List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 14th to 59th Streets

This is an incomplete list of landmarks in Manhattan from 14th Street to 59th Street designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Some of these are also National Historic Landmark (NHL) sites, and NHL status is noted where known.

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

Historic districts

Landmark Name Date Designated
Chelsea Historic District September 15, 1970 [3]; extension: February 3, 1981 [4] [5]
East 17th Street/Irving Place Historic District June 30, 1998 [6] [7]
Gramercy Park Historic District September 20, 1966 [8]; extension: July 12, 1988 [9] [10]
Ladies' Mile Historic District May 2, 1989 [11] [12] [13]
Lamartine Place Historic District October 13, 2009 [14]
Madison Square North Historic District June 26, 2001 [15] [16]
Murray Hill Historic District January 29, 2002 [17]; extension: March 30, 2004 [18] [19]
Sniffen Court Historic District June 21, 1966 [20] [21]
Stuyvesant Square Historic District September 23, 1975 [22] [23]
Tudor City Historic District May 17, 1988 [24] [25]
Turtle Bay Gardens Historic District June 21, 1966 [26] [27]
West Chelsea Historic District July 15, 2008 [28] [29]

Individual landmarks

1–9

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
126, 128, 130-132, 136 & 140 West 18th Street Stables (individually designated) Stables 126-134 W 18th Street.jpg December 11, 1990
[30], [31], [32], [33], [34]
13 West 54th Street House West54house.jpg February 3, 1981 [35]
130 West 30th Street Building SJM Building entrance 130 West 30th Street.jpg November 13, 2001 [36]
130 West 57th Street Studio Building 130 West 57th Street Studio Building entrance.jpg October 19, 1999 [37]
140 West 57th Street Studio Building (The Beaufort) October 19, 1999 [38]
144 West 14th Street 138-146 West 14th Street.jpg November 18, 2008 [39]
145 & 147 Eighth Avenue Houses 145-149 Eighth Avenue.jpg November 17, 2009 [40], [41]
15 West 54th Street House West54house.jpg February 3, 1981 [42]
152 East 38th Street House 152 East 38th Street.jpg May 25, 1967 [43]
18 East 41st Street November 22, 2016 [44]
2 Park Avenue Building 2 Park Avenue top.jpg April 18, 2006 [45]
23rd Police Precinct Station House (now Traffic Control Division) 23rd Precinct 138 West 30th Street.jpg December 15, 1998 [46]
240 Central Park South Apartments 240-cpw.jpg June 25, 2002 [47]
275 Madison Avenue Building (22 East 40th Street) January 13, 2009 [48]
311 and 313 East 58th Street Houses May 25, 1967 [49], [50]
312 and 314 East 53rd Street Houses June 12, 1968 [51], June 20, 2000 [52]
326, 328 & 330 East 18th Street Houses 326-330 East 18th townhouses.jpg March 20, 1970 [53]
400 Madison Avenue Building November 22, 2016 [54]
437, 439, 441, 443-445, 447, 449, 451, 453, 455, 457 & 459 West 24th Street House (individually designated) 437-459 West 24th.jpg September 15, 1970
[55], [56], [57], [58], [59], [60], [61], [62], [63], [64], [65]
5, 7, 9, 17, 19, 21 & 23 West 16th Street Houses (individually designated) 5-9 West 16th St.jpg
17-23 West 16th St.jpg
May 1, 1990
[66], [67],

[68], [69], [70], [71], [72]

5 West 54th Street House (Dr. Moses Allen Starr Residence) The Research Board 5 W54 jeh.jpg February 3, 1981 [73]
500 Fifth Avenue Building 500 Fifth Avenue Panorama.jpg December 14, 2010 [74]
574 Sixth Avenue Building 574 Sixth Avenue.jpg August 14, 1990 [75]
7 West 54th Street (Philip and Carrie Lehman House) Lehman House 7 West 54th Street.jpg February 3, 1981 [76]
9-11 West 54th Street House (James J. Goodwin Residence) February 3, 1981 [77]

A–L

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
former Aberdeen Hotel Aberdeen door 17 W32 jeh.JPG January 30, 2001 [78]
Actors Studio (Seventh Associate Presbyterian Church) (432 West 44th Street) Actors-studio crop.jpg February 19, 1991 [79]
Aeolian Building (Elizabeth Arden Building) (689 Fifth Ave & 54th St) December 10, 2002 [80]
Algonquin Hotel TheAlgonquin.JPG September 15, 1987 [81]
Jonathan W. Allen Stable JW Allen stable 148 E40 jeh.JPG June 17, 1997 [82]
Allerton 39th Street House March 18, 2008 [83]
B. Altman & Company Department Store Building CUNY Graduate Center by David Shankbone.jpg March 12, 1985 [84]
Alvin Theatre (Neil Simon Theatre) Neil Simon Theatre NYC 2003.jpg August 6, 1985 [85]
Alwyn Court Apartments Alwyn Court NYC 2007.jpg June 7, 1966 [86]
Ambassador Theatre Ambassador Theatre May 2010.jpg August 6, 1985 [87]
America-Israel Cultural Foundation (William H. Moore House) William-moore-house.jpg January 11, 1967 [88]
American Academy of Dramatic Arts AADA Colony Club.jpg May 17, 1966 [89]
American Fine Arts Society Art Students League NY jeh.JPG December 10, 1968 [90]
American Radiator Building (American Standard Building) American-radiator-fascade.jpg November 12, 1974 [91]
Amster Yard Amster Yard 225 E49 jeh.jpg June 21, 1966 [92]
ANTA Theatre (Guild Theatre, Virginia Theatre, August Wilson Theatre) August Wilson Theatre NYC crop.jpg August 6, 1985 [93]
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department Appelate-court.jpg June 7, 1966 [94]
Asser Levy Public Baths Nyc-bath1.jpg March 19, 1974 [95]
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, The New York City Bar jeh.JPG May 10, 1966 [96]
AT&T Corporate Headquarters Building (later Sony Plaza, now 550 Madison Avenue) Sony Building by David Shankbone crop.jpg July 31, 2018 [97]
Bank of the Metropolis Bank-of-metropolis.jpg July 12, 1988 [98]
Barrymore Theatre Ethel Barrymore Theatre NYC.jpg November 4, 1987 [99]
Beaux-Arts Apartments (310 East 44th Street) July 11, 1989 [100]
Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (304 East 44th Street) Beaux-Arts Institute of Design 304 E44 Egypt jeh.jpg August 23, 1988 [101]
Belasco Theatre Belasco Theatre.jpg November 4, 1987 [102]
Bergdorf Goodman Building (754 Fifth Aveneue) USA-NYC-Bergdorf Goodman.jpg December 13, 2016 [103]
Beverly Hotel 125 East 50th Street November 22, 2016 [104]
Joseph B. and Josephine H. Bissell House, 46 W55 St 40°45′44.6″N 73°58′36.8″W / 40.762389°N 73.976889°W March 23, 2010 [105]
Booth Theatre Booththeatre2.jpg November 4, 1987 [106]
George S. Bowdoin Stable (149 East 38th Street) Bowdoin Stables 149 E38 jeh.jpg June 17, 1997 [107]
Bowery Savings Bank Building 110 E42 jeh.JPG September 17, 1996 [108]
Brill Building Brill-Building (NY).jpg March 23, 2010 [109]
Broadhurst Theatre Broadhursttheatre.jpg November 10, 1987 [110]
Brooks Atkinson Theatre (Mansfield Theatre) Brooks Atkinson Theatre NYC 2007.jpg November 4, 1987 [111]
Bryant Park Studios (80 West 40th St) Bryant Park Studios.jpg December 13, 1988 [112]
Middleton S. and Emilie Neilson Burrill House (36 East 38th Street) Burrill House 36 East 38th Street.jpg July 27, 2010 [113]
Bush Tower Bush Tower-04.jpg October 18, 1988 [114]
Louis H. Chalif Normal School of Dancing (Columbia Artists Management Inc. (Cami) Building) IESE 165 W57 CAMI cloudy jeh.jpg October 19, 1999 [115]
Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall.jpg June 20, 1967 [116]
Catholic Apostolic Church (Church for All Nations) (417 West 57th St) Lutheran Church For All Nations1 crop.jpg February 27, 2001 [117]
CBS Building Cbs-building.jpg October 21, 1997 [118]
Central Synagogue (Congregation Ahawath Chesed Shaar Hashomayim) Central Synagogue Lex jeh.jpg June 7, 1966 [119]
Century Association Century Association West 43rd St 1892 crop.jpg January 11, 1967 [120]
Century Association Building (former) Century Association Building 111 E 15th St.jpg January 5, 1993 [121]
Century Building Century-building.jpg October 7, 1986 [122]
Chanin Building Chanin Building, side up.jpg November 14, 1978 [123]
Chrysler Building Chrysler building- top.jpg September 12, 1978 [124]
Church Missions House/Protestant Welfare Agencies Building Church-missions.jpg September 11, 1979 [125]
Church of St. Mary the Virgin (Church, Clergy House, Mission House, Rectory and Lady Chapel), 145 W. 46th St. Church of St. Mary the Virgin 139 West 46th Street.jpg December 19, 1989 [126]
Church of the Holy Apostles 300ninth.jpg October 19, 1966 [127]
Church of the Holy Communion and Sisters' House and Chapel and Rectory Limelight2.jpg April 19, 1966 [128], [129]
Church of the Incarnation and Parish House Incarnation-church.jpg September 11, 1979 [130]
Church of the Transfiguration (Little Church Around the Corner) and Rectory Church o the Transfiguration LC-USZC4-2657 crop.jpg May 25, 1967 [131], [132]
former Citicorp Center, including St. Peter's Church (601 Lexington Avenue) Citigroup center.jpg December 6, 2016 [133]
City Center 55th Street Theatre (Mecca Temple) New York City Center jeh.JPG April 12, 1983 [134]
Civic Club (Estonian House) Civic-club1.jpg March 28, 1978 [135]
Thomas B. and Fanny Clarke Residence (Collectors Club) CollClubNY.png September 11, 1979 [136]
Consolidated Edison Building Con Ed Building from 3rd Ave.jpg February 10, 2009 [137]
Cort Theatre Cort Theatre during load-in.jpg November 17, 1987 [138]
former Coty Building, 714 5th Ave at 56th St 40°45′44″N 73°58′29″W / 40.76222°N 73.97472°W Harry Winston, Manhattan.JPG January 29, 1985 [139]
Mary Hale Cunningham House (124 East 55th St) May 1, 2001 [140]
Daily News Building NY Daily News door jeh.JPG July 28, 1981 [141]
Decker Building Decker Building, 33 Union Square West, NYC (2008).jpg July 12, 1988 [142]
Joseph Raphael De Lamar House Polish consulate in New York.jpg March 25, 1975 [143]
A. T. Demarest & Company and Peerless Motor Car Company Buildings (General Motors Corporation Building) (224 & 228 W57 St) 57th St Bway td (2018-08-16) 09 - Demarest Peerless Building.jpg December 19, 2000 [144]
Adelaide L. T. Douglas Residence (57 Park Avenue between East 37th and 38th Streets) 57 Park Avenue.jpg September 11, 1979 [145]
East 11th Street Baths Free Public Baths 538 East 11th Street.jpg March 18, 2008 [146]
Frederick C. and Birdsall Otis Edey House (10 West 56th Street) Edey House 10 West 56th Street.jpg July 24, 2007 [147]
Eleventh Judicial District Courthouse (Former) (Eleventh District Municipal Court/Seventh District Magistrates' Court) (American Theater of Actors/The Children's Museum of Manhattan) Childrens Museum of Manhattan 212 W83 jeh.jpg June 6, 1989 [148]
The Emmet Building (95 Madison Avenue) Emmet Building 89-95 Madison Avenue.jpg March 6, 2018 [149]
Empire State Building Manhattan at Dusk by slonecker.jpg May 19, 1981 [150]
Engine Company Number 23 (215 W58th St) August 29, 1989 [151]
Engineering Societies' Building and Engineers' Club 25w39.jpg March 22, 2011 [152]
Martin Erdmann Residence (57 East 57th Street) November 22, 2016 [153]
Everett Building, The Everett Building 200 Park Avenue South.jpg September 6, 1988 [154]
James Farley United States Post Office Farley PO jeh.JPG May 17, 1966 [155]
E. Hayward Ferry and Amelia Parsons Ferry House November 10, 2009 [156]
Fire Engine Company No. 54 (Former) PR Travelling Theater Engine 54 sunny jeh.jpg November 18, 2008 [157]
Fire Engine Company No. 65 (33 W43d St) October 2, 1990 [158]
Flatiron Building FlatIronBldg.jpg September 20, 1966 [159]
Ford Foundation Building Ford foundation building 1.JPG October 21, 1997 [160]
Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (Chanin's Forty-Sixth Street Theatre) Tarzan Broadway Musical.jpg November 17, 1987 [161]
Fred F. French Building Fred-f-french.jpg March 18, 1986 [162]
Free Public Baths of the City of New York, East 54th Street Bath and Gymnasium, 348 E54th St 348 E54th St Recreation Center jeh.jpg May 10, 2011 [163]
Friends Meeting House (28 Gramercy Park South (144 East 20th Street)) 28 Gramercy Park Brotherhood Synagogue.jpg October 26, 1965 [164]
Friends Meeting House and Friends Seminary (Rutherford Place/16th Street) Friends Meeting House.jpg December 9, 1969 [165]
Fuller Building Fuller bldg sunny jeh.JPG March 18, 1986 [166]
Gainsborough Studios (222 Central Park South) Gainsborough Studios 222 CPS jeh.jpg February 16, 1988 [167]
General Electric Building (formerly the RCA Victor Building; 570 Lexington Avenue) General Electric Building from southeast.jpg July 9, 1985 [168]
Gerard, The Hotel-gerard.jpg July 27, 1982 [169]
Germania Life Insurance Company Building W Union Square jeh.JPG September 6, 1988 [170]
Gilsey Hotel Gilsey-hotel1.jpg September 11, 1979 [171]
Goelet Building (Swiss Center Building) 606-608 Fifth Avenue at 49th St January 14, 1992 [172]
Golden Theatre (Theatre Masque) Goldentheatre.jpg November 17, 1987 [173]
B. F. Goodrich Company Building (1780 Broadway) 40°45′59.5″N 73°58′53.5″W / 40.766528°N 73.981528°W November 10, 2009 [174]
Gorham Manufacturing Company Building (889 Broadway at East 19th Street) 889-891 Broadway Gorham Building.jpg June 19, 1984 [175]
Gorham Building (390 Fifth Avenue at West 36th Street) Gorham 390 5th jeh.JPG December 15, 1998 [176]
The Gotham Hotel (The Peninsula) The Peninsula New York Entrance.jpg June 6, 1989 [177]
Helen Miller Gould Stable (Former) 213 West 58th Street August 29, 1989 [178]
Grand Central Terminal Image-Grand central Station Outside Night 2.jpg August 2, 1967 [179]
Grand Hotel Grand Hotel 1232-38 Broadway.jpg September 11, 1979 [180]
Graybar Building (420 Lexington Avenue) Graybar building nyc 1.jpg November 22, 2016 [181]
Greenwich Savings Bank (Crossland Federal Savings Bank) Greenwich-bank1.jpg March 3, 1992 [182]
Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Annex 105 East 17th Street Guardian Life Insurance Company Annex.jpg November 18, 2008 [183]
Hampton Shops Building (18-20 East 50th Street) Hampton Shops Building 18 East 50th Street entrance.jpg November 22, 2016 [184]
Harvard Club of New York City, The Harvardcny.JPG January 11, 1967 [185]
Haskins & Sells Building 35 West 39th Street January 11, 2011 [186]
Hearst Magazine Building Hearst Tower Base.JPG February 16, 1988 [187]
Henry Miller's Theatre MillerTheatre.JPG December 8, 1987 [188]
High School of the Performing Arts Jackie O School jeh.JPG December 21, 1982 [189]
Historic Street Lampposts Historic lamppost Broadway and 23rd Street.jpg June 17, 1997 [190]
L. P. Hollander & Company Building (Former) 3-5 E57 jeh.jpg June 17, 2003 [191]
Harry B. and Evelina Hollins Residence Hollins Residence 12-14 West 56th Street.jpg June 19, 1984 [192]
Hotel Chelsea HotelChelsea.jpg March 15, 1966 [193]
Hotel Lexington (511 Lexington Avenue) November 22, 2016 [194]
Hotel Mansfield (12 West 44th Street) June 12, 2012 [195]
Hotel Martinique Martinique 1260 Bwy jeh.JPG May 5, 1998 [196]
Hotel Wolcott (4 West 31st Street) Hotel Wolcott facade.jpg December 20, 2011 [197]
Hudson Theatre Hudson Theatre NYC 2003.jpg November 17, 1987 [198]
Interborough Rapid Transit Company Powerhouse 855-869 Eleventh Avenue, between W. 58th and W. 59th Streets W58th St IRT power jeh.JPG December 5, 2017 [199]
Japan Society (New York) Headquarters Japan Society E47 jeh.JPG March 22, 2011 [200]
Knickerbocker Hotel Knickerbocker-1.jpg October 18, 1988 [201]
Knox Building Knox-building.jpg September 23, 1980 [202]
Lambs Club Lambs-club-128-w-44.JPG September 24, 1974 [203]
James F. D. Lanier Residence Lanier-house1.jpg September 11, 1979 [204]
Lescaze House Renz-ny.jpg January 27, 1976 [205]
Lever House Lever House by David Shankbone.jpg November 9, 1982 [206]
Lincoln Building Lincoln 1USQW bldg jeh.JPG July 12, 1988 [207]
Little Theatre (Helen Hayes Theatre) Helenhayestheatre.jpg November 17, 1987 [208]
Edith Andrews Logan Residence (17 West 56th St) October 6, 2009 [209]
Longacre Theatre Longacre-theatre.jpg December 8, 1987 [210]
Look Building Look-building.jpg July 27, 2010 [211]
Lord & Taylor Building Lord and Taylor jeh.JPG October 30, 2007 [212]
former Lord & Taylor Building Lord Taylor 901 Bwy jeh.JPG November 15, 1977 [213]
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Globe Theatre) Lunt-Fontanne Globe Theatre.jpg December 8, 1987 [214]
Lyceum Theatre Lyceum 45 sun jeh.JPG November 26, 1974 [215]

M–Z

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
R. H. Macy & Co. Store, 14th Street Annex (56 West 14th Street) 56 West 14th Street Macy's.jpg December 20, 2011 [216]
Madison Belmont Building (181 Madison Avenue @ 34th Street) Madison Belmont 34th Street street facade.jpg September 20, 2011 [217]
Majestic Theatre Majestic Theatre NYC 2007.jpg December 8, 1987 [218]
Jerome Mansion (Manhattan Club) Jerome Mansion crop.jpg November 23, 1965 [219]
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company Building (600 Fifth Avenue Building), former Sinclair Oil April 23, 1985 [220]
Manufacturers Trust Company Building (510 Fifth Avenue at West 43rd Street) Manufacturers Trust Company Building 510 Fifth Avenue.jpg October 21, 1997 [221]
Marble Collegiate Reformed Church Marble Church NYC.jpg January 11, 1967 [222]
Mark Hellinger Theatre (Hollywood Theatre) (235 W51st St) Times-square-church.jpg January 5, 1988 [223]
Martha Washington Hotel (30 West 30th Street) Hotel Thirty Thirty street level facade.jpg June 19, 2012 [224]
Martin Beck Theatre Hirschfeldtheatre.jpg November 4, 1987 [225]
McGraw-Hill Building Mcgraw-hill-42nd-st.jpg September 11, 1979 [226]
Mechanics' and Trademen's Institute (Berkeley School) GSMTCNY44.JPG October 18, 1988 [227]
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower Met-life-complex-w-23.JPG June 13, 1989 [228]
I. Miller Building (1522-1524 Bwy & 46 St) W 46th St Duffy Square 15 - I. Miller Building.jpg June 29, 1999 [229]
Phelps Stokes – J. P. Morgan Jr. House (Morgan Library), 231 Madison Ave & 37th Pierpont Morgan Library NY 2006.jpg February 26, 2002 [230]
Pierpont Morgan Library and Annex, The Jpmorganlibrary.jpg May 17, 1966 [231]
Music Box Theatre Music Box Theatre NYC 2007 Deuce.jpg December 8, 1987 [232]
New Amsterdam Theatre New Amsterdam Theatre Mary Poppins 2007 NYC.jpg October 23, 1979 [233]
New York Central Building Helmsley Building (WTM by official-ly cool 097).jpg March 31, 1987 [234]
New York House and School of Industry 120 West 16th St.jpg October 2, 1990 [235]
New York Life Building NY Life Park Av jeh.JPG October 24, 2000 [236]
New York Public Library Main Branch New York Public Library May 2011.JPG January 11, 1967 [237]
New York Public Library, Muhlenberg Branch NYPL Muhlenberg Branch.jpg January 30, 2001 [238]
New York Times Building (Times Annex) Old NY Times Building 01.jpg April 24, 2001 [239]
New York Yacht Club Building Nyyc-2007.jpg September 11, 1979 [240]
Andrew Norwood House Norwood House 241 West 14th Street.jpg May 9, 1978 [241]
Old Grolier Club, The (Gilbert Kiamie House) WTM sheila 0067.jpg August 18, 1970 [242]
Osborne Apartments Osborne-apartments.jpg August 13, 1991 [243]
Panhellenic Tower (Beekman Tower Hotel) (East 49th St) Panhellenic Tower 1st Av 49 St hotel jeh.jpg February 3, 1998 [244]
Paramount Building Paramount Times Square.jpg November 1, 1988 [245]
Pepsi-Cola Building (Former) (ABN-Amro Bank Building) (500 Park Ave) 500 Park Avenue.JPG June 20, 1995 [246]
Paramount Hotel Paramount Hotel 45 jeh.JPG November 17, 2009 [247]
Pershing Square Viaduct (Park Avenue Viaduct) Grand-central-elevated.jpg September 23, 1980 [248]
John Peirce Residence (11 E51st St) 40°45′32″N 73°58′33″W / 40.75889°N 73.97583°W June 23, 2009 [249]
Pershing Square Building (125 Park Avenue) Pershing Square Building 1936.jpg November 22, 2016 [250]
Morton F. Plant House CartierNewYork.JPG July 14, 1970 [251]
Players Club Players-club-manhattan-2007.jpg March 15, 1966 [252]
Plaza Hotel Plaza hotel.jpg December 9, 1969 [253]
Plymouth Theatre Schoenfeld Theatre jeh.JPG December 8, 1987 [254]
Pratt-New York Phoenix School of Design (New York School of Applied Design for Women) Applied-design1.jpg May 10, 1977 [255]
Racquet and Tennis Club Building Raq-Tennis 370 Park jeh.JPG May 6, 1979 [256]
Ritz Tower, 465 Park Avenue The Ritz Tower, 57th Street and Park Avenue, New York, N. Y (NYPL b12647398-74636).tiff October 29, 2002 [257]
Rizzoli Building (712 Fifth Avenue) 712FifthNYC.jpg January 29, 1985 [258]
James Hampden Robb and Cornelia Van Rensselaer Robb House 23 Park Avenue at 35th Street 23 Park Avenue entrance.jpg November 17, 1998 [259]
Rockefeller Apartments, 17 W 54th and 24 West 55th Street 40°45′43″N 73°58′53″W / 40.76194°N 73.98139°W June 19, 1984 [260]
Rockefeller Center GE Building by David Shankbone.JPG April 23, 1985 [261]
Rockefeller Guest House, 242 East 52nd Street December 5, 2000 [262]
Rodin Studios, 200 West 57th Street Rodin Studios 200 W57 jeh.jpg February 16, 1988 [263]
Theodore Roosevelt House TR birthplace.JPG March 15, 1966 [264]
Royale Theatre Jacobstheatre.jpg December 15, 1987 [265]
Paul Rudolph Penthouse & Apartments, 23 Beekman Pl November 16, 2010 [266]
Russell Sage Foundation Building and Annex Russell Sage Foundation Building.jpg June 20, 2000 [267]
St. Bartholomew's Church and Community House StBarts1Outside crop.jpg March 16, 1967 [268]
St. George's Church St-george-episcopal.jpg June 20, 1967 [269]
St. James Theatre (Erlanger Theater) Stjamestheatre.jpg December 15, 1987 [270]
St. Louis Hotel (Hotel Grand Union, 34 East 32nd St.) Hotel Grand Union 34 E32 jeh.jpg June 25, 2013 [271]
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Lady Chapel, Rectory and Cardinal's Residence Saint Patrick's Cathedral by David Shankbone.jpg October 19, 1966 [272]
St. Regis Hotel 799 Fifth Ave & 55th St St. Regis Hotel, Manhattan, New York City.jpg November 1, 1988 [273]
St. Stephens Church (Church of Our Lady of the Scapular & St. Stephen) Our Lady of the Scapular-St. Stephen 29th Street facade from west.jpg October 28, 2008 [274]
St. Thomas' Church and St. Thomas' Parish House St Thomas Church of Fifth Avenue and 53rd Street.JPG October 19, 1966 [275]
Saks Fifth Avenue Building SaksFifthAvenue.JPG December 20, 1984 [276]
Salvation Army National and Territorial Headquarters, 120-130 West 14th Street Salvation Army Headquarters from east.jpg October 17, 2017 [277]
Morris B. Sanders Studio & Apartment 219 East 49th Street November 18, 2008 [278]
former Scheffel Hall Scheffel Hall 190 Third Avenue.jpg June 24, 1997 [279]
Scribner Building (United Synagogue of America) Scribner-building.jpg September 14, 1976 [280]
Charles Scribner's Sons Building Scribner1.jpg March 23, 1982 [281]
Seagram Building Seagrambuilding.jpg October 3, 1989 [282]
Henry Seligman House Henry Seligman House 30 West 56th Street.jpg July 24, 2007 [283]
Hotel Seville (now the James Nomad Hotel; 22 East 29th Street or 88 Madison Avenue) Carlton Hotel 88 Madison Avenue.jpg March 6, 2018 [284]
Shelton Hotel (252 Lexington Avenue) November 22, 2016 [285]
Shubert Theatre Shuberttheatre.jpg December 15, 1987 [286]
Sidewalk Clock, 200 Fifth Avenue Clock 200 Fifth Av jeh.JPG August 25, 1981 [287]
Sidewalk Clock, 522 Fifth Avenue 522 Fifth Av clock jeh.JPG August 25, 1981 [288]
Sixty-Ninth Regiment Armory 69th-regiment-armory.JPG April 12, 1983 [289]
Society House of the American Society of Civil Engineers (320 West 57th Street) December 16, 2008 [290]
Socony-Mobil Building 150E42ndStreet.JPG February 25, 2003 [291]
Springs Mills Building (140 West 40th Street) April 13, 2010 [292]
Starrett-Lehigh Building Starrett-Lehigh 601 W26 jeh.jpg October 7, 1986 [293]
Steinway Hall Steinway-hall-57.jpg November 13, 2001 [294]
Steinway & Sons Reception Room and Hallway 40°45′53.5″N 73°58′40″W / 40.764861°N 73.97778°W September 10, 2014 [295]
Stewart & Company Building Stewart 404 5th jeh.JPG April 18, 2006 [296]
Stuyvesant High School Old Stuyvesant Campus.jpg May 20, 1997 [297]
Summit Hotel (Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel) (166 East 51st Street) May 17, 2005 [298]
William J. Syms Operating Theater Roosevelt-hospital-theatre.jpg July 11, 1989 [299]
Tammany Hall (17th Street & Union Square East) Tammany Hall 17th Street.jpg October 29, 2013 [300] (temp.)
Tiffany Building (Former) Tiffany-lower.jpg February 16, 1988 [301]
Samuel J. Tilden House (National Arts Club) National-arts-club.jpg March 15, 1966 [302]
Town Hall Ny-town-hall.jpg November 28, 1978 [303]
Trinity Chapel Complex (15 West 25th Street) Serb Cathedral 25 St jeh.jpg April 18, 1968 [304]
Union League Club (38 East 37th Street) Union League Club, Manhattan.jpg October 25, 2010 [305]
Union Square Savings Bank Union Square Savings Bank full jeh.JPG February 13, 1996 [306]
former United States Rubber Company Building (1790 Broadway) US Rubber 1790 Bwy west jeh.jpg December 19, 2000 [307]
University Club University Club of New York jeh.jpg January 11, 1967 [308]
George W. Vanderbilt Residence (647 5th Avenue) March 22, 1977 [309]
Henry Villard Houses Ny-palace-hotel1.jpg September 30, 1968 [310]
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Waldorf Astoria Hotel.jpg January 5, 1993 [311]
The Wilbraham Wilbraham 1W30 jeh.JPG June 8, 2004 [312]
The Windermere Windermere-apartment.jpg June 28, 2005 [313]
Yale Club of New York City {50 Vanderbilt Avenue} November 22, 2016 [314]
Yale Club of New York City (30-32 West 44th Street{ Yale Club high jeh.JPG February 9, 2010 [315]
Minnie E. Young House (19 East 54th Street) Minnie E. Young House 19 East 54th Street.jpg November 22, 2016 [316]
William and Helen Martin Murphy Ziegler Jr. House (116 East 55 Street) William and Helen Martin Murphy Ziegler, Jr. House 116 East 55th Street.jpg May 1, 2001 [317]

Interior landmarks

Landmark Name Image Date Designated
Alvin Theater (Neil Simon Theater), First Floor Interior August 6, 1985 [318]
Ambassador Theater, First Floor Interior August 6, 1985 [319]
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department (Appellate Division Courthouse), First Floor Interior September 22, 1981 [320]
Barrymore Theater, First Floor Interior November 10, 1987 [321]
Belasco Theatre, First Floor Interior November 4, 1987 [322]
Biltmore Theatre, First Floor Interior November 10, 1987 [323]
Booth Theatre, First Floor Interior November 4, 1987 [324]
Bowery Savings Bank Building, First Floor Interior September 17, 1996 [325]
Broadhurst Theatre, First Floor Interior December 15, 1987 [326]
Charles Scribner's Sons Building Interior, First Floor Interior July 11, 1989 [327]
Chrysler Building, Ground Floor Interior Chryslerbuilding entranceha.jpg September 12, 1978 [328]
Daily News Building, First Floor Interior Lobby and Globe in News Building.jpg March 10, 1998 [329]
Della Robbia Bar (Former) (The "Crypt", Flori Restaurant), Vanderbuilt Hotel (Former), Ground Floor Interior April 5, 1994 [330]
Ed Sullivan Theater (Hammerstein's Theatre), First Floor Interior January 5, 1988 [331]
Embassy Theatre, First Floor Interior November 17, 1987 [332]
Empire State Building, Ground Floor Interior ESBLobby.JPG May 19, 1981 [333]
Eugene O'Neill Theatre (Forrest Theatre), First Floor Interior December 8, 1987 [334]
Film Center Building, First Floor Interior Film Center lobby jeh.jpg November 9, 1982 [335]
Ford Foundation Building, Interior October 21, 1997 [336]
Forty-Sixth Street Theatre (Chanin's Forty-Sixth Street Theatere), First Floor Interior November 17, 1987 [337]
Four Seasons Restaurant, Ground Floor Interior October 3, 1989 [338]
Fuller Building, First Floor Interior March 18, 1986 [339]
Goelet Building (Swiss Center Building), First Floor Interior January 14, 1992 [340]
Golden Theatre (Theater Masque) November 17, 1987 [341]
Grand Central Terminal Interior Grand Central Station Main Concourse Jan 2006.jpg September 23, 1980 [342]
Greenwich Savings Bank (Crossland Federal Savings Bank), First Floor Interior March 3, 1992 [343]
Hudson Theatre, First Floor Interior November 17, 1987 [344]
IRT Subway System Underground Interior October 23, 1979 [345]
Little Theatre (Helen Hayes Theatre), First Floor Interior November 17, 1987 [346]
Longacre Theatre, First Floor Interior December 8, 1987 [347]
Lyceum Theatre, First Floor Interior December 8, 1987 [348]
Majestic Theatre, First Floor Interior December 8, 1987 [349]
Manufacturers Trust Company Building Interior February 15, 2011 [350]
Mark Hellinger Theatre (Hollywood Theatre) January 5, 1988 [351]
Martin Beck Theatre, First Floor Interior November 4, 1987 [352]
Music Box Theatre, First Floor Interior December 8, 1987 [353]
New Amsterdam Theatre, First Floor Interior October 23, 1979 [354]
New York Central Building/Helmsley Building, Main Floor Interior March 31, 1987 [355]
New York Public Library interiors: Main Lobby, Central Hall, etc. NYC Public Library Research Room Jan 2006.jpg November 12, 1974 [356]
New York Public Library interiors: Rose Main Reading Room, Bill Blass Public Catalog Room Rose ceiling.jpg August 8, 2017 [357]
Palace Theatre, First Floor Interior July 14, 1987 [358]
Plaza Hotel Interior July 12, 2005 [359]
Plymouth Theatre, First Floor Interior December 15, 1987 [360]
Rainbow Room, 65th floor of the GE Building Rainbow room.jpg October 16, 2012 [361]
Royale Theatre, First Floor Interior December 15, 1987 [362]
St. James Theatre (Erlanger Theatre), First Floor Interior December 15, 1987 [363]
Seagram Building, First Floor Interior October 3, 1989 [364]
Shubert Theatre, First Floor Interior December 15, 1987 [365]
Time & Life Building, Ground Floor Interior July 16, 2002 [366]
Town Hall, First Floor Interior November 28, 1978 [367]
United Nations Hotel, First Floor Interiors (One UN New York) (1 & 2 United Nations Plaza) September 20, 2016 [368]
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Interiors Waldorf Astoria lobby view 2.jpg March 7, 2017 [369]
Winter Garden Theatre, First Floor Interior January 5, 1988 [370]

Scenic landmarks

Landmark Name Date Designated
Bryant Park November 12, 1974 [371]
Grand Army Plaza July 23, 1974 [372]

See also

External links

Booth Theatre

The Booth Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 222 West 45th Street (George Abbott Way) in midtown-Manhattan, New York City.

Architect Henry B. Herts designed the Booth and its companion Shubert Theatre as a back-to-back pair sharing a Venetian Renaissance-style façade.

Named in honor of famed 19th-century American actor Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth, the theater's 783-seat auditorium was intended to provide an intimate setting for dramatic and comedic plays. It opened on October 16, 1913, with Arnold Bennett's play "The Great Adventure."

The venue was the second New York City theatre to bear this name. The first, Booth's Theatre, was originally owned by Edwin Booth, and built by the architectural partnership Renwick & Sands between 1867-69 on the corner of 23rd Street and 6th Avenue (see picture, below).

The Booth Theatre appeared in The West Wing episode Posse Comitatus as venue for a fictitious charity performance of War of the Roses which President Jed Bartlet attended during the assassination of the Qumari Defence Minister Abdul ibn Shareef.The box-office record was broken in 2013 by Bette Midler in I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers with a gross of $753,217 in just seven performances. Midler then broke her own record the week following with a gross of $865,144. The revival of The Elephant Man, starring Bradley Cooper, topped Midler's record by grossing $1,058,547 for an eight-performance week ending December 28, 2014.

CBS Building

The CBS Building in New York City, also known as Black Rock, is the headquarters of CBS Corporation. Located at 51 West 52nd Street at the corner of Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas), the Eero Saarinen designed building opened in 1965. It is 38 stories and 490 feet (150 m) tall with approximately 872,000 square feet (81,000 m2) rentable of space. The interior and furnishings were designed by Saarinen and Florence Knoll.

Chanin Building

The Chanin Building is a brick and terra-cotta skyscraper located at 122 East 42nd Street, at the corner of Lexington Avenue, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Built by Irwin S. Chanin in 1927–1929, it is 56 stories high, reaching 197.8 metres (649 ft) excluding the spire and 207.3 metres (680 ft) including it. It was designed by Sloan & Robertson in the Art Deco style, with the assistance of Chanin's own architect Jacques Delamarre, and it incorporates architectural sculpture by Rene Paul Chambellan. It is the 93rd tallest building in New York.

The building was designated a New York City landmark in 1978, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Collectors Club of New York

The Collectors Club, often referred to as the Collectors Club of New York, is a private club and philatelic society in New York City. Founded in 1896, it is one of the oldest existing philatelic societies in the United States. Its stated purpose is "to further the study of philately, promote the hobby and provide a social, educational, and non-commercial setting for the enthusiastic enjoyment of our common passion".In its building at 22 East 35th Street in Manhattan, the club maintains a philatelic library of approximately 150,000 volumes which are available for research or study by scholars, historians, and philatelists. The Collectors Club Philatelist, published by the club since 1922, is currently published bi-monthly and contains scholarly articles on philatelic subjects.

Daily News Building

The Daily News Building, also known as The News Building, is a 476-foot (145 m) skyscraper located at 220 East 42nd Street between Second and Third Avenues in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The building has 36 floors.

Decker Building

The Decker Building—periodically referred to as the Union Building—is located at 33 Union Square West in Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1892 for the Decker Brothers piano company according to designs by the radical anarchist architect John H. Edelmann, working out of the offices of Alfred Zucker, it replaced the earlier Decker Building on the same lot, designed by Leopold Eidlitz and built in 1869. Andy Warhol had his Factory on the sixth floor of this building from 1968 through 1973. It is also where Valerie Solanas shot Warhol and art critic and curator Mario Amaya in 1968.

Engineering Societies' Building and Engineers' Club

The Engineering Societies' Building and Engineers' Club is located in New York, New York. The building was built in 1907 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 30, 2007.

Ethel Barrymore Theatre

The Ethel Barrymore Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 243 West 47th Street in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It is named for actress Ethel Barrymore.

Germania Life Insurance Company Building

The Germania Life Insurance Company Building, also known as the Guardian Life Insurance Company building, is located on Park Avenue South and 17th Street in New York City. It was designed by the firm of D'Oench & Yost and was built in 1910. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 25, 2001.

Hotel Gerard

The Hotel Gerard, also known as the Hotel Langwell and Hotel 1-2-3, is a historic hotel located in New York, New York. The building was designed by George Keister and built in 1893. It is a 13-story, "U"-shaped, salmon colored brick and limestone building with German Renaissance style design elements. The front facade features bowed pairs of bay windows from the third to the sixth floor and the building is topped by steeply pointed front gables and a highly decorated dormer. It was originally built as an apartment hotel.The hotel is located at 123 West 44th Street, next door to the Belasco Theatre.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 10, 1983.

Hudson Theatre

The Hudson Theatre is a Broadway theater located at 139–141 West 44th Street, between Times Square and 6th Avenue, New York City. Opened in 1903, it became a leading theatrical venue before also serving in later years as a network radio and television studio, a night club, a movie theater, and a corporate event space.

The Hudson Theatre reopened as a Broadway theater on February 11, 2017. The UK-based Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) signed a long term lease on the theater in 2015 and invested in a complete refurbishment of the venue, bringing it back into full-time use as a Broadway playhouse. The theater is owned by Millennium & Copthorne Hotels.

In 2016, the Hudson Theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

James F. D. Lanier Residence

The James F. D. Lanier Residence, also known as the James F. D. and Harriet Lanier House is an historic house located at 123 East 35th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan

This is a list of New York City landmarks in Manhattan designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan below 14th Street

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 14th to 59th Streets

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 59th to 110th Streets

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan above 110th Street

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan on Islands

Lists of New York City landmarks

These are lists of New York City Landmarks designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission:

New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan:

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan below 14th Street

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 14th to 59th Streets

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan from 59th to 110th Streets

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan above 110th Street

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan on smaller islands

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Brooklyn

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Queens

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in the Bronx

List of New York City Designated Landmarks in Staten Island

Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)

The Lyceum Theatre ( ly-SEE-əm) is a Broadway theatre located at 149 West 45th Street near Times Square between Seventh and Sixth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.

Neil Simon Theatre

The Neil Simon Theatre, formerly the Alvin Theatre, is a Broadway venue built in 1927 and located at 250 West 52nd Street in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan, New York City.

As of 2011, the record for its longest running show is held by the musical Hairspray, which opened August 15, 2002, and ran for 2,642 performances before closing on January 4, 2009.

Samuel J. Tilden House

The Samuel J. Tilden House is a historic townhouse pair at 14-15 Gramercy Park South in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1845, it was the home of Samuel J. Tilden (1814–1886), former governor of New York, a fierce opponent of the Tweed Ring and Tammany Hall, and the losing presidential candidate in the disputed 1876 election. Tilden lived in the brownstone from 1860 until his death in 1886. From 1881 to 1884, Calvert Vaux combined it with the row house next door, also built in 1845, to make the building that now stands, which has been described as "the height of Victorian Gothic in residential architecture" with Italian Renaissance style elements. Since 1906 it has been the headquarters of the National Arts Club, a private arts club.

Tiffany and Company Building

The Tiffany and Company Building is a historic commercial building at 401 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York. Completed in 1905, it was built for Tiffany and Company, whose headquarters it served as until 1950. Designed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead, and White, its design is inspired by the Palazzo Grimani di San Luca in Venice, Italy. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978 for its association with Tiffany, one of the world's leading jewelry firms.

William H. Moore House

The William H. Moore House, also known as the Stokes-Moore Mansion and once home to the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, is a historic building located in New York, New York. The building was designed by the architecture firm McKim, Mead & White and built between 1898 and 1900. It is a five-story, rectangular stone building in the Renaissance Revival style. It has an English basement and flat roof with balustrade and overhanging cornice. It was commissioned by William Earle Dodge Stokes (1852–1926), and purchased by financier William Henry Moore (1848-1923) before its completion. His wife resided in the house until her death in 1955, after which it housed a succession of commercial and charitable organizations, including the Banco di Napoli.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1972.

New York City Historic Sites

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