Landmark 'Wish List'
 
 

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May 12, 2010: City Council upholds landmark designation of West-Park Presbyterian Church!
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Wish List 2010
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For a map of Wish List sites, please click here.
     
251 West 71st Street
Between Amsterdam and West End Avenues
Herts & Tallant, 1924
Amsterdam Houses
West End to Amsterdam Avenue,
West 61st to 64th Street
Grosvenor Atterbury, Harvey Wiley Corbett, and Arthur C. Holden, 1947
Astor Apartments
2141-57 Broadway at 75th Street
Clinton & Russell, 1905; Peabody, Nilson & Brown, 1914
     
Astor Court
Broadway between 89th and 90th Streets
Charles A. Platt, 1914-16
Ballet Hispanico
167 West 89th Street
Franke Rooke, 1892
Broadway Fashion Building
Broadway and 84th Street
Sugarman & Berger, 1930-31
     
Chelsea Fireproof
Storage Warehouse

264-66 West 107th Street
Wortmann & Braun, 1915
Cliff Dwelling
243 Riverside Drive
at 96th Street
Herman Lee Meader, 1914
The Cornwall
Broadway and 90th Street
Neville and Bagge, 1909-1910
 
Euclid Hall
2345 Broadway between 85th and 86th Streets
Hill and Turner, 1900
First Baptist Church
Broadway and 79th Street
George Keister, 1894
The Hohenzollern
West End Avenue and 84th Street
George Pelham, 1908
 

IRT Electrical Substation
264-66 West 107th Street
1904
IRT Powerhouse
840 12th Avenue at 59th Street
Stanford White, 1904
Ivy Court
210-230 West 107th Street
William c. Hazlett, 1903
     


Joan of Arc
Junior High School

Eric Kebbon, 1941
Level Club
253 West 73rd Street between Broadway and West End Avenue
Clinton & Russell, 1927

Lincoln Center for
the Performing Arts

70 Lincoln Center Plaza
Max Abromovitz, Pietro Belluschi, Gordon Bunshaft, Wallace Harrison, Philip Johnson, Eero Saarinen; 1962-1969
     
Martin Luther King, Jr.
High School

122 Amsterdam Avenue
Frost Associates, 1975
P.S. 165
234 West 109th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue
C.B.J. Snyder, ca. 1900
P.S. 199
270 West 70th Street
Edward Durrell Stone, 1963
 
St. Michael's Church
Amsterdam Avenue and 99th Street
Robert W. Gibson, 1891
West End Presbyterian Church
Amsterdam Avenue and 105th Street
Henry Kilburn, 1891
West Park Presbyterian
Church

Amsterdam Ave and 86th Street
Leopold Eidlitz
(original chapel), 1884
Henry Kilburn
(addition: the church), 1890
     
 
93rd, 94th and 95th Streets Study Area
Central Park West to Amsterdam Avenue
West End Avenue Study Area
70th to 109th Street, Riverside Drive to Broadway
96th-110th Street Survey Project
 
Wishes Come True
 
     
Manhattan Avenue
Historic District

104th to 106th Street
Berkley Garage (originally The New York Cab Company)
318-324 Amsterdam Avenue
C. Abbott French, 1889
Designated November 2006
Former Horn & Hardart Automat
2712 Broadway at 104th Street
F.P. Platt & Brothers, 1930
     
   
P.S. 811 The Mickey Mantle School
466 West End Avenue at 82nd Street
C.B.J. Snyder,, 1894-1896
Designated July 2009
   
     
Click here for a map of all designated Upper West Side landmarks.
 
In Memoriam: The fate of unprotected buildings
 
     
Pyramid Garage
(originally Dakota Stables)

348-354 Amsterdam Avenue
at 77th Street
Bradford L. Gilbert, 189
2 Columbus Circle
Edward Durrell Stone, 1964

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Colonial Club
Henry F. Kilburn, 1892
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