06′41″W / 18.468056°N 66.111389°W / 18.468056; -66.111389 (Antiguo Casino de Puerto Rico)
San Juan Beaux Arts building from 1917
14 Carcel de Puerta de Tierra Upload image
August 11, 1976
(#76002253)
Avenida Ponce de Leon, Parada 8, Puerta de Tierra
18°27′45″N 66°05′40″W / 18.4625°N 66.094444°W / 18.4625; -66.094444 (Carcel de Puerta de Tierra)
San Juan Spanish Neo-classical building from 1887
15 Casa Dra. Concha Melendez Ramirez Upload image
June 30, 2011
(#11000414)
1400 Vila Mayo
18°27′10″N 66°04′03″W / 18.452778°N 66.0675°W / 18.452778; -66.0675 (Casa Dra. Concha Melendez Ramirez)
San Juan
16 Casa Klumb Upload image
November 14, 1997
(#97001307)
#1 Ramón B. López St.
18°24′05″N 66°02′07″W / 18.401389°N 66.035278°W / 18.401389; -66.035278 (Casa Klumb)
San Juan Modern Movement home from 1947 designed by Henry Klumb
17 Casa de España
Casa de España
July 5, 1983
(#83002294)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°28′10″N 66°06′28″W / 18.469444°N 66.107778°W / 18.469444; -66.107778 (Casa de España)
San Juan Exotic / Moorish Revival house from 1932, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
18 Colegio de las Madres del Sagrado Corazon Upload image
November 25, 1985
(#85002908)
Ponce de Leon Ave.
18°27′23″N 66°04′46″W / 18.456389°N 66.079444°W / 18.456389; -66.079444 (Colegio de las Madres del Sagrado Corazon)
San Juan From 1880
19 Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
November 25, 2005
(#08001110)
1055 Ashford Ave.
18°27′31″N 66°04′33″W / 18.458611°N 66.075833°W / 18.458611; -66.075833 (Condado Vanderbilt Hotel)
San Juan Mission/Spanish Revival style hotel from 1919
20 Edificio Aboy Upload image
September 28, 2001
(#01001069)
603 Aboy St.
18°27′22″N 66°04′53″W / 18.456111°N 66.081389°W / 18.456111; -66.081389 (Edificio Aboy)
San Juan Art Deco building from 1937, also known as Le Faro, designed by Jorge Julia Pasarell
21 Edificio Patio Espanol
Edificio Patio Espanol
February 18, 2005
(#05000061)
153 Cruz St.
18°28′04″N 66°07′03″W / 18.467778°N 66.1175°W / 18.467778; -66.1175 (Edificio Patio Espanol)
San Juan Mission/Spanish Revival, Eclectic building from 1937, also known as La Filarmonica, designed by Eduardo Fossas López
22 Edificio Victory Garden
Edificio Victory Garden
October 13, 2004
(#04001149)
1001 Ponce de León Ave., corner of Elisa Colberg St.
18°27′15″N 66°04′46″W / 18.454167°N 66.079444°W / 18.454167; -66.079444 (Edificio Victory Garden)
San Juan Mission/Spanish Revival building from 1936, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
23 Edificio del Valle
Edificio del Valle
November 20, 2004
(#04001243)
1118 Ponce de Leon Ave.
18°27′11″N 66°04′32″W / 18.453056°N 66.075556°W / 18.453056; -66.075556 (Edificio del Valle)
San Juan Mission/Spanish Revival building from 1941, designed by Rafael Carmoega Morales
24 El Capitolio de Puerto Rico
El Capitolio de Puerto Rico
November 18, 1977
(#77001555)
Avenida Ponce de León and Avenida Muñoz Rivera
18°28′08″N 66°06′23″W / 18.468889°N 66.106389°W / 18.468889; -66.106389 (El Capitolio de Puerto Rico)
San Juan The seat of government of Puerto Rico; a Classical Revival / Beaux Arts building from 1929, designed by Rafael Carmoega
25 El Falansterio de Puerta de Tierra
El Falansterio de Puerta de Tierra
May 3, 1984
(#84003166)
Bounded by RR Right-of-Way, Fernández Juncos Ave., Matías Ledesma and San Juan Bautista Sts.
18°27′57″N 66°05′46″W / 18.465833°N 66.096111°W / 18.465833; -66.096111 (El Falansterio de Puerta de Tierra)
San Juan Art Deco, from 1937
26 Escuela Brambaugh Upload image
May 5, 1989
(#89000324)
San Juan Bautista St. and Ponce de León Ave.
18°28′02″N 66°05′45″W / 18.467222°N 66.095833°W / 18.467222; -66.095833 (Escuela Brambaugh)
San Juan From 1913, also known as Puerta de Tierra Public School
27 Escuela Graduado José Celso Barbosa Upload image
May 19, 1989
(#89000406)
Ponce de Leon Ave.
18°28′04″N 66°06′06″W / 18.467778°N 66.101667°W / 18.467778; -66.101667 (Escuela Graduado José Celso Barbosa)
San Juan Classical Revival style school from 1927
28 Faro de Morro
Faro de Morro
October 22, 1981
(#81000693)
Summit of San Felipe del Moro Castle
18°28′16″N 66°07′25″W / 18.471053°N 66.123614°W / 18.471053; -66.123614 (Faro de Morro)
Old San Juan Oldest lighthouse in Puerto Rico; this version lit in 1908
29 Figueroa Apartments Upload image
September 14, 2000
(#00001124)
601 Fernandez Juncos Ave.
18°27′24″N 66°05′14″W / 18.456775°N 66.087294°W / 18.456775; -66.087294 (Figueroa Apartments)
San Juan Art Deco building by Armando Morales Cano, from 1935
30 Fortín de San Gerónimo
Fortín de San Gerónimo
October 11, 1983
(#83004199)
Puerta de Tierra
18°27′37″N 66°05′06″W / 18.460278°N 66.085°W / 18.460278; -66.085 (Fortín de San Gerónimo)
San Juan Building from 1791, also known as Museo de Historia Militar de Puerto Rico
31 General Norzagaray Bridge
General Norzagaray Bridge
July 19, 1995
(#95000833)
PR 873 over the Quebrada Frailes, Barrios Tortugo and Monacillos
18°21′14″N 66°05′31″W / 18.353889°N 66.091944°W / 18.353889; -66.091944 (General Norzagaray Bridge)
San Juan Brick barrel vault bridge from 1855, known also as Puente de Los Frailes
32 Gran Logia Espiritual Número 1
Gran Logia Espiritual Número 1
June 8, 2008
(#06000507)
1612 Antonsanti St.
18°26′52″N 66°03′53″W / 18.447778°N 66.064722°W / 18.447778; -66.064722 (Gran Logia Espiritual Número 1)
San Juan Classical Revival building from 1910
33 Normandie Hotel
Normandie Hotel
August 29, 1980
(#80004295)
Ponce de León Ave. and San Geronimo St.
18°27′52″N 66°05′15″W / 18.464444°N 66.0875°W / 18.464444; -66.0875 (Normandie Hotel)
San Juan Hotel that is a spectacular example of Streamline Moderne architecture, inspired by the Art Deco-style design of the ship SS Normandie
34 La Fortaleza
La Fortaleza
October 15, 1966
(#66000951)
Calle Fortaleza, San Juan Island between San Juan Bay and Calle Recinto Oeste
18°27′57″N 66°07′10″W / 18.465833°N 66.119444°W / 18.465833; -66.119444 (La Fortaleza)
Old San Juan From 1533
35 La Giralda Upload image
August 11, 2008
(#08000786)
651 José Martí St.
18°27′16″N 66°05′08″W / 18.454444°N 66.085556°W / 18.454444; -66.085556 (La Giralda)
San Juan From 1910
36 Linea Avanzada Upload image
September 25, 1997
(#97001136)
East sector of the San Juan Islet
18°27′55″N 66°05′19″W / 18.465278°N 66.088611°W / 18.465278; -66.088611 (Linea Avanzada)
San Juan From 1797
37 Martín Peña Bridge Upload image
August 27, 2008
(#08000856)
State Rd. 25, km 8, Santurce Ward 18°26′4″N 66°3′33″W / 18.43444°N 66.05917°W / 18.43444; -66.05917
18°26′04″N 66°03′33″W / 18.434444°N 66.059167°W / 18.434444; -66.059167 (Martín Peña Bridge)
San Juan Art Deco style bridge from 1939, designed by Cecilio Delgado and others (Try also Martín Peña Bridge )
38 Puerto Rico Ilustrado-Edificio El Mundo Upload image
September 25, 1997
(#97001137)
San Jose #254
18°27′58″N 66°07′02″W / 18.466111°N 66.117222°W / 18.466111; -66.117222 (Puerto Rico Ilustrado-Edificio El Mundo)
San Juan From 1923
39 Río Piedras Bridge Upload image
July 19, 1995
(#95000832)
SR #8839, km 12.5, Barrios El Cinco/Hato Rey
18°23′49″N 66°03′21″W / 18.396944°N 66.055833°W / 18.396944; -66.055833 (Río Piedras Bridge)
San Juan A brick barrel vault bridge from 1853
40 Luis Muñoz Rivera Park
Luis Muñoz Rivera Park
November 14, 2007
(#07001195)
Stop 8 Ponce de Leon Ave.
18°27′52″N 66°05′28″W / 18.464406°N 66.090986°W / 18.464406; -66.090986 (Luis Muñoz Rivera Park)
San Juan Park with Beaux Arts and Picturesque architecture and/or landscape design
41 San Antonio Railroad Bridge Upload image
September 30, 2009
(#09000789)
Spanning San Antonio Channel at PR 1 E. of San Juan Islet
18°27′37″N 66°05′13″W / 18.460278°N 66.086944°W / 18.460278; -66.086944 (San Antonio Railroad Bridge)
San Juan
42 San Juan National Historic Site
San Juan National Historic Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000930)

18°28′10″N 66°07′17″W / 18.469444°N 66.121389°W / 18.469444; -66.121389 (San Juan National Historic Site)
Old San Juan Dates from 1525
43 Church, School, Convent and Parish House of San Agustin
Church, School, Convent and Parish House of San Agustin
December 30, 1985
(#85003194)
265 Ponce de Leon Ave.18°28′3″N 66°5′57″W / 18.46750°N 66.09917°W / 18.46750; -66.09917 (Church, School, Convent and Parish House of San Agustin)
San Juan From 1915
44 Superintendent of Lighthouses' Dwelling
Superintendent of Lighthouses' Dwelling
October 22, 1981
(#81000694)
La Puntilla
18°27′50″N 66°07′55″W / 18.463889°N 66.131944°W / 18.463889; -66.131944 (Superintendent of Lighthouses' Dwelling)
San Juan Hacienda style building from 1908 located inside the U.S Coast Guard base in La Puntilla
45 Supreme Court Building Upload image
June 14, 2006
(#06000506)
Luis Muñoz Rivera Park
18°27′54″N 66°05′19″W / 18.465°N 66.088611°W / 18.465; -66.088611 (Supreme Court Building)
San Juan Modern Movement building from 1955
46 US Custom House
US Custom House
February 10, 1988
(#88000075)
Calle Puntilla, 1
18°27′53″N 66°06′57″W / 18.464722°N 66.115833°W / 18.464722; -66.115833 (US Custom House)
Old San Juan 1924 building designed by Albert B. Nichols
47 Zona Histórica de San Juan
Zona Histórica de San Juan
October 10, 1972
(#72001553)
Northwest triangle of the islet of San Juan
• Distrito Historico del Viejo San Juan boundary increase (listed July 30, 2012, refnum 12000465): Roughly bounded by Avenidas Munoz Rivera & Ponce de Leon, Paseo de Covadonga and Calles J. A. Corretejer, Recinto Sur

18°26′44″N 66°04′33″W / 18.445556°N 66.075833°W / 18.445556; -66.075833 (Zona Histórica de San Juan)
Old San Juan
48 Administration Building Upload image
October 26, 1983
(#83004195)
Address Restricted (?)
Santurce Also known as Portico and Chapel of the Sacred Heart University, a Classical Revival building from 1906
49 Central High School Upload image
August 4, 1987
(#87001309)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′01″N 66°04′13″W / 18.450278°N 66.070278°W / 18.450278; -66.070278 (Central High School)
Santurce Spanish Renaissance style building from 1925
50 Church of San Mateo de Cangrejos of Santurce
Church of San Mateo de Cangrejos of Santurce
January 2, 1985
(#85000044)
Corner of San Jorge St. and Eduardo Conde Ave.
18°26′48″N 66°03′50″W / 18.446667°N 66.063889°W / 18.446667; -66.063889 (Church of San Mateo de Cangrejos of Santurce)
Santurce 1832 church designed by Pedro Cobreros
51 Miami Building
Miami Building
August 23, 1984
(#84003169)
868 Ashford Ave.
18°27′44″N 66°04′55″W / 18.462222°N 66.081944°W / 18.462222; -66.081944 (Miami Building)
Santurce Art Deco building from 1936, designed by Pedro Menez
52 Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Chapel
Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Chapel
September 27, 1984
(#84003171)
Ponce de León and Miramar Aves.
18°27′30″N 66°05′07″W / 18.458333°N 66.085278°W / 18.458333; -66.085278 (Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Chapel)
Santurce Neo-Gothic style chapel from 1908, designed by Antonin Nechodoma
53 Polvorin de Miraflores Upload image
March 9, 1984
(#84003172)
Antiqua Base Naval de Miramar
18°27′06″N 66°05′40″W / 18.451667°N 66.094444°W / 18.451667; -66.094444 (Polvorin de Miraflores)
Santurce A polvorin from 1776
54 Rafael M. Labra High School
Rafael M. Labra High School
August 4, 1987
(#87001308)
Junction of Ponce de León and Roberto H. Todd Aves.
18°27′07″N 66°04′29″W / 18.451944°N 66.074722°W / 18.451944; -66.074722 (Rafael M. Labra High School)
Santurce Georgian style school building from 1916
55 Residencia Aboy-Lompré Upload image
March 22, 1989
(#88001304)
Avenida Ponce de León 900
18°27′23″N 66°04′52″W / 18.456389°N 66.081111°W / 18.456389; -66.081111 (Residencia Aboy-Lompré)
Santurce A Prairie School style house from 1919, designed by Antonin Nechodoma and others
56 Residencia Luis Muñoz Marín Upload image
September 29, 2011
(#11000712)
PR 877, km 0.4
18°23′12″N 66°01′42″W / 18.386667°N 66.028333°W / 18.386667; -66.028333 (Residencia Luis Muñoz Marín)
San Juan vicinity

Trujillo Alto[edit]

[1] Name on the Register Image Date listed[2] Location City or town Description
1 Puente de Trujillo Alto Upload image
January 28, 2010
(#09001289)
Puerto Rico Highway 181, km. 5.6
18°21′26.56″N 66°0′12.34″W / 18.3573778°N 66.0034278°W / 18.3573778; -66.0034278 (Puente de Trujillo Alto)

Trujillo Alto Steel platform bridge over the Río Grande de Loíza; built in 1939

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f 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.
  2. ^ a b c d e f 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.