North Shore Historic District (St. Petersburg, Florida)

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North Shore Historic District
St. Pete North Shore Hist Dist Palladium FCCS01.jpg
Palladium Theatre, in the former First Church of Christ Scientist, which was built in 1925
North Shore Historic District (St. Petersburg, Florida) is located in Florida
North Shore Historic District (St. Petersburg, Florida)
Location St. Petersburg, Florida
Coordinates 27°47′17″N 82°37′58″W / 27.78806°N 82.63278°W / 27.78806; -82.63278Coordinates: 27°47′17″N 82°37′58″W / 27.78806°N 82.63278°W / 27.78806; -82.63278
Area 4,250 acres (17.2 km2)
NRHP Reference # 03000040[1]
Added to NRHP February 20, 2003

The North Shore Historic District, commonly known as Old Northeast is a U.S. historic district (designated as such on February 20, 2003) located in St. Petersburg, Florida. The district, located adjacent to Downtown, is bounded by 4th Street N, 5th Avenue N, Tampa Bay, and 30th Ave N. It contains 2975 historic buildings and 4 objects. Ths area is mostly residential but does contain some retail, dining, parks and city landmarks.[2][3][4] It also has been featured in the "Great Homes and Destinations" section of the New York Times.[4]

Buildings in the district[edit]

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  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09. 
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