If you haven’t already seen it, the Municipal Art Society web site is host to a great map, developed by the MAS Planning Center, which gives the location of every landmark in the city. The map shows each of the 51 City Council Districts, allowing the user to see which districts host the most landmark sites. After a few seconds, it is easy to see that few landmarks have been designated outside of a select few districts in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Perhaps the Observer should have reviewed these maps before responding to Tom Wolfe.
The maps can be downloaded here .