National Register of Historic Places listings in New York

Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in New York listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

There are more than 5,800 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in New York State. Some are listed within each one of the 62 counties in New York State. Of these, 258 are further designated as National Historic Landmarks in New York.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 2, 2016.[1]

Numbers of properties and districts

The numbers of properties and districts in New York State or in any of its 62 counties are not reported by the National Register. Following are approximate tallies of current listings from lists of the specific properties and districts.[2]

House at 3 Crown Street, Nelsonville, in Putnam County
New York State Capitol, in Albany County
Eagle Island Camp, Saranac Lake, in Franklin County
Empire State Building, Manhattan, in New York County
First Baptist Church of Painted Post, Painted Post, in Steuben County
Buffalo City Hall, Buffalo, in Erie County
County # of sites[2]
1.1 Albany: Albany 62
1.2 Albany: Other 147
1.3 Albany: Duplicates (1)[3]
Albany: Total 208
2 Allegany 28
3 Bronx 72
4 Broome 60
5 Cattaraugus 34
6 Cayuga 68
7 Chautauqua 44
8 Chemung 40
9 Chenango 41
10 Clinton 53
11 Columbia 133
12 Cortland 28
13 Delaware 67
14.1 Dutchess: Poughkeepsie 94
14.2 Dutchess: Rhinebeck 40
14.3 Dutchess: Other 122
14.4 Dutchess: Duplicates (1)[4]
Dutchess: Total 255
15.1 Erie: Buffalo 129
15.2 Erie: Other 71
Erie: Total 200
16 Essex 111
17 Franklin 78
18 Fulton 27
19 Genesee 22
20 Greene 98
21 Hamilton 20
22 Herkimer 66
23 Jefferson 143
24 Kings 172
25 Lewis 31
26 Livingston 89
27 Madison 79
28.1 Monroe: Rochester 103
28.2 Monroe: Other 94
28.3 Monroe: Duplicates (1)[5]
Monroe: Total 196
29 Montgomery 60
30.1 Nassau: Hempstead 30
30.2 Nassau: North Hempstead 51
30.3 Nassau: Oyster Bay 65
Nassau: Total 146
31.1 New York: Below 14th 183
31.2 New York: 14th-59th 155
31.3 New York: 59th-110th 106
31.4 New York: Above 110th 88
31.5 New York: Islands 14
31.6 New York: Duplicates (1)[6]
New York: Total 545
32 Niagara 84
33 Oneida 80
34.1 Onondaga: Syracuse 95
34.2 Onondaga: Other 52
34.3 Onondaga: Duplicates (1)[5]
Onondaga: Total 146
35 Ontario 66
36 Orange 180
37 Orleans 26
38 Oswego 92
39 Otsego 71
40 Putnam 51
41 Queens 102
42 Rensselaer 111
43 Richmond 55
44 Rockland 84
45 St. Lawrence 76
46 Saratoga 73
47 Schenectady 73
48 Schoharie 48
49 Schuyler 19
50 Seneca 36
51 Steuben 58
52.1 Suffolk: Babylon 6
52.2 Suffolk: Brookhaven 47
52.3 Suffolk: East Hampton 29
52.4 Suffolk: Huntington 99
52.5 Suffolk: Islip 24
52.6 Suffolk: Riverhead 12
52.7 Suffolk: Shelter Island 9
52.8 Suffolk: Smithtown 22
52.9 Suffolk: Southampton 34
52.10 Suffolk: Southold 24
Suffolk: Duplicates (1)[7]
Suffolk: Total 305
53 Sullivan 76
54 Tioga 55
55 Tompkins 57
56 Ulster 180
57 Warren 73
58 Washington 50
59 Wayne 36
60.1 Westchester: New Rochelle 12
60.2 Westchester: Peekskill 13
60.3 Westchester: Yonkers 27
60.4 Westchester: Northern 92
60.5 Westchester: Southern 88
Westchester: Duplicates (3)[8]
Westchester: Total 229
61 Wyoming 26
62 Yates 66
(duplicates) (58)[9]
Total: 5,840
George Eastman House, Rochester, in Monroe County
Fort Stanwix National Monument, Rome, in Oneida County
Clinton County Courthouse Complex, Plattsburgh, in Clinton County
Hook Windmill, East Hampton, in Suffolk County
US Post Office-Albion, Albion, in Orleans County
Hawley-Green Historic District, Syracuse, in Onondaga County

See also


  1. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 2, 2016.
  2. 1 2 The approximate counts are the best available. There are frequent additions to the listings, and occasional delistings, and the counts here may not be perfectly updated. Also, not counted are most boundary increase listings, which increase the area covered by a historic district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. An exception is Grand Central Terminal Park Avenue Viaduct which is treated here as a separate property, although it was added to the National Register as a boundary increase to the Grand Central Terminal.
  3. The Albany Felt Company Complex is shared between the city of Albany and the neighboring town of Menands, and is thus on both lists.
  4. The Hudson River Heritage Historic District is located in both the Rhinebeck list and the Dutchess County: Other list.
  5. 1 2 The New York State Barge Canal passes through both county and city.
  6. Riverside Park and Drive is located in both the above 59th to 110th Streets list and the above 110th Street list.
  7. Within Suffolk County, Long Island National Cemetery is included for both the towns of Babylon and Huntington.
  8. Within Westchester County:
  9. The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Adirondack Forest Preserve (Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, St. Lawrence and Warren), Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House (Rockland and Westchester), Brooklyn Bridge (Kings and New York), Buskirk Covered Bridge (Rensselaer and Washington), Champlain Canal (Saratoga and Washington), Cypress Avenue West Historic District (Kings and Queens), Delaware and Hudson Canal (Orange, Sullivan and Ulster), Double-Span Metal Pratt Truss Bridge (Clinton and Essex), Earlville Historic District (Chenango and Madison), Beth Olam Cemetery and Evergreens Cemetery (Kings and Queens), Glens Falls Feeder Canal (Warren and Washington), Helen Hill Historic District (Essex and Franklin), Hudson River Heritage Historic District (Columbia and Dutchess), Hudson/Athens Lighthouse (Columbia and Greene), Keeseville Historic District (Clinton and Essex), Manhattan Bridge (Kings and New York), Mechanicville Hydroelectric Plant (Rensselaer and Saratoga), Melius-Bentley House (Columbia and Dutchess), New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District (Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Herkimer, Oneida and St. Lawrence), Palisades Interstate Park (Orange and Rockland), Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge (Ulster and the city of Poughkeepsie) Queensboro Bridge (New York and Queens), Sixteen Mile District (Columbia and Dutchess), Stone Arch Bridge (Clinton and Essex), Swing Bridge (Clinton and Essex), Taconic State Parkway (Columbia, Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester), U.S. Military Academy (Orange and Putnam), USS Spitfire (Clinton and Essex), Washington Bridge (Bronx and New York), New York State Barge Canal (Albany, Saratoga, Schenectady, Montgomery, Herkimer, Oneida, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Cayuga, Seneca, Wayne, Monroe, Orleans, Niagara and Erie. It is not included in the list for Washington County since that portion is already listed as the Champlain Canal).
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