National Register of Historic Places listings in San Juan, Puerto Rico

This portion of National Register of Historic Places listings in Puerto Rico covers the municipality of San Juan.

National Register entries listed below are found in San Juan municipality, highlighted here.

Names of places given are as appear in the National Register, reflecting name as given in NRHP application at the date of listing. Note, the National Register name system does not accommodate Spanish á, ñ and other letters.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 2, 2022.[1]

Current listingsEdit

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Acueducto de San Juan June 21, 2007
(#07000585)
Flamboyán St.
18°23′21″N 66°03′32″W / 18.3892°N 66.0588°W / 18.3892; -66.0588 (Acueducto de San Juan)
El Cinco From 1846. Rio Piedras filtration plant, etc.
2 Administration Building October 26, 1983
(#83004195)
University of the Sacred Heart campus, Rosales and San Antonio Sts.
18°26′33″N 66°03′32″W / 18.4425°N 66.0589°W / 18.4425; -66.0589 (Administration Building)
Santurce Also known as Portico and Chapel of the Sacred Heart University, a Classical Revival building from 1906
3 Antiguo Casino de Puerto Rico September 22, 1977
(#77001554)
1 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′58″N 66°06′41″W / 18.4661°N 66.1114°W / 18.4661; -66.1114 (Antiguo Casino de Puerto Rico)
San Juan Antiguo Beaux Arts building from 1917
4 Biblioteca Carnegie October 20, 1983
(#83004196)
Ponce de León Ave., Puerta de Tierra
18°27′59″N 66°06′31″W / 18.4664°N 66.1085°W / 18.4664; -66.1085 (Biblioteca Carnegie)
San Juan Antiguo Classical Revival building from 1915
5 Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium January 22, 2014
(#13001118)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Ave.
18°25′00″N 66°04′23″W / 18.4167°N 66.0731°W / 18.4167; -66.0731 (Hiram Bithorn Municipal Stadium)
Hato Rey Norte
6 El Capitolio de Puerto Rico November 18, 1977
(#77001555)
Ponce de León and Muñoz Rivera Avenues
18°28′00″N 66°06′21″W / 18.4668°N 66.1059°W / 18.4668; -66.1059 (El Capitolio de Puerto Rico)
San Juan Antiguo The seat of government of Puerto Rico; a Classical Revival / Beaux Arts building from 1929, designed by Rafael Carmoega
7 Carcel de Puerta de Tierra[a] August 11, 1976
(#76002253)
Ponce de León Ave., Stop 8, Puerta de Tierra
18°27′49″N 66°05′32″W / 18.4636°N 66.0923°W / 18.4636; -66.0923 (Carcel de Puerta de Tierra)
San Juan Antiguo Spanish Neo-classical building from 1887[4]
8 Casa Dr. Bailey K. Ashford September 16, 2022
(#100008175)
1312 Ashford Ave.
18°27′18″N 66°04′10″W / 18.455034°N 66.069346°W / 18.455034; -66.069346 (Casa Dr. Bailey K. Ashford)
Santurce
9 Casa de España July 5, 1983
(#83002294)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′59″N 66°06′29″W / 18.4664°N 66.1080°W / 18.4664; -66.1080 (Casa de España)
San Juan Antiguo Exotic / Moorish Revival house from 1932, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
10 Casa Klumb November 14, 1997
(#97001307)
1 Ramón B. López Ave.
18°23′58″N 66°02′06″W / 18.3995°N 66.0350°W / 18.3995; -66.0350 (Casa Klumb)
Oriente Modern Movement home from 1947 designed by Henry Klumb
11 Casa Dra. Concha Meléndez Ramírez June 30, 2011
(#11000414)
1400 Vilá Mayo St., at Manuel Rodríguez Serra St.
18°27′10″N 66°04′02″W / 18.4527°N 66.0673°W / 18.4527; -66.0673 (Casa Dra. Concha Meléndez Ramírez)
Santurce
12 Casa Vigil July 23, 2018
(#100002694)
1018 Calle Ferrocarril
18°24′00″N 66°02′59″W / 18.4000°N 66.0497°W / 18.4000; -66.0497 (Casa Vigil)
Pueblo
13 Central High School August 4, 1987
(#87001309)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°26′53″N 66°04′11″W / 18.4481°N 66.0698°W / 18.4481; -66.0698 (Central High School)
Santurce Spanish Renaissance style building from 1925
14 Church of San Mateo de Cangrejos of Santurce January 2, 1985
(#85000044)
Corner of San Jorge St. and Eduardo Conde Ave.
18°26′40″N 66°03′48″W / 18.4445°N 66.0634°W / 18.4445; -66.0634 (Church of San Mateo de Cangrejos of Santurce)
Santurce 1832 church designed by Pedro Cobreros
15 Church, School, Convent and Parish House of San Agustín December 30, 1985
(#85003194)
265 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′56″N 66°05′56″W / 18.4656°N 66.0989°W / 18.4656; -66.0989 (Church, School, Convent and Parish House of San Agustín)
San Juan Antiguo From 1915
16 Colegio de las Madres del Sagrado Corazón November 25, 1985
(#85002908)
951 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′15″N 66°04′46″W / 18.4543°N 66.0794°W / 18.4543; -66.0794 (Colegio de las Madres del Sagrado Corazón)
Santurce From 1880
17 Condado Vanderbilt Hotel November 25, 2005
(#08001110)
1055 Ashford Ave.
18°27′31″N 66°04′34″W / 18.4587°N 66.0760°W / 18.4587; -66.0760 (Condado Vanderbilt Hotel)
Santurce Mission/Spanish Revival style hotel from 1919
18 Rafael Cordero Graded School November 19, 2020
(#100005816)
Calle Aurora Esq. Horae Prada 15
18°27′04″N 66°04′51″W / 18.4511°N 66.0809°W / 18.4511; -66.0809 (Rafael Cordero Graded School)
Santurce
19 Distrito Histórico del Viejo San Juan – Old San Juan Historic District October 10, 1972
(#72001553)
Northwest triangle of San Juan Islet; also roughly bounded by Muñoz Rivera and Ponce de León Avenues, Paseo de Covadonga, and J. A. Corretejer and Recinto Sur Streets
18°27′58″N 66°06′55″W / 18.4661°N 66.1154°W / 18.4661; -66.1154 (Distrito Histórico del Viejo San Juan – Old San Juan Historic District)
San Juan Antiguo Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of July 30, 2012
20 Edificio Aboy September 28, 2001
(#01001069)
603 Aboy St.
18°27′15″N 66°04′51″W / 18.4541°N 66.0809°W / 18.4541; -66.0809 (Edificio Aboy)
Santurce Art Deco building from 1937, also known as Le Faro, designed by Jorge Julia Pasarell
21 Edificio Comunidad de Orgullo Gay de Puerto Rico May 2, 2016
(#16000237)
3 Saldaña St.
18°24′02″N 66°03′07″W / 18.4006°N 66.0519°W / 18.4006; -66.0519 (Edificio Comunidad de Orgullo Gay de Puerto Rico)
Pueblo
22 Edificio del Valle November 20, 2004
(#04001243)
1118 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′04″N 66°04′31″W / 18.4512°N 66.0754°W / 18.4512; -66.0754 (Edificio del Valle)
Santurce Mission/Spanish Revival building from 1941, designed by Rafael Carmoega Morales
23 Edificio Patio Español February 18, 2005
(#05000061)
153 Cruz St.
18°27′57″N 66°06′58″W / 18.465927°N 66.116224°W / 18.465927; -66.116224 (Edificio Patio Español)
San Juan Antiguo Mission/Spanish Revival, Eclectic building from 1937, also known as La Filarmonica, designed by Eduardo Fossas López
24 Edificio Victory Garden October 13, 2004
(#04001149)
1001 Ponce de León Ave., corner of Elisa Colberg St.
18°27′13″N 66°04′43″W / 18.453514°N 66.078582°W / 18.453514; -66.078582 (Edificio Victory Garden)
Santurce Mission/Spanish Revival building from 1936, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
25 Escuela Brambaugh May 5, 1989
(#89000324)
San Juan Bautista St. and Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′55″N 66°05′44″W / 18.465266°N 66.095597°W / 18.465266; -66.095597 (Escuela Brambaugh)
San Juan Antiguo From 1913, also known as Puerta de Tierra Public School
26 Escuela Graduado José Celso Barbosa May 19, 1989
(#89000406)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′57″N 66°06′04″W / 18.465928°N 66.101217°W / 18.465928; -66.101217 (Escuela Graduado José Celso Barbosa)
San Juan Antiguo Classical Revival style school from 1927
27 Escuela Ruiz Belvis August 31, 2022
(#100008115)
Fernandez Juncos Ave. (formerly known as Carretera Nueva), Stop 16 1/2
Coordinates missing
28 El Falansterio de Puerta de Tierra May 3, 1984
(#84003166)
Bounded by railroad right-of-way, Fernández Juncos Avenue, and Matías Ledesma and San Juan Bautista Streets
18°27′48″N 66°05′47″W / 18.463390°N 66.096414°W / 18.463390; -66.096414 (El Falansterio de Puerta de Tierra)
San Juan Antiguo Art Deco, from 1937
29 Faro del Morro October 22, 1981
(#81000693)
Summit of San Felipe del Morro Castle
18°28′16″N 66°07′25″W / 18.471053°N 66.123614°W / 18.471053; -66.123614 (Faro del Morro)
San Juan Antiguo Oldest lighthouse in Puerto Rico; this version lit in 1908
30 Figueroa Apartments September 14, 2000
(#00001124)
601 Fernández Juncos Ave.
18°27′26″N 66°05′12″W / 18.457184°N 66.086744°W / 18.457184; -66.086744 (Figueroa Apartments)
Santurce Art Deco building by Armando Morales Cano, from 1935
31 La Fortaleza October 15, 1966
(#66000951)
Between San Juan Bay and Recinto Oeste St., at Fortaleza St.
18°27′51″N 66°07′09″W / 18.464201°N 66.119294°W / 18.464201; -66.119294 (La Fortaleza)
San Juan Antiguo From 1533
32 Fortín de San Gerónimo de Boquerón October 11, 1983
(#83004199)
Puerta de Tierra
18°27′46″N 66°05′03″W / 18.462841°N 66.084199°W / 18.462841; -66.084199 (Fortín de San Gerónimo de Boquerón)
San Juan Antiguo Building from 1791, also known as Museo de Historia Militar de Puerto Rico
33 La Giralda August 11, 2008
(#08000786)
651 José Martí St.
18°27′19″N 66°05′07″W / 18.455288°N 66.085308°W / 18.455288; -66.085308 (La Giralda)
Santurce From 1910
34 Gran Logia Espiritual Número 1 June 8, 2008
(#06000507)
1612 Antonsanti St.
18°26′46″N 66°03′52″W / 18.446077°N 66.064383°W / 18.446077; -66.064383 (Gran Logia Espiritual Número 1)
Santurce Classical Revival building from 1910
35 Hotel Normandie August 29, 1980
(#80004295)
Ponce de León Ave. and San Gerónimo St.
18°27′52″N 66°05′15″W / 18.464493°N 66.087412°W / 18.464493; -66.087412 (Hotel Normandie)
San Juan Antiguo Hotel that is a spectacular example of Streamline Moderne architecture, inspired by the Art Deco-style design of the ship SS Normandie
36 House at 659 Concordia Street October 18, 1991
(#91001501)
659 Concordia St., Miramar
18°27′09″N 66°04′56″W / 18.452497°N 66.082298°W / 18.452497; -66.082298 (House at 659 Concordia Street)
Santurce Mission/Spanish Revival house from 1935, designed by Joseph O'Kelly
37 House at 659 La Paz Street January 30, 1992
(#91002007)
659 La Paz St., Miramar
18°27′10″N 66°04′58″W / 18.452857°N 66.082787°W / 18.452857; -66.082787 (House at 659 La Paz Street)
Santurce Mission/Spanish Revival house from 1928, designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
38 House at 663 La Paz Street October 18, 1991
(#91001500)
663 La Paz St., Miramar
18°27′09″N 66°04′58″W / 18.452633°N 66.082882°W / 18.452633; -66.082882 (House at 663 La Paz Street)
Santurce Another Mission/Spanish Revival house designed by Pedro Adolfo de Castro
39 House at 665 McKinley Street October 19, 1991
(#91001502)
665 McKinley St., Miramar
18°27′19″N 66°05′02″W / 18.455259°N 66.083858°W / 18.455259; -66.083858 (House at 665 McKinley Street)
Santurce Vernacular Spanish Creole house from 1906
40 Instituto Loaiza Cordero para Ninos Ciegos Historic District – Distrito Historico Instituto Loaiza Cordero para Ninos Ciegos[b] October 23, 2018
(#100002935)
1312 Fernández Juncos Ave.
18°26′50″N 66°04′27″W / 18.447157°N 66.074081°W / 18.447157; -66.074081 (Instituto Loaiza Cordero para Ninos Ciegos Historic District – Distrito Historico Instituto Loaiza Cordero para Ninos Ciegos)
Santurce
41 Rafael M. Labra High School August 4, 1987
(#87001308)
Ponce de León and Roberto H. Todd Aves.
18°27′00″N 66°04′28″W / 18.450072°N 66.074406°W / 18.450072; -66.074406 (Rafael M. Labra High School)
Santurce Georgian style school building from 1916
42 Línea Avanzada September 25, 1997
(#97001136)
Eastern portion of the San Juan Islet
18°27′53″N 66°05′26″W / 18.464645°N 66.090544°W / 18.464645; -66.090544 (Línea Avanzada)
San Juan Antiguo From 1797
43 Miami Building August 23, 1984
(#84003169)
868 Ashford Ave.
18°27′37″N 66°04′50″W / 18.460336°N 66.080441°W / 18.460336; -66.080441 (Miami Building)
Santurce Art Deco building from 1936, designed by Pedro Menez
44 Luis Muñoz Rivera Park November 14, 2007
(#07001195)
Ponce de León Ave., Stop 8, Puerta de Tierra
18°27′52″N 66°05′28″W / 18.464406°N 66.090986°W / 18.464406; -66.090986 (Luis Muñoz Rivera Park)
San Juan Antiguo Park with Beaux Arts and Picturesque architecture and/or landscape design
45 Mural "La Familia" October 23, 2017
(#100001763)
2030 Avenida Borinquen
18°26′15″N 66°03′18″W / 18.437530°N 66.055015°W / 18.437530; -66.055015 (Mural "La Familia")
Santurce
46 General Norzagaray Bridge July 19, 1995
(#95000833)
Highway 873, km 0.8, spanning the Quebrada Frailes
18°21′07″N 66°05′29″W / 18.351816°N 66.091420°W / 18.351816; -66.091420 (General Norzagaray Bridge)
Caimito and Tortugo Brick barrel vault bridge from 1855, known also as Puente de Los Frailes
47 Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Chapel September 27, 1984
(#84003171)
Ponce de León and Miramar Aves.
18°27′23″N 66°05′07″W / 18.456394°N 66.085148°W / 18.456394; -66.085148 (Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Chapel)
Santurce Neo-Gothic style chapel from 1908, designed by Antonin Nechodoma
48 Martín Peña Bridge August 27, 2008
(#08000856)
Highway 25, km 8
18°26′00″N 66°03′33″W / 18.433462°N 66.059045°W / 18.433462; -66.059045 (Martín Peña Bridge)
Santurce, Hato Rey Norte, and Hato Rey Central Art Deco style bridge from 1939, designed by Cecilio Delgado and others
49 Polvorín de Miraflores March 9, 1984
(#84003172)
66 Aramania St., Old Miramar Naval Base
18°26′58″N 66°05′38″W / 18.449514°N 66.093904°W / 18.449514; -66.093904 (Polvorín de Miraflores)
Santurce A gunpowder magazine from 1776
50 Puerta de Tierra Historic District – Distrito Histórico de Puerta de Tierra October 15, 2019
(#100002936)
San Juan Islet to the east of the Old San Juan Historic District
18°27′51″N 66°05′54″W / 18.464040°N 66.098390°W / 18.464040; -66.098390 (Puerta de Tierra Historic District – Distrito Histórico de Puerta de Tierra)
San Juan Antiguo
51 Puerto Rico Ilustrado – Edificio El Mundo September 25, 1997
(#97001137)
254 San José St.
18°27′51″N 66°07′01″W / 18.464067°N 66.117004°W / 18.464067; -66.117004 (Puerto Rico Ilustrado – Edificio El Mundo)
San Juan Antiguo From 1923
52 Puerto Rico Island Penitentiary March 7, 2003
(#03000100)
South of Highway 21
18°23′19″N 66°04′15″W / 18.388649°N 66.070756°W / 18.388649; -66.070756 (Puerto Rico Island Penitentiary)
Monacillo Urbano Built 1933, closed 2004, demolished 2015
53 Residencia Aboy–Lompre March 22, 1989
(#88001304)
900 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′16″N 66°04′51″W / 18.454349°N 66.080696°W / 18.454349; -66.080696 (Residencia Aboy–Lompre)
Santurce A Prairie School style house from 1919, designed by Antonin Nechodoma and others
54 Residencia de Señoritas Universidad de Puerto Rico; Río Piedras July 23, 2018
(#100002695)
Near the intersection of Gándara and Barbosa Aves.
18°24′09″N 66°02′48″W / 18.402542°N 66.046776°W / 18.402542; -66.046776 (Residencia de Señoritas Universidad de Puerto Rico; Río Piedras)
Universidad
55 Residencia Luis Muñoz Marín September 29, 2011
(#11000712)
Highway 877, km 0.4
18°23′12″N 66°01′42″W / 18.386667°N 66.028333°W / 18.386667; -66.028333 (Residencia Luis Muñoz Marín)
Sabana Llana Sur
56 Río Piedras Bridge July 19, 1995
(#95000832)
Highway 8839, km 12.5
18°23′40″N 66°03′21″W / 18.394386°N 66.055958°W / 18.394386; -66.055958 (Río Piedras Bridge)
El Cinco and Hato Rey Sur A brick barrel vault bridge from 1853
57 Rum Pilot Plant July 26, 2010
(#10000501)
Highway 1, University of Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station
18°23′46″N 66°03′48″W / 18.396115°N 66.063393°W / 18.396115; -66.063393 (Rum Pilot Plant)
El Cinco
58 San Antonio Railroad Bridge September 30, 2009
(#09000789)
Spanning San Antonio Channel adjacent to Highway 1 at the east end of San Juan Islet
18°27′34″N 66°05′13″W / 18.459340°N 66.086891°W / 18.459340; -66.086891 (San Antonio Railroad Bridge)
San Juan Antiguo and Santurce
59 San Juan National Historic Site October 15, 1966
(#66000930)
Old San Juan[c]
18°28′10″N 66°07′17″W / 18.469444°N 66.121389°W / 18.469444; -66.121389 (San Juan National Historic Site)
San Juan Antiguo Dates from 1525
60 School of Tropical Medicine September 29, 1983
(#83002297)
Ponce de León Ave., Puerta de Tierra
18°28′01″N 66°06′14″W / 18.467003°N 66.104005°W / 18.467003; -66.104005 (School of Tropical Medicine)
San Juan Antiguo Neo-Plateresque building from 1920
61 Superintendent of Lighthouses' Dwelling October 22, 1981
(#81000694)
Coast Guard Station San Juan, La Puntilla
18°27′36″N 66°07′01″W / 18.460125°N 66.116874°W / 18.460125; -66.116874 (Superintendent of Lighthouses' Dwelling)
San Juan Antiguo Hacienda style building from 1908 located inside the U.S Coast Guard base in La Puntilla
62 Supreme Court Building June 14, 2006
(#06000506)
Luis Muñoz Rivera Park
18°27′47″N 66°05′18″W / 18.463189°N 66.088217°W / 18.463189; -66.088217 (Supreme Court Building)
San Juan Antiguo Modern Movement building from 1955
63 Templo del Maestro April 19, 2016
(#16000189)
Constitución Ave., Stop 8
18°27′46″N 66°05′24″W / 18.462777°N 66.089976°W / 18.462777; -66.089976 (Templo del Maestro)
San Juan Antiguo
64 U.S. Custom House February 10, 1988
(#88000075)
1 Puntilla St.
18°27′46″N 66°06′56″W / 18.462822°N 66.115522°W / 18.462822; -66.115522 (U.S. Custom House)
San Juan Antiguo 1924 building designed by Albert B. Nichols
65 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse March 28, 1988
(#87000694)
Block bounded by San Justo, Tanca, Commercio, and Recinto Sur Streets
18°27′50″N 66°06′53″W / 18.463839°N 66.114619°W / 18.463839; -66.114619 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
San Juan Antiguo From 1914, designed by Oscar Wenderoth
66 University of Puerto Rico Tower and Quadrangle May 17, 1984
(#84003174)
Ponce de León Ave.
18°24′10″N 66°02′59″W / 18.402705°N 66.049684°W / 18.402705; -66.049684 (University of Puerto Rico Tower and Quadrangle)
Universidad Tower and quadrangle from 1935, designed by Rafael Carmoega
67 Villa Victoria January 6, 2015
(#14001135)
905 Ponce de León Ave.
18°27′16″N 66°04′48″W / 18.454554°N 66.080045°W / 18.454554; -66.080045 (Villa Victoria)
Santurce

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The name of the Carcel de Puerta de Tierra is presented here without the accent on "Cárcel" in conformance with the usage in the building's National Register nomination form[4] and Federal Register announcement of listing.[5]
  2. ^ The name of the Distrito Historico Instituto Loaiza Cordero para Ninos Ciegos is presented here without the accents on "Histórico" and "Loaíza", and without the tilde on "Niños", in conformance with the usage in the district's Weekly List announcement of listing on the National Register.[6]
  3. ^ The National Register listing for the San Juan National Historic Site includes components in both San Juan and Toa Baja municipalities.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved December 2, 2022.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ a b Araoz, Gustavo F., Jr. (1976), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Carcel de Puerta de Tierra (PDF), retrieved February 12, 2018.
  5. ^ "Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service: National Register of Historic Places; Annual Listing of Historic Properties", 44 FR 7416 (February 6, 1979), at p. 7581.
  6. ^ National Park Service (October 29, 2018), Weekly List of Actions Taken on Properties: 10/18/2018 through 10/29/2018, archived from the original on October 30, 2018, retrieved October 31, 2018.

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