Real EstateCity LivingBronx New York Tennis Club seeks landmark status Briana Bartels plays tennis with Christian Camaj at New York Tennis Club in Silver Beach on Aug. 12, 2015. Silver Beach is a neighborhood located on the Bronx side of the Throgs Neck Bridge. Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales By SHAWN MCCREESH.Special to amNewYork August 19, 2015 2:21 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email The New York Tennis Club at 3081 Harding Ave. is trying to gain landmark status from the city. The Tennis Club, which was founded in 1886 in Manhattan but has been at its current location in the Bronx since 1950, is the oldest Tennis Club in New York. It filed with the Landmarks Preservation Commission in June and is awaiting a decision. A representative said that in the club's statement of significance to the LPC, it included some notable former club members such as Theodore Roosevelt, Walter Winchell, and former mayor David Dinkins. A representative from the LPC said the club's application is currently under review. By SHAWN MCCREESH.Special to amNewYork Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.