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National Register of Historic Places listings in Buffalo, New York

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Location of Buffalo in New York
Location of Buffalo in New York

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Buffalo, New York.

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This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Buffalo, New York, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 239 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Erie County. The city of Buffalo is the location of 164 of these properties and districts; they are listed here, while the other properties and districts are listed separately. Another two properties in the city were formerly listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 4, 2021.[2]


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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Neighborhood Description
1 20th Century Club May 11, 2011
(#11000270)
595 Delaware Ave.
42°54′01″N 78°52′23″W / 42.9003°N 78.8731°W / 42.9003; -78.8731 (20th Century Club)
Allentown First club founded by women, for women, in the U.S.
2 33-61 Emerson Place Row March 19, 1986
(#86000691)
33-61 Emerson Pl.
42°54′47″N 78°51′38″W / 42.9131°N 78.8606°W / 42.9131; -78.8606 (33-61 Emerson Place Row)
Cold Spring Frame rowhouses built in 1893
3 J.N. Adam-AM&A Historic District February 20, 2009
(#09000056)
Main St., E. Eagle St., Washington St., Ellicott St.
42°53′03″N 78°52′26″W / 42.8842°N 78.8739°W / 42.8842; -78.8739 (J.N. Adam-AM&A Historic District)
Downtown Former J. N. Adam & Co. and AM&A's department store and warehouse complex
4 Albright-Knox Art Gallery May 27, 1971
(#71000538)
1285 Elmwood Ave., in Delaware Park
42°55′56″N 78°52′33″W / 42.9322°N 78.8758°W / 42.9322; -78.8758 (Albright-Knox Art Gallery)
Elmwood Village Contemporary and modern art gallery opened in 1905.
5 Allentown Historic District April 21, 1980
(#80002605)
Off NY 384; also portions of Delaware, Elmwood, S. Elmwood, Linwood, Normal, Plymouth, Porter, and Richmond Aves., and Franklin and Hudson Sts.
42°53′58″N 78°52′47″W / 42.8994°N 78.8797°W / 42.8994; -78.8797 (Allentown Historic District)
all of Allentown and several adjoining sections of the Lower West Side and the Elmwood Village Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of February 14, 2012. A historic district including parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and 733 buildings.
6 Alling & Cory Buffalo Warehouse February 17, 2010
(#10000026)
136 N. Division St.
42°52′59″N 78°52′11″W / 42.8831°N 78.8697°W / 42.8831; -78.8697 (Alling & Cory Buffalo Warehouse)
Downtown
7 American Grain Complex August 7, 2012
(#12000475)
87 Childs St.
42°51′40″N 78°51′57″W / 42.8610°N 78.8657°W / 42.8610; -78.8657 (American Grain Complex)
First Ward
8 American Radiator Company Factory Complex September 29, 2015
(#15000674)
1801-1809 Elmwood Ave.
42°56′44″N 78°52′43″W / 42.9456°N 78.87849°W / 42.9456; -78.87849 (American Radiator Company Factory Complex)
North Park Buildings constructed over 40 years starting in the 1890s were a major research facility in addition to factory; recently converted into residential lofts.
9 Annunciation School December 5, 2008
(#08001139)
257 Lafayette Ave.
42°55′11″N 78°53′18″W / 42.9197°N 78.8883°W / 42.9197; -78.8883 (Annunciation School)
Upper West Side Former parochial school
10 Barcalo Manufacturing Company Factory August 17, 2020
(#100005457)
225 Louisiana St.
42°52′05″N 78°51′57″W / 42.8681°N 78.8657°W / 42.8681; -78.8657 (Barcalo Manufacturing Company Factory)
First Ward
11 Berkeley Apartments October 15, 1987
(#87001852)
24 Johnson Park
42°53′31″N 78°52′35″W / 42.8919°N 78.8764°W / 42.8919; -78.8764 (Berkeley Apartments)
Downtown Reinforced concrete building built 1894-1897
12 Birge-Horton House July 16, 2004
(#04000703)
477 Delaware Ave.
42°53′50″N 78°52′28″W / 42.8972°N 78.8744°W / 42.8972; -78.8744 (Birge-Horton House)
Allentown Rowhouse designed in 1895 and part of "The Midway"
13 Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic Church Buildings August 3, 1979
(#79001579)
317 Leroy Ave
42°55′57″N 78°50′03″W / 42.9325°N 78.8342°W / 42.9325; -78.8342 (Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic Church Buildings)
Highland Park Church in Lombard-Romanesque style built in 1923–1928 with noted mosaics
14 Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Building April 23, 1980
(#80002606)
25 Nottingham Ct.
42°56′07″N 78°52′35″W / 42.9353°N 78.8764°W / 42.9353; -78.8764 (Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Building)
Park Meadow Built for Pan-American Exposition in 1901
15 Buffalo City Hall January 15, 1999
(#98001611)
65 Niagara Sq.
42°53′12″N 78°52′45″W / 42.8867°N 78.8792°W / 42.8867; -78.8792 (Buffalo City Hall)
Downtown Classic 32 story Art Deco municipal building completed in 1931
16 The Buffalo Club April 22, 2021
(#100006481)
388 Delaware Ave.
42°53′41″N 78°52′32″W / 42.8948°N 78.8755°W / 42.8948; -78.8755 (The Buffalo Club)
Downtown
17 Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company Building June 10, 2005
(#05000571)
1219-1247 Main St.
42°54′25″N 78°52′02″W / 42.9069°N 78.8672°W / 42.9069; -78.8672 (Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company Building)
Masten Park Former automobile factory and showroom constructed in 1910
18 Buffalo Gas Light Company Works September 1, 1976
(#76001215)
249 W. Genesee St.
42°53′09″N 78°53′00″W / 42.8858°N 78.8833°W / 42.8858; -78.8833 (Buffalo Gas Light Company Works)
Downtown Remains of gas works complex built originally in 1848
19 Buffalo General Electric Complex May 25, 2018
(#100002509)
960-996 Busti Ave & 990 Niagara St.
42°54′35″N 78°54′01″W / 42.9096°N 78.9004°W / 42.9096; -78.9004 (Buffalo General Electric Complex)
Upper West Side Power station built from 1906 to 1923 helped bring electricity generated at Niagara Falls to city
20 Buffalo Main Light July 19, 1984
(#84002383)
Buffalo River
42°52′49″N 78°53′45″W / 42.8803°N 78.8958°W / 42.8803; -78.8958 (Buffalo Main Light)
First Ward Lighthouse established and lit in 1833 and deactivated in 1914
21 Buffalo Meter Company Building August 7, 2012
(#12000476)
2917 Main St.
42°56′39″N 78°49′51″W / 42.9442°N 78.8308°W / 42.9442; -78.8308 (Buffalo Meter Company Building)
Highland Park
22 Buffalo Milk Company Building December 13, 2016
(#16000839)
885 Niagara St.
42°54′27″N 78°53′52″W / 42.90750°N 78.89778°W / 42.90750; -78.89778 (Buffalo Milk Company Building)
Lower West Side Intact 1905 Renaissance Revival structure was first in city to be used for homogenization and pasteurization of milk
23 Buffalo North Breakwater South End Light August 4, 1983
(#83001669)
Buffalo Harbor
42°52′49″N 78°53′45″W / 42.880278°N 78.895833°W / 42.880278; -78.895833 (Buffalo North Breakwater South End Light)
First Ward Beacon lit in 1903 and removed in 1985
24 Buffalo Public School No. 24 December 13, 2016
(#16000840)
775 Best St.
42°54′12″N 78°50′21″W / 42.90339°N 78.83904°W / 42.90339; -78.83904 (Buffalo Public School No. 24)
Humboldt Park 1901 school became home to city's first special education classes during 1930s.
25 Buffalo Public School No. 44 (PS 44) July 27, 2018
(#100002735)
1369 Broadway
42°53′46″N 78°49′27″W / 42.8962°N 78.8242°W / 42.8962; -78.8242 (Buffalo Public School No. 44 (PS 44))
Broadway-Fillmore Two phases of brick school building, first in 1909–10 and second in 1930, demonstrate evolution of standardized urban public school designs in the early 20th century.
26 Buffalo Public School No. 57 (PS 57) July 27, 2018
(#100002736)
243 Sears Street
42°53′36″N 78°50′08″W / 42.8933°N 78.83569°W / 42.8933; -78.83569 (Buffalo Public School No. 57 (PS 57))
Broadway-Fillmore 1914 Classical Revival school, originally built as extension of now-demolished main building, exemplifies standards of early 20th century urban public school design.
27 Buffalo Public School No. 77 (PS 77) July 24, 2017
(#100001361)
429 Plymouth Ave.
42°54′33″N 78°53′31″W / 42.90928°N 78.89204°W / 42.90928; -78.89204 (Buffalo Public School No. 77 (PS 77))
Lower West Side 1927 public school typifies standardization of school design in that era.
28 Buffalo Public School No. 78 (PS 78) January 30, 2020
(#100004917)
345 Olympic Ave.
42°55′55″N 78°49′04″W / 42.9319°N 78.8178°W / 42.9319; -78.8178 (Buffalo Public School No. 78 (PS 78))
Kensington-Bailey Intact 1927 public elementary school with all features of schools from that era
29 Buffalo Seminary May 11, 2011
(#11000271)
205 Bidwell Parkway
42°55′28″N 78°52′30″W / 42.924444°N 78.875°W / 42.924444; -78.875 (Buffalo Seminary)
Elmwood Village Mid-19th-century girls' school housed in 1909 Tudor Revival building
30 Buffalo Smelting Works October 18, 2011
(#11000738)
23 Austin St.
42°56′07″N 78°54′14″W / 42.935333°N 78.904022°W / 42.935333; -78.904022 (Buffalo Smelting Works)
Black Rock
31 Buffalo State Hospital January 12, 1973
(#73001186)
400 Forest Ave.
42°55′49″N 78°52′59″W / 42.930278°N 78.883056°W / 42.930278; -78.883056 (Buffalo State Hospital)
Elmwood Village Landmark defining architect H. H. Richardson's Richardsonian Romanesque style
32 Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club December 5, 2008
(#08001141)
314 Elmwood Ave.
42°54′20″N 78°52′38″W / 42.905556°N 78.877222°W / 42.905556; -78.877222 (Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club)
Elmwood Village Clubhouse building located constructed in 1915-1916
33 Buffalo Trunk Manufacturing Company Building February 17, 2010
(#10000027)
125 Cherry St.
42°53′38″N 78°51′40″W / 42.893889°N 78.861111°W / 42.893889; -78.861111 (Buffalo Trunk Manufacturing Company Building)
Near East Side
34 Buffalo Zoo Entrance Court May 22, 2013
(#13000305)
Parkside Ave. & Amherst St.
42°56′23″N 78°51′06″W / 42.939819°N 78.851742°W / 42.939819; -78.851742 (Buffalo Zoo Entrance Court)
Parkside Surviving work from early 20th century by early African-American architect.
35 F.N. Burt Company Factory March 6, 2013
(#13000053)
500 Seneca Street
42°52′40″N 78°51′26″W / 42.877694°N 78.85712°W / 42.877694; -78.85712 (F.N. Burt Company Factory)
The Hydraulics
36 F.N. Burt Company Factory "C" April 17, 2017
(#100000891)
1502 Niagara Street
42°55′30″N 78°53′53″W / 42.92498°N 78.89812°W / 42.92498; -78.89812 (F.N. Burt Company Factory "C")
Upper West Side 1911 factory built to then state of art
37 The Calumet November 29, 2010
(#10000958)
46-58 W. Chippewa St. / 233 Franklin St.
42°53′25″N 78°52′29″W / 42.890278°N 78.874722°W / 42.890278; -78.874722 (The Calumet)
Downtown
38 Cazenovia Park-South Park System March 30, 1982
(#82005028)
South Park, NW along McKinley Pkwy. to Cazenovia Park, NW along McKinley Pkwy. to Heacock Park
42°50′22″N 78°49′16″W / 42.839444°N 78.821111°W / 42.839444; -78.821111 (Cazenovia Park-South Park System)
South Buffalo Park and parkways system located in South Buffalo; location of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
39 Chandler Street Industrial Buildings November 9, 2018
(#100003112)
27–63 Chandler Street
42°56′35″N 78°53′23″W / 42.9430°N 78.8898°W / 42.9430; -78.8898 (Chandler Street Industrial Buildings)
Black Rock Three intact buildings built 1902–03 to take advantage of New York Central's newly constructed Buffalo Belt Line
40 CLARA BROWN (sloop) March 20, 2013
(#13000098)
First Buffalo River Marina, 32 Fuhrmann Blvd.
42°52′26″N 78°52′52″W / 42.873754°N 78.881091°W / 42.873754; -78.881091 (CLARA BROWN (sloop))
First Ward Distinctive sloop designed for races on Lake Champlain by noted naval architect John G. Alden
41 Robert T. Coles House and Studio August 30, 2011
(#11000594)
321 Humboldt Pkwy.
42°55′30″N 78°50′50″W / 42.925°N 78.847222°W / 42.925; -78.847222 (Robert T. Coles House and Studio)
Hamlin Park Innovative modernist home of prominent African-American architect anticipated expansion of street by putting rear of building to it
42 Colonial Flats and Annex April 30, 2018
(#100002366)
399-401 Delaware Ave.
42°53′43″N 78°52′30″W / 42.8952°N 78.8750°W / 42.8952; -78.8750 (Colonial Flats and Annex)
Allentown 1896 brick structure is the only apartment building downtown built for that purpose; current structure reflects three different phases of construction
43 Colored Musicians Club August 28, 2018
(#100002833)
145 Broadway
42°53′12″N 78°52′04″W / 42.8867°N 78.8679°W / 42.8867; -78.8679 (Colored Musicians Club)
Near East Side Home to oldest continuously operating African American musicians' organization in the U.S.
44 COLUMBIA (Steamer) November 2, 1979
(#79001171)
Marine A Grain Elevator, Buffalo River at Silo City Row
42°51′39″N 78°51′44″W / 42.860878°N 78.862312°W / 42.860878; -78.862312 (COLUMBIA (Steamer))
First Ward Designed by noted naval architect Frank E. Kirby;[5] one of the last two remaining turn-of-the-century excursion steamships in existence, having ferried passengers from Detroit to Bois Blanc Island until 1991. Currently docked on the Buffalo River while undergoing repairs.[6] Register record transferred to Buffalo December 20, 2017.
45 Concordia Cemetery February 28, 2008
(#08000106)
438 Walden Ave.
42°54′22″N 78°49′11″W / 42.906111°N 78.819722°W / 42.906111; -78.819722 (Concordia Cemetery)
Genesee-Moselle German Lutheran Cemetery established in 1859
46 Concrete-Central Elevator May 19, 2003
(#03000410)
175 Buffalo River
42°51′37″N 78°51′20″W / 42.860278°N 78.855556°W / 42.860278; -78.855556 (Concrete-Central Elevator)
First Ward Grain elevator built between 1915 and 1917 and in operation until 1973
47 Connecticut Street Armory January 12, 1995
(#94001543)
184 Connecticut St.
42°54′14″N 78°53′39″W / 42.903889°N 78.894167°W / 42.903889; -78.894167 (Connecticut Street Armory)
Lower West Side National Guard armory built in 1899
48 Corpus Christi R. C. Church Complex June 27, 2007
(#07000630)
199 Clark St.
42°53′29″N 78°50′10″W / 42.891389°N 78.836111°W / 42.891389; -78.836111 (Corpus Christi R. C. Church Complex)
Broadway-Fillmore Massive sandstone church built about 1900
49 County and City Hall May 24, 1976
(#76001216)
92 Franklin St.
42°53′03″N 78°52′42″W / 42.884167°N 78.878333°W / 42.884167; -78.878333 (County and City Hall)
Downtown Granite courthouse building constructed between 1871 and 1875
50 Harlow C. Curtiss Building December 5, 2008
(#08001142)
204-210 Franklin St.
42°53′21″N 78°52′33″W / 42.889167°N 78.875833°W / 42.889167; -78.875833 (Harlow C. Curtiss Building)
Downtown Office building built in 1912
51 Dayton House October 18, 2011
(#11000739)
243 Dearborn St.
42°56′09″N 78°54′05″W / 42.93595°N 78.9015°W / 42.93595; -78.9015 (Dayton House)
Black Rock
52 Delaware Avenue Historic District January 17, 1974
(#74001232)
Western side of Delaware Ave. between North and Bryant Sts.
42°54′20″N 78°52′23″W / 42.905556°N 78.873056°W / 42.905556; -78.873056 (Delaware Avenue Historic District)
Delaware District Historic district encompassing area once known as Millionaires' Row.
53 Delaware Avenue Medical Center August 8, 2019
(#100004247)
1275 Delaware Avenue
42°55′02″N 78°52′05″W / 42.9171°N 78.8681°W / 42.9171; -78.8681 (Delaware Avenue Medical Center)
Delaware District International Style 1958 building that was the first in the city built to house multiple physicians' practices; considered the most advanced such medical center in the country at the time
54 Delaware Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church November 15, 2003
(#03001149)
339 Delaware Ave.
42°53′37″N 78°52′31″W / 42.893611°N 78.875278°W / 42.893611; -78.875278 (Delaware Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church)
Downtown Church constructed in two phases between 1871 and 1876; now home to Righteous Babe Records
55 Delaware Park-Front Park System March 30, 1982
(#82005029)
Front Park, Porter Ave. to Symphony Cir., north along Richmond Ave., Bidwell Pkwy., Gates Cir. and Delaware Park
42°55′10″N 78°52′47″W / 42.919444°N 78.879722°W / 42.919444; -78.879722 (Delaware Park-Front Park System)
Includes portions of the Lower West Side, Delaware District, and Elmwood Village Park and parkway system in north and west Buffalo; connects city neighborhoods and major cultural landmarks such as Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, Buffalo Zoo, and Kleinhans Music Hall
56 Edward A. Diebolt House July 12, 2006
(#06000565)
62 Niagara Falls Blvd.
42°57′53″N 78°49′23″W / 42.964722°N 78.823056°W / 42.964722; -78.823056 (Edward A. Diebolt House)
University Heights Colonial Revival style frame house built in 1922-1923
57 William Dorsheimer House November 21, 1980
(#80002607)
434 Delaware Ave.
42°53′46″N 78°52′31″W / 42.896111°N 78.875278°W / 42.896111; -78.875278 (William Dorsheimer House)
Allentown Brick dwelling designed and built in 1868 by Henry Hobson Richardson (1838–1886) for William Dorsheimer (1832–1888)
58 Durham Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church September 15, 1983
(#83001670)
174 E. Eagle St.
42°53′00″N 78°52′07″W / 42.883333°N 78.868611°W / 42.883333; -78.868611 (Durham Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church)
Near East Side African American brick church constructed in 1920
59 Eberz House October 18, 2011
(#11000740)
285 Dearborn St.
42°56′14″N 78°54′08″W / 42.937092°N 78.902144°W / 42.937092; -78.902144 (Eberz House)
Black Rock
60 EDWARD M. COTTER (fireboat) June 28, 1996
(#96000968)
Junction of Michigan and Ohio Sts. on the Buffalo River
42°51′41″N 78°50′41″W / 42.861389°N 78.844722°W / 42.861389; -78.844722 (EDWARD M. COTTER (fireboat))
Cobblestone District Fireboat built in 1900 and rebuilt in 1953
61 Elmwood Historic District–East March 22, 2016
(#16000108)
Portions of Auburn, Bird, Cleveland, Delaware, Elmwood, Forest & Hodge Aves., Anderson, Atlantic & Berkley Pls.
42°55′03″N 78°52′31″W / 42.9174942°N 78.8752755°W / 42.9174942; -78.8752755 (Elmwood Historic District–East)
The entire portion of the Elmwood Village lying to the east of Elmwood Avenue, plus an adjoining portion of the Delaware District Early suburban neighborhood that developed along trolley lines
62 Elmwood Historic District–West December 4, 2012
(#12000996)
Roughly Ashland, Auburn, Bird, Claremont, Elmwood, Forest, Highland, Hodge, Lafayette, Lexington, Norwood Aves.
42°55′07″N 78°52′43″W / 42.918679°N 78.878627°W / 42.918679; -78.878627 (Elmwood Historic District–West)
The entire portion of the Elmwood Village lying to the west of Elmwood Avenue, plus adjoining portions of the Upper and Lower West Sides Early suburban neighborhood that developed along trolley lines
63 Engine House No. 2 and Hook and Ladder No. 9 May 11, 2011
(#11000272)
310 Jersey St.
42°54′08″N 78°53′11″W / 42.902222°N 78.886389°W / 42.902222; -78.886389 (Engine House No. 2 and Hook and Ladder No. 9)
Lower West Side
64 Engine House No. 28 May 25, 2001
(#01000554)
1170 Lovejoy St.
42°53′23″N 78°48′18″W / 42.889722°N 78.805°W / 42.889722; -78.805 (Engine House No. 28)
Lovejoy Queen Anne style firehouse built in 1897
65 Faith Missionary Baptist Church July 27, 2018
(#100002737)
626 Humboldt Parkway
42°55′05″N 78°50′34″W / 42.91809°N 78.84279°W / 42.91809; -78.84279 (Faith Missionary Baptist Church)
Delavan-Grider Synagogue built in 1924 for area's Jewish population has since become an African-American church
66 Fargo Estate Historic District February 2, 2016
(#15001024)
Portions of Fargo, Normal, Plymouth, Porter, Prospect & West Aves., Jersey & Pennsylvania Sts., Cobb Alley
42°54′03″N 78°53′26″W / 42.9009369°N 78.8905197°W / 42.9009369; -78.8905197 (Fargo Estate Historic District)
Lower West Side Estate demolished at beginning of the 20th century led to rapid development of middle class housing
67 First Unitarian Church of Buffalo June 30, 2015
(#15000367)
695 Elmwood Ave.
42°54′56″N 78°52′35″W / 42.9156°N 78.8765°W / 42.9156; -78.8765 (First Unitarian Church of Buffalo)
Elmwood Village
68 Forest Lawn Cemetery May 10, 1990
(#90000688)
1411 Delaware Ave.
42°55′38″N 78°51′44″W / 42.927222°N 78.862222°W / 42.927222; -78.862222 (Forest Lawn Cemetery)
Delaware District Cemetery of 250 acres (1.0 km2) founded in 1849
69 Fosdick-Masten Park High School June 30, 1983
(#83001672)
Masten Ave. and E. North St.
42°54′11″N 78°51′38″W / 42.903056°N 78.860556°W / 42.903056; -78.860556 (Fosdick-Masten Park High School)
Masten Park Public high school building built 1912-1914
70 Garret Club January 4, 2007
(#06001212)
91 Cleveland Ave.
42°55′04″N 78°52′22″W / 42.917778°N 78.872778°W / 42.917778; -78.872778 (Garret Club)
Elmwood Village Former clubhouse building built in 1929
71 General Electric Tower September 12, 2008
(#08000865)
535 Washington St.
42°53′19″N 78°52′20″W / 42.888611°N 78.872222°W / 42.888611; -78.872222 (General Electric Tower)
Downtown Beaux-Arts Classical Revival style office building built in 1912
72 The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company Warehouse January 5, 2016
(#15000819)
545 Swan St.
42°52′41″N 78°51′27″W / 42.877975°N 78.8575377°W / 42.877975; -78.8575377 (The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company Warehouse)
The Hydraulics Primary warehouse for the first U.S. nationwide retailer, built in 1917
73 E.M. Hager & Sons Company Building May 22, 2013
(#13000306)
141 Elm Street
42°53′07″N 78°52′10″W / 42.885169°N 78.869344°W / 42.885169; -78.869344 (E.M. Hager & Sons Company Building)
Downtown One of the few planing mills left in city, built in 1878
74 Hamlin Park Historic District July 3, 2013
(#13000462)
Beverly, Donaldson, Hamlin, & Lonsdale Rds., Blaine, Butler, E. Delevan, Goulding, Hughes, Jefferson & Loring Aves.
42°55′13″N 78°50′53″W / 42.920201°N 78.84816°W / 42.920201; -78.84816 (Hamlin Park Historic District)
Hamlin Park Early developed neighborhood became home to many middle-class African-Americans
75 Edmund B. Hayes Hall June 21, 2016
(#16000394)
3435 Main St.
42°57′12″N 78°49′14″W / 42.9533594°N 78.8204393°W / 42.9533594; -78.8204393 (Edmund B. Hayes Hall)
University Heights Expanded from an almshouse in 1925–26 to become main building of unified UB campus
76 Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation November 13, 2002
(#02001329)
1000 Delaware Ave.
42°54′39″N 78°52′20″W / 42.910833°N 78.872222°W / 42.910833; -78.872222 (Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation)
Delaware District Gothic Revival style church constructed in 1906 as home to North Presbyterian Church
77 Hotel Lafayette August 19, 2010
(#10000555)
391 Washington St.
42°53′04″N 78°52′22″W / 42.884444°N 78.872778°W / 42.884444; -78.872778 (Hotel Lafayette)
Downtown
78 Houk Manufacturing Co. February 14, 2014
(#14000003)
300–320 Grote St.,
1686–1700 Elmwood Ave.

42°56′32″N 78°52′48″W / 42.942264°N 78.8800479°W / 42.942264; -78.8800479 (Houk Manufacturing Co.)
Black Rock
79 House at 218 Dearborn Street October 18, 2011
(#11000741)
218 Dearborn St.
42°56′07″N 78°54′07″W / 42.935203°N 78.901806°W / 42.935203; -78.901806 (House at 218 Dearborn Street)
Black Rock
80 James and Fanny How House May 23, 1997
(#97000415)
41 St. Catherine's Crt.
42°54′59″N 78°52′28″W / 42.916389°N 78.874444°W / 42.916389; -78.874444 (James and Fanny How House)
Elmwood Village Tudor Revival house designed in 1924
81 E. & B. Holmes Machinery Company Building June 2, 2009
(#09000376)
55-59 Chicago St.
42°52′11″N 78°52′08″W / 42.8697°N 78.8689°W / 42.8697; -78.8689 (E. & B. Holmes Machinery Company Building)
First Ward Former barrel machinery manufacturing complex
82 Edgar W. Howell House November 15, 2007
(#07001203)
52 Lexington Ave.
42°54′46″N 78°52′21″W / 42.9128°N 78.8725°W / 42.9128; -78.8725 (Edgar W. Howell House)
Delaware District Late Victorian Eclectic house dated to 1889
83 The Huyler Building February 8, 2012
(#12000010)
374 Delaware Ave.
42°53′41″N 78°52′32″W / 42.8946°N 78.8756°W / 42.8946; -78.8756 (The Huyler Building)
Allentown
84 Ingleside Home May 25, 2018
(#100002511)
70 Harvard Place
42°55′10″N 78°51′47″W / 42.9194°N 78.8631°W / 42.9194; -78.8631 (Ingleside Home)
Oxford 1929 Colonial Revival building for institution that provided social services and health care to women in need through 1976. Currently being remodeled into apartments.
85 Edwin M. and Emily S. Johnston House May 23, 1997
(#97000416)
24 Tudor Pl.
42°55′01″N 78°52′30″W / 42.9169°N 78.875°W / 42.9169; -78.875 (Edwin M. and Emily S. Johnston House)
Elmwood Village Colonial Revival house designed in 1934 by Bley & Lyman
86 The Kamman Building March 1, 2010
(#10000043)
755 Seneca St.
42°52′33″N 78°50′57″W / 42.8758°N 78.8492°W / 42.8758; -78.8492 (The Kamman Building)
The Hydraulics
87 The Karnak Flats December 13, 2016
(#16000841)
87 Whitney Place
42°53′36″N 78°52′53″W / 42.8933°N 78.8813°W / 42.8933; -78.8813 (The Karnak Flats)
Lower West Side 1898 Colonial Revival apartment building targeted to affluent buyers looking to move out of downtown
88 Col. William Kelly House May 23, 1997
(#97000414)
36 Tudor Place
42°55′01″N 78°52′30″W / 42.9169°N 78.875°W / 42.9169; -78.875 (Col. William Kelly House)
Elmwood Village Colonial Revival house constructed in 1937
89 Kensington Gardens Apartment Complex December 7, 2010
(#10000989)
1, 2, 3 W. Cleveland Dr.
42°56′30″N 78°47′59″W / 42.9417°N 78.7997°W / 42.9417; -78.7997 (Kensington Gardens Apartment Complex)
Kensington-Bailey
90 Martin Luther King, Jr. Park March 30, 1982
(#82005027)
Roughly bounded by Northampton St., E. Parade Ave., Best St. and Kensington Expressway
42°54′19″N 78°50′26″W / 42.9053°N 78.8406°W / 42.9053; -78.8406 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Park)
Humboldt Park Location of the Buffalo Museum of Science; park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted
91 Kleinhans Music Hall June 29, 1989
(#89001235)
Symphony Circle
42°54′06″N 78°53′00″W / 42.9017°N 78.8833°W / 42.9017; -78.8833 (Kleinhans Music Hall)
Lower West Side Home of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and designed by Eliel Saarinen with his son Eero Saarinen, built 1938-1940
92 Kreiner Malt House and Grain Elevator December 8, 2017
(#100001883)
50 Elk St.
42°52′11″N 78°51′08″W / 42.8697°N 78.8521°W / 42.8697; -78.8521 (Kreiner Malt House and Grain Elevator)
The Valley
93 Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church August 21, 2009
(#09000630)
875 Elmwood Ave.
42°55′15″N 78°52′37″W / 42.9208°N 78.8769°W / 42.9208; -78.8769 (Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church)
Elmwood Village
94 Lafayette Flats December 21, 2020
(#100005913)
115-135 Lafayette Ave.
42°55′12″N 78°53′38″W / 42.9201°N 78.8939°W / 42.9201; -78.8939 (Lafayette Flats)
Upper West Side
95 Lafayette High School December 3, 1980
(#80002608)
370 Lafayette Ave.
42°55′15″N 78°53′05″W / 42.9208°N 78.8847°W / 42.9208; -78.8847 (Lafayette High School)
Upper West Side Public high school building built 1901-1903
96 Laurel and Michigan Avenues Row March 19, 1986
(#86000688)
1335-1345 Michigan Ave.
42°54′36″N 78°51′45″W / 42.91°N 78.8625°W / 42.91; -78.8625 (Laurel and Michigan Avenues Row)
Cold Spring Former frame rowhouse structure demolished in 1997
97 Linde Air Products Factory September 11, 2017
(#100001584)
155 Chandler St.
42°56′36″N 78°53′09″W / 42.9432°N 78.8859°W / 42.9432; -78.8859 (Linde Air Products Factory)
Black Rock First oxygen preparation facility in U.S. built in 1907
98 Macedonia Baptist Church February 12, 1974
(#74001233)
511 Michigan Ave.
42°53′10″N 78°52′03″W / 42.8861°N 78.8675°W / 42.8861; -78.8675 (Macedonia Baptist Church)
Near East Side African American Baptist church constructed in 1845
99 Market Square Historic District October 18, 2011
(#11000743)
Amherst St. between Niagara and Tonawanda Sts., and portions of Dearborn and East Sts.
42°56′06″N 78°54′01″W / 42.935°N 78.9004°W / 42.935; -78.9004 (Market Square Historic District)
Black Rock
100 Darwin D. Martin House Complex December 30, 1975
(#75001185)
123 Jewett Parkway
42°56′11″N 78°50′53″W / 42.9364°N 78.8481°W / 42.9364; -78.8481 (Darwin D. Martin House Complex)
Parkside House and related structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
101 H. A. Meldrum Company Building May 29, 2013
(#13000330)
265–267 Pearl St.
42°53′11″N 78°52′31″W / 42.88644°N 78.87533°W / 42.88644; -78.87533 (H. A. Meldrum Company Building)
Downtown Early 20th-century home of department store
102 The Mentholatum Company Building February 21, 2017
(#100000657)
1360 Niagara St.
42°55′16″N 78°53′56″W / 42.9212°N 78.8988°W / 42.9212; -78.8988 (The Mentholatum Company Building)
Upper West Side
103 C. W. Miller Livery Stable December 11, 2007
(#07001259)
75 W. Huron St.
42°53′29″N 78°52′34″W / 42.8914°N 78.8761°W / 42.8914; -78.8761 (C. W. Miller Livery Stable)
Downtown Late 19th century multi-story livery stable
104 Monarch Knitting Company Factory March 7, 2019
(#100003432)
10 Doat St.
42°54′35″N 78°49′15″W / 42.9098°N 78.8207°W / 42.9098; -78.8207 (Monarch Knitting Company Factory)
Genesee-Moselle
105 Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House January 4, 2007
(#06001210)
36 Nash St.
42°53′09″N 78°52′01″W / 42.8858°N 78.8669°W / 42.8858; -78.8669 (Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House)
Near East Side Queen Anne style dwelling constructed in 1892
106 New York Central Black Rock Freight House May 18, 2018
(#MP100002461)
68–120 Tonawanda St.
42°55′56″N 78°53′51″W / 42.9321°N 78.8974°W / 42.9321; -78.8974 (New York Central Black Rock Freight House)
Black Rock Only remaining rail freight house in the city
107 New York Central Terminal September 7, 1984
(#84002389)
495 Paderewski Dr.
42°53′18″N 78°49′54″W / 42.8883°N 78.8317°W / 42.8883; -78.8317 (New York Central Terminal)
Broadway-Fillmore Former central passenger terminal for New York Central Railroad
108 Niagara Lithograph Company December 21, 2020
(#100005920)
1050 Niagara St.
42°54′44″N 78°54′00″W / 42.9121°N 78.8999°W / 42.9121; -78.8999 (Niagara Lithograph Company)
Upper West Side
109 Niagara Machine and Tool Works Factory March 26, 2018
(#100002255)
631 & 683 Northland Ave.
42°55′08″N 78°50′05″W / 42.9188°N 78.8348°W / 42.9188; -78.8348 (Niagara Machine and Tool Works Factory)
Delavan-Grider 1910 industrial facility is one of the oldest built in 20th-century Buffalo
110 North Park Branch Library November 9, 2018
(#100003113)
2351 Delaware Ave.
42°56′54″N 78°52′04″W / 42.9482°N 78.8679°W / 42.9482; -78.8679 (North Park Branch Library)
North Park 1928 building is only Tudor Revival branch library in city designed by city architect Howard Beck
111 Packard Motor Car Showroom and Storage Facility July 14, 2006
(#06000561)
1325 Main St.
42°54′35″N 78°51′59″W / 42.9097°N 78.8664°W / 42.9097; -78.8664 (Packard Motor Car Showroom and Storage Facility)
Cold Spring Reinforced concrete automobile showroom designed in 1926 by Albert Kahn
112 Parke Apartments May 30, 2007
(#07000492)
33 Gates Circle
42°55′14″N 78°52′08″W / 42.9206°N 78.8689°W / 42.9206; -78.8689 (Parke Apartments)
Delaware District Large apartment building built 1926-1927
113 Parkside Candy Shoppe and Factory November 16, 2015
(#15000799)
3208 Main St.
42°57′06″N 78°49′40″W / 42.9517°N 78.8279°W / 42.9517; -78.8279 (Parkside Candy Shoppe and Factory)
University Heights Working candy shop built in late 1920s, still making its own product on site
114 Parkside East Historic District October 17, 1986
(#86002817)
Roughly bounded by Parkside Ave., Amherst St., Colvin Ave., New York Central RR tracks, Main St., and Humboldt Ave.
42°56′09″N 78°50′59″W / 42.9358°N 78.8497°W / 42.9358; -78.8497 (Parkside East Historic District)
Parkside Historic district of 1,769 contributing structures developed primarily from 1876 to 1936, as a middle class residential neighborhood
115 Parkside West Historic District December 10, 1986
(#86003372)
Roughly bounded by Amherst St., Nottingham Terr., Middlesex Rd., and Delaware Ave.
42°56′15″N 78°52′01″W / 42.9375°N 78.8669°W / 42.9375; -78.8669 (Parkside West Historic District)
Park Meadow Historic district of 137 contributing structures developed primarily from 1923 to 1940, as a middle class residential neighborhood
116 Pierce Arrow Factory Complex October 1, 1974
(#74001234)
Elmwood and Great Arrow Aves.
42°56′34″N 78°52′26″W / 42.9428°N 78.8739°W / 42.9428; -78.8739 (Pierce Arrow Factory Complex)
Park Meadow Former Pierce-Arrow automobile factory complex and designed by Albert Kahn in about 1906
117 Prospect Hill Historic District October 4, 2016
(#16000694)
Columbus Pkwy., Columbus Park W., Busti & Rhode Island Aves., Niagara & Vermont Sts.
42°54′22″N 78°53′55″W / 42.9062°N 78.8985°W / 42.9062; -78.8985 (Prospect Hill Historic District)
Lower West Side Streetcar suburb built over a century starting from 1860s on former estate was home to many successful Italian Americans in Buffalo
118 Prudential Building March 20, 1973
(#73001187)
Church and Pearl Sts.
42°52′58″N 78°52′36″W / 42.8828°N 78.8767°W / 42.8828; -78.8767 (Prudential Building)
Downtown Early skyscraper office building designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler, and built in 1894
119 Public School No. 60 August 18, 2014
(#14000489)
238 Ontario St.
42°57′04″N 78°54′12″W / 42.9512°N 78.9033°W / 42.9512; -78.9033 (Public School No. 60)
Riverside Early 20th-century school instrumental in developing the Black Rock neighborhood
120 Public School No. 63 August 25, 2016
(#16000587)
91 Lisbon Ave.
42°56′51″N 78°49′37″W / 42.9474°N 78.8269°W / 42.9474; -78.8269 (Public School No. 63)
Kensington-Bailey 1917 building, expanded eight years later, is excellent surviving example of early 20th-century open-plan standardized school. Soon to be converted into apartments.
121 The Rae Flats and The Raleigh December 13, 2016
(#16000842)
346 and 354 Franklin St.
42°53′40″N 78°52′27″W / 42.8944°N 78.8741°W / 42.8944; -78.8741 (The Rae Flats and The Raleigh)
Allentown 1890s apartment buildings representing transformation of apartment living during that era
122 Richmond Avenue Methodist-Episcopal Church December 5, 2008
(#08001143)
525 W. Ferry St.
42°54′56″N 78°52′53″W / 42.915556°N 78.881389°W / 42.915556; -78.881389 (Richmond Avenue Methodist-Episcopal Church)
Elmwood Village Church complex constructed between 1885 and 1898 built of Medina sandstone; now home to Upper West Side Arts Center
123 Riverside Park March 30, 1982
(#82005026)
Roughly bounded by Vulcan, Tonawanda, Crowley, and Niagara St.
42°57′20″N 78°54′32″W / 42.955556°N 78.908889°W / 42.955556; -78.908889 (Riverside Park)
Riverside Park located in northwest Buffalo overlooking the Niagara River
124 Robertson–Cataract Electric Building February 8, 2012
(#12000011)
100, 126 S. Elmwood
42°53′18″N 78°52′46″W / 42.888425°N 78.879403°W / 42.888425; -78.879403 (Robertson–Cataract Electric Building)
Downtown
125 Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site November 2, 1966
(#66000516)
641 Delaware Ave.
42°57′20″N 78°54′32″W / 42.955556°N 78.908889°W / 42.955556; -78.908889 (Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site)
Allentown Home where Theodore Roosevelt took the oath of office as President of the United States on September 14, 1901, following the assassination of William McKinley
126 Saturn Club May 19, 2005
(#05000444)
977 Delaware Ave.
42°54′38″N 78°52′13″W / 42.910556°N 78.870278°W / 42.910556; -78.870278 (Saturn Club)
Delaware District Tudor Revival clubhouse structure opened in 1922
127 Schaefer and Brother Malt House December 3, 2019
(#100004737)
520 Seventh St.
42°53′55″N 78°53′31″W / 42.8987°N 78.8919°W / 42.8987; -78.8919 (Schaefer and Brother Malt House)
Lower West Side 1880 malt house with attached grain elevator later used as chocolate factory
128 School 13 March 15, 2005
(#05000161)
266-268 Oak St.
42°53′20″N 78°52′13″W / 42.8889°N 78.8703°W / 42.8889; -78.8703 (School 13)
Downtown Former school building built in 1915
129 Shea's Buffalo Theater May 6, 1975
(#75001186)
646 Main St.
42°53′29″N 78°52′25″W / 42.891389°N 78.873611°W / 42.891389; -78.873611 (Shea's Buffalo Theater)
Downtown Former movie palace originally called Shea's Buffalo and opened in 1926
130 Shea's Seneca Building December 8, 2017
(#100001884)
2178 Seneca St.
42°51′12″N 78°48′26″W / 42.853305°N 78.807357°W / 42.853305; -78.807357 (Shea's Seneca Building)
South Buffalo
131 Sibley and Holmwood Candy Factory and Witkop and Holmes Headquarters July 11, 2014
(#14000398)
149 & 145 Swan Street
42°52′50″N 78°52′13″W / 42.880545°N 78.870233°W / 42.880545; -78.870233 (Sibley and Holmwood Candy Factory and Witkop and Holmes Headquarters)
Near East Side Well-preserved factory near downtown recently remodeled into apartments
132 Sinclair, Rooney & Co. Building February 2, 2016
(#15001025)
465 Washington St.
42°53′12″N 78°52′29″W / 42.8867576°N 78.8746728°W / 42.8867576; -78.8746728 (Sinclair, Rooney & Co. Building)
Downtown 1909 factory building meant to be flexible and adaptable for different kinds of manufacturing
133 St. Andrew's Episcopal Church June 9, 2010
(#10000333)
3105 Main St.
42°50′07″N 78°52′03″W / 42.835278°N 78.8675°W / 42.835278; -78.8675 (St. Andrew's Episcopal Church)
University Heights
134 St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex September 8, 1983
(#83001674)
Sherman and Peckham Sts.
42°53′17″N 78°50′48″W / 42.888056°N 78.846667°W / 42.888056; -78.846667 (St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex)
Broadway-Fillmore Former Evangelical Lutheran church complex consisting of church, parish house, and school constructed 1859-1892
135 St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Parish Complex August 20, 2009
(#09000631)
157 East St.
42°56′09″N 78°54′01″W / 42.935833°N 78.900278°W / 42.935833; -78.900278 (St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Parish Complex)
Black Rock
136 St. Paul's Cathedral (Buffalo) December 23, 1987
(#87002600)
125 and/or 139 Pearl St.
42°52′58″N 78°52′35″W / 42.882778°N 78.876389°W / 42.882778; -78.876389 (St. Paul's Cathedral (Buffalo))
Downtown The cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York; built 1849–1851 and designed by Richard Upjohn
137 Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church Complex August 10, 2015
(#15000513)
40 Benzinger St.
42°53′10″N 78°48′25″W / 42.88599°N 78.806937°W / 42.88599; -78.806937 (Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church Complex)
Lovejoy Oldest Orthodox church in Buffalo and oldest in use in the Orthodox Diocese of New York and New Jersey.
138 St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church Complex February 21, 2017
(#100000658)
500 Parker Ave.
42°57′10″N 78°50′21″W / 42.952649°N 78.839229°W / 42.952649; -78.839229 (St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church Complex)
North Park
139 St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church Complex July 27, 2018
(#100002738)
169–193 Elk St.
42°52′07″N 78°50′50″W / 42.8685°N 78.8471°W / 42.8685; -78.8471 (St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church Complex)
The Valley 1882 Late Victorian Gothic church and school were social center for several generations of Irish immigrants to Buffalo
140 St. Theresa's Roman Catholic Church Complex September 6, 2016
(#16000589)
1970 Seneca St., 17 Mineral Springs Rd.
42°51′28″N 78°48′53″W / 42.8577201°N 78.8146713°W / 42.8577201; -78.8146713 (St. Theresa's Roman Catholic Church Complex)
South Buffalo Well-preserved collection of late 19th-century church buildings.
141 St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Church Complex February 21, 2017
(#100000659)
432 Abbott Rd.
42°51′02″N 78°48′56″W / 42.850679°N 78.815553°W / 42.850679; -78.815553 (St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Church Complex)
South Buffalo
142 Stone Farmhouse February 1, 1999
(#98001614)
60 Hedley Pl.
42°55′24″N 78°51′05″W / 42.9233°N 78.8514°W / 42.9233; -78.8514 (Stone Farmhouse)
Hamlin Park Greek Revival influenced stone vernacular farmhouse built about 1830-1850
143 Taylor Signal Company-General Railway Signal Company May 27, 2014
(#14000260)
1738 Elmwood Ave.
42°56′41″N 78°52′42″W / 42.9446°N 78.8784°W / 42.9446; -78.8784 (Taylor Signal Company-General Railway Signal Company)
West Hertel
144 Temple Beth Zion January 16, 2018
(#100001965)
805 Delaware Ave.
42°54′23″N 78°52′18″W / 42.9063°N 78.8718°W / 42.9063; -78.8718 (Temple Beth Zion)
Delaware District
145 Tishman Building February 14, 2012
(#12000012)
447 Main St., 10 Lafayette Sq.
42°53′09″N 78°52′26″W / 42.8858°N 78.8738°W / 42.8858; -78.8738 (Tishman Building)
Downtown
146 Trico Plant No. 1 February 2, 2001
(#01000053)
817 Washington St.
42°53′42″N 78°52′10″W / 42.895°N 78.8694°W / 42.895; -78.8694 (Trico Plant No. 1)
Medical Corridor Early and significant example of the "Daylight Factory"; former home to first manufacturer of windshield wipers
147 Trinity Episcopal Church February 28, 2009
(#08000100)
371 Delaware Ave.
42°53′41″N 78°52′29″W / 42.8947°N 78.8747°W / 42.8947; -78.8747 (Trinity Episcopal Church)
Allentown Main church constructed in 1884–1886 and features stained glass windows designed by John LaFarge and Tiffany studios
148 Turner Brothers' Building–American Household Storage Company January 9, 2013
(#12001128)
295 Niagara St.
42°53′34″N 78°53′01″W / 42.8927°N 78.8835°W / 42.8927; -78.8835 (Turner Brothers' Building–American Household Storage Company)
Lower West Side
149 University Heights-Summit Park-Berkshire Terrace Historic District August 17, 2020
(#100005458)
Portions of East Amherst St., Northrup Pl., Berkshire, Comstock, Cordova, Dartmouth, Dunlop, Hewett, Highgate, LaSalle, Lisbon, Minnesota, Parkridge, Shirley, Stockbridge and Winspear Aves.
42°56′41″N 78°49′02″W / 42.9446°N 78.8173°W / 42.9446; -78.8173 (University Heights-Summit Park-Berkshire Terrace Historic District)
Kensington-Bailey
150 University Presbyterian Church November 24, 2015
(#15000820)
3330 Main St.
42°57′17″N 78°49′29″W / 42.9546°N 78.8248°W / 42.9546; -78.8248 (University Presbyterian Church)
University Heights Unusual V-shaped church built in two phases was one of first to reach out to growing suburbs
151 U.S. Post Office March 16, 1972
(#72000839)
121 Ellicott St.
42°52′53″N 78°52′22″W / 42.8814°N 78.8728°W / 42.8814; -78.8728 (U.S. Post Office)
Downtown Former post office built 1897–1901; home to city campus of Erie Community College
152 USS CROAKER (submarine) September 12, 2008
(#08000863)
1 Naval Park Cove
42°52′41″N 78°52′54″W / 42.8781°N 78.8817°W / 42.8781; -78.8817 (USS CROAKER (submarine))
Downtown Gato class submarine, launched in 1943
153 USS THE SULLIVANS (destroyer) January 14, 1986
(#86000085)
1 Naval Park Cove
42°52′40″N 78°52′50″W / 42.8778°N 78.8806°W / 42.8778; -78.8806 (USS THE SULLIVANS (destroyer))
Downtown Fletcher class destroyer, launched in 1943
154 University Park Historic District May 11, 2011
(#11000273)
Portions of Larchmont Rd., Niagara Falls Blvd., Radcliffe Rd., University Ave., Allenhurst Rd., Pellhan Dr
42°57′24″N 78°49′30″W / 42.9567°N 78.825°W / 42.9567; -78.825 (University Park Historic District)
University Heights
155 The Virginia June 12, 2017
(#100001067)
250 Virginia St.
42°53′41″N 78°52′56″W / 42.89470°N 78.88227°W / 42.89470; -78.88227 (The Virginia)
Lower West Side Intact 1900 apartment building designed for young middle-class tenants
156 West Village Historic District May 6, 1980
(#80002610)
Roughly bounded by S. Elmwood Ave., Chippewa, Georgia, Prospect, Carolina and Tracy Sts.
42°53′31″N 78°52′50″W / 42.8919°N 78.8806°W / 42.8919; -78.8806 (West Village Historic District)
Lower West Side District with 102 structures built between 1854 and 1914, most of which are detached single-family dwellings, with about a dozen apartment buildings
157 The Wayne and The Waldorf Apartments November 12, 2014
(#14000912)
1106 Main St.
42°54′20″N 78°52′31″W / 42.90568°N 78.87514°W / 42.90568; -78.87514 (The Wayne and The Waldorf Apartments)
Delaware District Only remaining apartments meant for middle-class residents from city's early 20th-century expansion
158 Westminster House Club House May 25, 2018
(#100002512)
419 Monroe St.
42°53′30″N 78°51′06″W / 42.8918°N 78.8516°W / 42.8918; -78.8516 (Westminster House Club House)
Broadway-Fillmore 1909 brick structure is one of few left in the city built by the Settlement movement
159 M. Wile and Company Factory Building November 22, 2000
(#00001419)
77 Goodell St.
42°53′40″N 78°52′07″W / 42.8944°N 78.8686°W / 42.8944; -78.8686 (M. Wile and Company Factory Building)
Medical Corridor Early example of the "Daylight Factory" built in 1924
160 Wollenberg Grain and Seed Elevator May 19, 2003
(#03000409)
131 Goodyear Ave.
42°53′59″N 78°49′18″W / 42.8997°N 78.8217°W / 42.8997; -78.8217 (Wollenberg Grain and Seed Elevator)
Broadway-Fillmore "Country style" grain elevator built in 1912 and destroyed by fire in 2006
161 Woodlawn Avenue Row March 19, 1986
(#86000690)
75-81 Woodlawn Ave.
42°54′49″N 78°51′44″W / 42.9136°N 78.8622°W / 42.9136; -78.8622 (Woodlawn Avenue Row)
Cold Spring Speculative frame rowhouses built in 1898
162 Young Men's Christian Association Central Building September 8, 1983
(#83001676)
45 W. Mohawk St.
42°53′15″N 78°52′33″W / 42.8875°N 78.875833°W / 42.8875; -78.875833 (Young Men's Christian Association Central Building)
Downtown Constructed in 1901–1902 and home to the third oldest YMCA chapter in North America until converted to office use in the early 1980s
163 Ziegele-Phoenix Refrigeration House and Office January 17, 2018
(#100001966)
835 Washington St.
42°53′48″N 78°52′11″W / 42.896545°N 78.869712°W / 42.896545; -78.869712 (Ziegele-Phoenix Refrigeration House and Office)
Medical Corridor
164 The Zink Block December 7, 2010
(#10000987)
346 Connecticut St.
42°54′21″N 78°53′17″W / 42.905833°N 78.888056°W / 42.905833; -78.888056 (The Zink Block)
Lower West Side

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location Description
1 17-21 Emerson Place Row March 19, 1986
(#86000689)
May 20, 1988 17-21 Emerson Place
42°54′47″N 78°51′38″W / 42.9131°N 78.8606°W / 42.9131; -78.8606 (17-21 Emerson Place Row)
2 Niagara Frontier Transit Buildings May 14, 1980
(#80002609)
1981 855 Main St.

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved June 4, 2021.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ "Columbia (Steamer)". National Park Service. Archived from the original on 2012-10-06. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
  6. ^ Dan Austin (September 4, 2015). "Boblo boat Columbia on its way to New York". Detroit Free Press.
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