Map showing the official Edgewood neighborhood planning area in red and the Edgewood Park Historic District in blue.
Edgewood Ave. widened near Edgewood Park.
Edgewood Ave. descending to downtown New Haven.
The district borders the Dwight Street Historic District on the east. It also includes Edgewood Park, including memorials for the Spanish-American War and the Holocaust. The park's current layout was designed in 1910 by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., son of Frederick Law Olmsted. The district also includes the central portion of the Edgewood neighborhood, which is generally the area bounded by Whalley Avenue, Sherman Avenue, Chapel Street, and Edgewood Park.