INDIVIDUAL LANDMARKS

1009 Fifth Avenue House (aka Duke Residence), 1009 Fifth Avenue, designated 1974
11 East 70th Street House
, 11 East 70th Street, designated 1974
1321 Madison Avenue House
, 1321 Madison Avenue, designated 1974
160 East 92nd Street House
, 160 East 92nd Street, designated 1988
17 East 90th Street House
, 17 East 90th Street, designated 1974
412 East 85th Street House, designated 2016.
998 Fifth Avenue Apartments
, 998 Fifth Avenue, designated 1974
Abigail Adams Smith House
, 421 East 61st Street, designated 1967
Alvin W. and Angeline Krech House
, 17 East 70th Street, designated 1974
Andrew Carnegie Mansion (now the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution)
, 2 East 91st Street, designated 1974
Apartment Building at 1261 Madison Avenue,
1261 Madison Avenue, designated 1974
Apartment Building at 130-134 East 67th Street, 130-134 East 67th Street, designated 1980
Apartment Building at 131-135 East 66th Street
, 131-135 East 66th Street, designated 1969
Apartment Building at 45 East 66th Street
, 45 East 66th Street, designated 1977
Archibald Gracie Mansion
, East 88th Street & East End Avenue, designated 1966
Barbara Rutherford Hatch House
, 153 East 63rd Street, designated 1977
Barbizon Hotel for Women, 140 East 63rd Street, designated 2012.
Bohemian National Hall (Narodni Budova), 321 East 73rd Street, designated 1994
Central Park Scenic Landmark, Fifth Avenue to Central Park West, 59th Street to 110th Street, designated 1974
Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, 980 Park Avenue, designated 1969
Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) Complex, 316-332 East 88th Street, designated 1967
City & Suburban Homes Company’s First Avenue Estate, 1168-1200 First Avenue, 401-429 East 64th Street & 402-430 East 65th Street, designated 1990, amended 2006
City & Suburban Homes Company’s York Avenue Estate, roughly bounded by York Avenue, East 77th Street, Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, and East 79th Street, designated 1990
Clarence and Anne Douglass Dillon House, 124 East 80th Street, designated 1967
Dave Hennen and Alice Morris House, 19 East 70th Street, designated 1974
East 73rd Street Buildings, 161-179 and 166-182 East 73rd Street, designated 1980
East 78th Street Houses, 157-165 East 78th Street, designated 1968
East River Houses (later the Shively Sanitary Tenements, now the Cherokee Apartments), 507-523 East 77th Street and 508-522 East 78th Street, designated 1985
Edward S. and Mary Stillman Harkness House, 1 East 75th Street, designated 1967
Emily Trevor House, 15 East 90th Street, designated 1974
Ernesto and Edith Fabbri House, 7 East 95th Street, designated 1974
Felix Warburg Mansion, 1109 Fifth Avenue, designated 1981
George and Martha Whitney House, 120 East 80th Street, designated 1968
George and Sarah Rives House, 67-69 East 79th Street, designated 1981
George F. Baker, Jr., House Complex, 67, 69 & 75 East 93rd Street, designated 1969
George L. McAlpin House, 9 East 90th Street, designated 1974
Gertrude Rhinelander Waldo House, 867 Madison Avenue, designated 1976
Grafton W. and Anne Minot House, 11 East 90th Street, designated 1974
Grand Army Plaza Scenic Landmark, Fifth Avenue & 59th Street, designated 1974
Gustav and Virginia Pagenstrecher House, 21 East 70th Street, designated 1974
Henry Clay and Adelaide Childs Frick House (now the Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library), 1 East 70th Street and 10 East 71st Street, designated 1973
Henry P. and Kate T. Davison House, 690 Park Avenue, designated 1970
Henry T. and Jessie Sloane House, 9 East 72nd Street, designated 1977
Houses at 120-122 East 92nd Street, 120-122 East 92nd Street, designated 1969
Houses at 146-156 East 89th Street, 146-156 East 89th Street, designated 1979
Houses at 208-218 East 78th Street, 208-218 East 78th Street, designated 1978
J. William and Margaretta C. Clark House, 49 East 68th Street, designated 1970
James A. and Florence Sloane Burden House, 7 East 91st Street, designated 1974
James B. Duke House, 1 East 78th Street, designated 1970
John B. and Caroline Trevor House, 11 East 91st Street, designated 1974
John Chandler and Corinne deBebian Moore House, 15 East 70th Street, designated 1974
John H. and Caroline Iselin House, 59 East 79th Street, designated 1981
John Henry and Emily Vanderbilt Sloane Hammond House, 9 East 91st Street, designated 1974
John S. Rogers House, 53 East 79th Street, designated 1967
Knickerbocker Club, 2 East 62nd Street, designated 1979
Lewis Gouverneur and Nathalie Bailey Morris House, 100 East 85th Street, designated 1967
Lewis Spencer and Emily Coster Morris House, 116 East 80th Street, designated 1967
Lucy Dahlgren House, 15 East 96th Street, designated 1984
Madison Avenue Façade of the Squadron A Armory, Madison Avenue between 94th and 95th Streets, designated 1966
Manhattan House, 200 East 66th Street, designated 2007
Metropolitan Club, 1-11 East 60th Street, designated 1979
Metropolitan Museum of Art, East 82nd Street & Fifth Avenue, designated 1967
Mount Sinai Dispensary, 149-151 East 67th Street, designated 1980
Mrs. Amory S. Carhart House, 3 East 95th Street, designated 1974
Municipal Asphalt Plant, East End Avenue between 90th and 91st Streets, designated 1976
Museum of the City of New York, 1220-1227 Fifth Avenue, designated 1967
New York City Fire Department Headquarters (now Fire Engine Company 39 and Ladder Company 16 Station House), 157-159 East 67th Street, designated 1998
New York Public Library – Aguilar Branch, 174 East 110th Street, designated 1996
New York Public Library – Yorkville Branch, 222 East 79th Street, designated 1967
Ogden Codman House, 7 East 96th Street, designated 1967
Oliver D. and Mary Pyne Filley House, 684 Park Avenue, designated 1970
Oliver Gould and Mary Brewster Jennings House, 7 East 72nd Street, designated 1977
Otto and Addie Kahn House, 1 East 91st Street, designated 1974
Park East Synagogue – Congregation Zichron Ephraim, 163 East 67th Street, designated 1980
Payne and Helen Hay Whitney House, 972 Fifth Avenue, designated 1970
Percy and Maud H. Pyne House, 680 Park Avenue, designated 1970
Public School 72, 1674 Lexington Avenue, designated 1996
Queensboro Bridge, 59th Street & East River, designated 1974
R. Livingston and Eleanor T. Beekman House, 854 Fifth Avenue, designated 1969
Reginald and Anna DeKoven House, 1025 Park Avenue, designated 1986
Regis High School, 55 East 84th Street, designated 1969
Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial House, 47 & 49 East 65th Street, designated 1973
Seventh Regiment Armory, 643 Park Avenue, designated 1967
Sidewalk Clock at 1501 3rd Avenue, 1501 3rd Avenue, designated 1981
Sidewalk Clock at 783 Fifth Avenue, 783 Fifth Avenue at East 59th Street, designated 1981
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, designated 1990
St. Cecilia’s Church & Regina Angelorum, 112-120 East 106th Street, designated 1972
St. Jean Baptiste Church, 1067-1071 Lexington Avenue, designated 1969
St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral, 15 East 97th Street, designated 1973
St. Vincent Ferrer Church & Priory, 869 & 871 Lexington Avenue, church designated 1967, priory and school designated 1981
Thatcher M. Adams Residence, 63 East 79th Street, designated 1981
The Arsenal, Central Park at 64th Street, designated 1967
Vincent and Helen Astor House, 130 East 80th Street, designated 1967
Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt House, 60 East 93rd Street, designated 1968
Willard and Dorothy Whitney Straight House, 1130 Fifth Avenue, designated 1968
William and Frances Crocker Sloane House, 686 Park Avenue, designated 1970
William Goadby and Florence Baker Loew House, 56 East 93rd Street, designated 1972
Yorkville Bank Building, 1511 Third Avenue, designated 2012.