Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District

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Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District
Columbus Circle Syracuse.jpg
Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District is located in New York
Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District
Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District is located in the US
Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District
Location E. Jefferson, E. Onondaga, Montgomery and E. Fayette Sts., Syracuse, New York
Coordinates 43°2′50″N 76°8′59″W / 43.04722°N 76.14972°W / 43.04722; -76.14972Coordinates: 43°2′50″N 76°8′59″W / 43.04722°N 76.14972°W / 43.04722; -76.14972
Built 1846
Architect Multiple
Architectural style Classical Revival, Beaux Arts, Renaissance
NRHP Reference #

80004278

[1]
Added to NRHP February 19, 1980

The Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District is located in Syracuse, New York.[2] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Contributing properties[edit]

Landmark name Image Date Built Style Location Description
1 Hills Building HillsBldg.jpg 1928 Gothic; Tudor Revival; Chicago School 217 Montgomery Street
Steel frame office building
2 Commercial Building 305Montgomery.jpg ca. 1890 305 Montgomery Street
4 stories; brick
3 St. Paul's Cathedral and Parish House St Pauls Syracuse.jpg 1885–1907 Gothic, Other 310 Montgomery Street
Limestone church; later parish house; added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978
4 Onondaga Historical Society Building 311Montgomery.jpg 1895-96 Federal 311 Montgomery Street
5 stories; brick and terra-cotta; also known as the Central New York Telephone and Telegraph Building; listed separately on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973
5 315Montgomery.jpg ca. 1890 315 Montgomery Street
6 stories; brick
6 Masonic Temple 320Montgomery.jpg 1915–1917 Classical Revival 320 Montgomery Street
5 stories; brick
7 New York Telephone Building 321Montgomery.jpg 1906 Renaissance Revival 321 Montgomery Street
5 story office building; steel frame; brick and terra-cotta;
8 Pomeroy Building 327Montgomery.jpg ca. 1930 Mission style 327 Montgomery Street
2 stories; stucco
9 Carnegie Library 335Montgomery.jpg 1902-05 Beaux Arts 335 Montgomery Street
Previously known as the Syracuse Public Library; limestone and granite
10 YMCA 340MontgomeryYMCA.jpg 1905 Federal 340 Montgomery Street
7 stories; brick; enlarged in the 1950s
11 Fourth Onondaga County Courthouse SyrCourthouse.jpg 1904-06 Beaux Arts 401 Montgomery Street
Designed by Archimedes Russell and Melvin King; ornate interior details
12 First Baptist Church and Mizpah Tower MizpahTower.jpg 1912 Gothic 215 East Jefferson Street
Block veneer; religious and residential uses
13 St. Mary's Cathedral and Rectory CathedralSyracuse.jpg 1846 Romanesque 239 East Onondaga Street
Limestone church; tower designed by Archimedes Russell; also known as Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Bishop's Residence
14 First Gospel Church FirstGospelSyr.jpg 1846 Greek Revival 304 East Onondaga Street
Previously known as Wesleyan Methodist Church; constructing congregation was abolitionist
15 Statue of Columbus Statue of Columbus - Syracuse2.JPG ca. 1930 Center of circle
Cast in Italy; stands on 4 foot pedestal; surrounded by moat; enclosed by 2.5 foot planter/bench

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-15). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Harden, Evamaria (June 8, 1979). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Montgomery Street–Columbus Circle Historic District". Retrieved 2009-01-24.  and Accompanying 12 photos, from 1979