From Fox 5:
The New York State Board for Historic Preservation issued its recommendations Thursday after property owners, municipalities and organizations across the state submitted nominees.
Properties listed on the state and national registers can be eligible for public preservation programs and matching government tax credits.
Rego Park Jewish Center, Rego Park – a modernist synagogue built in 1948 to serve the fast growing Jewish population of Rego Park.
Astoria Center of Israel, Astoria – one of the few surviving early 20th century synagogues in Queens, built in 1925-26 when the Jewish population was small.
Free Synagogue of Flushing, Flushing – a 1927 Neo-Classical Revival synagogue established as part of the "Free Synagogue" movement.