National Register of Historic Places listings in Phoenix

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Phoenix, Arizona.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Phoenix, the largest city in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 387 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Maricopa County, including 3 that are also National Historic Landmarks. The city of Phoenix is the location of 208 of these properties and districts, including 1 National Historic Landmark; they are listed here, while the remaining properties and districts and 2 National Historic Landmarks are located elsewhere in the county and are listed separately. Seventeen properties in Phoenix were once listed, but have since been removed. One property, the George E. Cisney House, has been delisted and relisted.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 24, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location Neighborhood Description
1 6th Avenue Hotel-Windsor Hotel
6th Avenue Hotel-Windsor Hotel
September 4, 1985
(#85002041)
546 W. Adams
33°26′57″N 112°04′50″W / 33.449167°N 112.080556°W / 33.449167; -112.080556 (6th Avenue Hotel-Windsor Hotel)
2 915 E. Pierce Street/Grand Pyramid House
915 E. Pierce Street/Grand Pyramid House
July 17, 2002
(#02000800)
915 E. Pierce St.
33°26′47″N 112°03′37″W / 33.446389°N 112.060278°W / 33.446389; -112.060278 (915 E. Pierce Street/Grand Pyramid House)
3 Salim Ackel House
Salim Ackel House
June 10, 1994
(#94000574)
94 E. Monte Vista Rd.
33°28′12″N 112°04′09″W / 33.47°N 112.069167°W / 33.47; -112.069167 (Salim Ackel House)
4 Adams School
Adams School
November 29, 1979
(#79000418)
800 W. Adams St.
33°26′58″N 112°04′58″W / 33.449444°N 112.082778°W / 33.449444; -112.082778 (Adams School)
5 W. E. Adams House
W. E. Adams House
January 12, 1995
(#94001524)
1014 S. 1st Ave.
33°26′15″N 112°04′28″W / 33.4375°N 112.074444°W / 33.4375; -112.074444 (W. E. Adams House)
6 Alvarado Historic District
Alvarado Historic District
December 21, 1994
(#94001481)
Roughly bounded by Central Ave., Oak St., 3rd St., and Palm Ln.
33°28′15″N 112°04′12″W / 33.470833°N 112.07°W / 33.470833; -112.07 (Alvarado Historic District)
7 Anchor Manufacturing Co.
Anchor Manufacturing Co.
September 4, 1985
(#85002042)
525-551 S. Central
33°26′32″N 112°04′22″W / 33.442222°N 112.072778°W / 33.442222; -112.072778 (Anchor Manufacturing Co.)
8 Helen Anderson House
Helen Anderson House
November 30, 1983
(#83003449)
149 W. McDowell Rd.
33°27′56″N 112°04′37″W / 33.465556°N 112.076944°W / 33.465556; -112.076944 (Helen Anderson House)
9 Anderson-Johannes House
Anderson-Johannes House
January 12, 1995
(#94001525)
127 N. 10th Ave.
33°27′00″N 112°05′05″W / 33.45°N 112.084722°W / 33.45; -112.084722 (Anderson-Johannes House)
10 Arizona Academy-North Hall and South Hall
Arizona Academy-North Hall and South Hall
August 12, 1993
(#93000813)
1325 N. 14th St.
33°27′49″N 112°03′03″W / 33.463611°N 112.050833°W / 33.463611; -112.050833 (Arizona Academy-North Hall and South Hall)
The former academy is now known as the "Stepping Stone Place". The North Hall is now addressed as 1307 and the South Hall as 1305.
11 Arizona Army National Guard Arsenal
Arizona Army National Guard Arsenal
March 31, 2010
(#10000108)
5636 E. McDowell Rd., M5320
33°27′56″N 111°57′46″W / 33.465578°N 111.962775°W / 33.465578; -111.962775 (Arizona Army National Guard Arsenal)
During WWII the Arizona Army National Guard Arsenal building served as a maintenance shop for German prisoners of War. The building now is houses the Arizona Military Museum.
12 Arizona Compress & Warehouse Co. Warehouse
Arizona Compress & Warehouse Co. Warehouse
September 4, 1985
(#85002044)
215 S. 13th St.
33°26′45″N 112°03′11″W / 33.445833°N 112.053056°W / 33.445833; -112.053056 (Arizona Compress & Warehouse Co. Warehouse)
13 Arizona State Capitol Building
Arizona State Capitol Building
October 29, 1974
(#74000455)
1700 W. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°05′47″W / 33.448056°N 112.096389°W / 33.448056; -112.096389 (Arizona State Capitol Building)
14 Arizona State Hospital Building
Arizona State Hospital Building
July 15, 2009
(#09000510)
2500 E. Van Buren St.
33°27′08″N 112°01′38″W / 33.452103°N 112.02735°W / 33.452103; -112.02735 (Arizona State Hospital Building)
The Arizona State Hospital Building, also known as Mahoney Administration Building, was built in 1900. It is where Winnie Ruth Judd, known as the infamous "Trunk Murderess", was committed on April 24, 1933.
15 Arvizu's El Fresnal Grocery Store
Arvizu's El Fresnal Grocery Store
September 4, 1985
(#85002046)
310 E. Buchanan
33°26′36″N 112°04′06″W / 33.443333°N 112.068333°W / 33.443333; -112.068333 (Arvizu's El Fresnal Grocery Store)
16 Cline R. Asbury/Riney B. Salmon House
Cline R. Asbury/Riney B. Salmon House
April 8, 2010
(#10000154)
7801 N. Central Ave.
33°33′02″N 112°04′24″W / 33.550642°N 112.073358°W / 33.550642; -112.073358 (Cline R. Asbury/Riney B. Salmon House)
17 Ashland Place Historic District
Ashland Place Historic District
December 21, 1994
(#94001486)
Roughly bounded by Central Ave., Vernon Ave., 3rd St., and Oak St.
33°28′26″N 112°04′14″W / 33.473889°N 112.070556°W / 33.473889; -112.070556 (Ashland Place Historic District)
18 F.S. Baird Machine Shop
F.S. Baird Machine Shop
September 4, 1985
(#85002047)
623 E. Adams
33°26′57″N 112°03′54″W / 33.449167°N 112.065°W / 33.449167; -112.065 (F.S. Baird Machine Shop)
19 Samuel L. Bartlett House
Samuel L. Bartlett House
October 3, 1996
(#96001057)
325 W. Northern Ave.
33°33′11″N 112°04′48″W / 33.553056°N 112.08°W / 33.553056; -112.08 (Samuel L. Bartlett House)
20 J. B. Bayless Store No. 7
J. B. Bayless Store No. 7
September 4, 1985
(#85002048)
825 N. 7th St.
33°27′26″N 112°03′50″W / 33.457222°N 112.063889°W / 33.457222; -112.063889 (J. B. Bayless Store No. 7)
21 Bennitt Mansion
Bennitt Mansion
August 12, 2009
(#09000609)
126 E. County Club Dr.
33°28′52″N 112°03′29″W / 33.480994°N 112.058186°W / 33.480994; -112.058186 (Bennitt Mansion)
22 Bethlehem Baptist Church
Bethlehem Baptist Church
August 10, 1993
(#93000744)
1402 E. Adams St.
33°26′59″N 112°01′46″W / 33.449722°N 112.029444°W / 33.449722; -112.029444 (Bethlehem Baptist Church)
23 Blount Addition Historic District
Blount Addition Historic District
February 27, 1986
(#86000265)
Northern side of W. Culver St. between Central and 3rd Aves.
33°27′48″N 112°04′31″W / 33.463333°N 112.075278°W / 33.463333; -112.075278 (Blount Addition Historic District)
24 Boardwalk Apartments Historic District
Boardwalk Apartments Historic District
June 16, 2015
(#15000342)
N. 36th Street
33°29′52″N 112°00′11″W / 33.4977°N 112.0031°W / 33.4977; -112.0031 (Boardwalk Apartments Historic District)
25 Louis J. Bohn and Gertrude Lee House
Louis J. Bohn and Gertrude Lee House
January 24, 2011
(#10001165)
Corner of 8001 N. 7th Street/E. Northern Ave.
33°33′11″N 112°03′53″W / 33.553056°N 112.064722°W / 33.553056; -112.064722 (Louis J. Bohn and Gertrude Lee House)
The house is actually located on the corner of 7th Ave. and Northern. Its address is 8001 N. 7th Street.
26 Jorgine Boomer House
Jorgine Boomer House
March 15, 2016
(#16000071)
5808 N. 30th St.
33°31′21″N 112°01′00″W / 33.522512°N 112.016643°W / 33.522512; -112.016643 (Jorgine Boomer House)
The house was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright
27 Bragg's Pies Building
Bragg's Pies Building
January 16, 2009
(#08001313)
1301 Grand Ave.
33°27′26″N 112°05′23″W / 33.457142°N 112.089833°W / 33.457142; -112.089833 (Bragg's Pies Building)
28 Brentwood Historic District
Brentwood Historic District
June 9, 2010
(#10000320)
Roughly bounded by Brill St. to the north, 20th St. to the east, Culver St. to the south, 16th St. to the west
33°27′50″N 112°02′36″W / 33.463756°N 112.043328°W / 33.463756; -112.043328 (Brentwood Historic District)
29 Brophy College Chapel
Brophy College Chapel
August 10, 1993
(#93000747)
4701 N. Central Ave.
33°30′18″N 112°04′19″W / 33.505°N 112.071944°W / 33.505; -112.071944 (Brophy College Chapel)
30 Brown's Pharmacy
Brown's Pharmacy
September 4, 1985
(#85002049)
1000 E. Pierce
33°27′21″N 112°03′35″W / 33.455833°N 112.059722°W / 33.455833; -112.059722 (Brown's Pharmacy)
31 Burgess Lateral Historic District
Burgess Lateral Historic District
April 16, 2009
(#09000221)
Adjacent to Arcadia Dr. between the Arizona Canal and Lafayette Boulevard, between 47th Pl. and 47th St.
33°29′57″N 111°58′32″W / 33.499042°N 111.975633°W / 33.499042; -111.975633 (Burgess Lateral Historic District)
32 Campus Vista Historic District
Campus Vista Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000321)
Roughly bounded by Thomas Rd. and Flower St., 7th and 11th Aves. and Flower St., and Osborn Rd. and 10th and 15th Aves.
33°29′02″N 112°05′13″W / 33.484011°N 112.087064°W / 33.484011; -112.087064 (Campus Vista Historic District)
Residential neighborhood of primarily ranch-style homes adjacent to Phoenix College and Encanto Park; developed between 1939 and 1956[6]
33 Cartwright School
Cartwright School
August 12, 1993
(#93000739)
5833 W. Thomas Rd.
33°28′48″N 112°11′07″W / 33.48°N 112.185278°W / 33.48; -112.185278 (Cartwright School)
34 William Edward Cavness House
William Edward Cavness House
November 3, 2001
(#01001191)
606 N. 4th Ave.
33°27′16″N 112°04′06″W / 33.454444°N 112.068333°W / 33.454444; -112.068333 (William Edward Cavness House)
35 Celora Stoddard/Lon Harmon House
Celora Stoddard/Lon Harmon House
November 30, 1983
(#83003451)
801 N. 1st Ave.
33°27′24″N 112°04′26″W / 33.456667°N 112.073889°W / 33.456667; -112.073889 (Celora Stoddard/Lon Harmon House)
36 Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.
Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.
September 4, 1985
(#85002052)
301 S. 4th Ave.
33°26′41″N 112°04′41″W / 33.444722°N 112.078056°W / 33.444722; -112.078056 (Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.)
37 Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.-Central Warehouse
Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.-Central Warehouse
September 4, 1985
(#85002051)
15-39 E. Jackson
33°26′41″N 112°04′20″W / 33.444722°N 112.072222°W / 33.444722; -112.072222 (Chambers Transfer & Storage Co.-Central Warehouse)
38 Cheery Lynn Historic District Upload image
December 21, 1994
(#94001485)
16th St. to Randolph Rd. and Earll Dr. to Flower St.
33°29′04″N 112°02′57″W / 33.484444°N 112.049167°W / 33.484444; -112.049167 (Cheery Lynn Historic District)
39 Chelsea Place Historic District Upload image
November 30, 1983
(#83003452)
Roughly bounded by W. Lynwood and W. Willetta Sts. between Central and 3rd Aves.
33°27′51″N 112°04′31″W / 33.464167°N 112.075278°W / 33.464167; -112.075278 (Chelsea Place Historic District)
40 George E. Cisney House
George E. Cisney House
September 8, 2015
(#94001528)
916 E. McKinley St.
33°27′25″N 112°03′39″W / 33.456944°N 112.060833°W / 33.456944; -112.060833 (George E. Cisney House)
Property first listed January 12, 1995; delisted April 6, 2015; relisted September 8, 2015
41 H. M. Coe House
H. M. Coe House
January 11, 1995
(#94001529)
365 N. 4th Ave.
33°27′13″N 112°04′41″W / 33.453611°N 112.078056°W / 33.453611; -112.078056 (H. M. Coe House)
42 Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes Historic District
Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes Historic District
December 31, 2014
(#14001081)
19th Ave to I-17; Buckeye Rd to Durango Curve
33°26′04″N 112°05′59″W / 33.4345°N 112.0997°W / 33.4345; -112.0997 (Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes Historic District)
The city's oldest active public housing development, begun in 1953.
43 Concrete Block House
Concrete Block House
November 30, 1983
(#83003457)
618-620 N. 4th Ave.
33°27′19″N 112°04′42″W / 33.455278°N 112.078333°W / 33.455278; -112.078333 (Concrete Block House)
Demolished
44 Concrete Block House
Concrete Block House
November 30, 1983
(#83003456)
640 N. 6th Ave.
33°27′22″N 112°04′51″W / 33.456111°N 112.080833°W / 33.456111; -112.080833 (Concrete Block House)
45 Ralph Converse House
Ralph Converse House
April 8, 2010
(#10000153)
6617 N. Central Ave.
33°32′01″N 112°04′23″W / 33.533478°N 112.072986°W / 33.533478; -112.072986 (Ralph Converse House)
46 Colonel Edward Power Conway House
Colonel Edward Power Conway House
January 24, 2011
(#10001164)
7625 N. 10th St.
33°32′51″N 112°03′38″W / 33.5475°N 112.060556°W / 33.5475; -112.060556 (Colonel Edward Power Conway House)
47 Neil and Louise Cook House Upload image
November 22, 2016
(#16000782)
5725 North 20th Pl.
33°31′15″N 112°02′16″W / 33.520802°N 112.037665°W / 33.520802; -112.037665 (Neil and Louise Cook House)
48 Copeland & Tracht Service Station
Copeland & Tracht Service Station
September 4, 1985
(#85002054)
1702 W. Van Buren
33°27′06″N 112°05′43″W / 33.451667°N 112.095278°W / 33.451667; -112.095278 (Copeland & Tracht Service Station)
Historic Copeland & Trachet Service Station, now Granpa Sal's Tires, built in 1925
49 Coronado Neighborhood Historic District
Coronado Neighborhood Historic District
February 13, 1986
(#86000206)
Roughly bounded by Virginia Ave., 14th St., McDowell Rd., and 7th St.; also roughly bounded by 13th St., Coronado Rd., 14th St., and Monte Vista Rd., and the western side of 13th St. between Monte Vista and Oak
33°28′17″N 112°03′28″W / 33.471389°N 112.057778°W / 33.471389; -112.057778 (Coronado Neighborhood Historic District)
This is the Albert and Mary Garcia House located at 2201 N Dayton St. Albert Garcia became Arizona’s first Hispanic Assistant Attorney General, from 1937 until 1942. The house is in the Historic Coronado District.
50 Country Club Park Historic Subdivision Upload image
December 21, 1994
(#94001484)
Thomas Rd. to Virginia Ave. and 7th St. to Dayton St.
33°28′41″N 112°03′41″W / 33.478056°N 112.061389°W / 33.478056; -112.061389 (Country Club Park Historic Subdivision)
51 Craig Mansion
Craig Mansion
August 18, 1992
(#92001013)
131 E. Country Club Dr.
33°28′48″N 112°03′25″W / 33.48°N 112.056944°W / 33.48; -112.056944 (Craig Mansion)
52 Del Norte Place Historic District
Del Norte Place Historic District
December 21, 1994
(#94001482)
Virginia Ave. to Encanto Boulevard and 15th to 17th Aves.
33°28′30″N 112°05′34″W / 33.475°N 112.092778°W / 33.475; -112.092778 (Del Norte Place Historic District)
This Tudor Revival Residence is located at 1614 W. Vernon Ave. and was built in 1936. It is in the historic "Del Norte Place Historic District".
53 Lester D. DeMund House
Lester D. DeMund House
January 6, 1995
(#94001520)
363 E. Monte Vista
33°28′17″N 112°03′57″W / 33.471389°N 112.065833°W / 33.471389; -112.065833 (Lester D. DeMund House)
54 Adam Diller House
Adam Diller House
January 24, 2011
(#10001163)
8702 N. 7th Ave.
33°33′51″N 112°04′59″W / 33.564167°N 112.083056°W / 33.564167; -112.083056 (Adam Diller House)
The house is also known as the "Lightning Z Ranch House"
55 J. B. Doughterty and C. W. Peterson House
J. B. Doughterty and C. W. Peterson House
January 12, 1995
(#94001540)
2141-2143 W. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°06′13″W / 33.448056°N 112.103611°W / 33.448056; -112.103611 (J. B. Doughterty and C. W. Peterson House)
56 Lewis Douglas House
Lewis Douglas House
February 8, 1985
(#85000188)
815 E. Orangewood Ave.
33°32′57″N 112°04′02″W / 33.549167°N 112.067222°W / 33.549167; -112.067222 (Lewis Douglas House)
57 Dunbar School
Dunbar School
August 12, 1993
(#93000740)
707 W. Grant
33°26′31″N 112°05′04″W / 33.441944°N 112.084444°W / 33.441944; -112.084444 (Dunbar School)
Dunbar School built in 1925
58 Charles H. Dunlap House
Charles H. Dunlap House
November 30, 1983
(#83003466)
650 N. 1st Ave.
33°27′23″N 112°04′28″W / 33.456389°N 112.074444°W / 33.456389; -112.074444 (Charles H. Dunlap House)
59 Durand Grocery
Durand Grocery
October 1, 1985
(#85002891)
901 Grand Ave.
33°27′12″N 112°05′05″W / 33.453333°N 112.084722°W / 33.453333; -112.084722 (Durand Grocery)
60 Earll Place Historic District Upload image
June 9, 2006
(#06000468)
1620-1722 E. Pinchot Ave. and 1617-1731 and 1736 E. Earll Dr.
33°29′01″N 112°02′42″W / 33.483611°N 112.045°W / 33.483611; -112.045 (Earll Place Historic District)
61 East Alvarado Historic District
East Alvarado Historic District
February 18, 2000
(#00000102)
E. Alvarado Rd. between 3rd and 7th Sts.
33°28′20″N 112°04′00″W / 33.472222°N 112.066667°W / 33.472222; -112.066667 (East Alvarado Historic District)
62 East Evergreen Historic District Upload image
June 10, 2010
(#10000322)
Roughly bounded by McDowell Rd., 3rd St., 7th St., and Wiletta St.
33°27′53″N 112°04′03″W / 33.464764°N 112.067453°W / 33.464764; -112.067453 (East Evergreen Historic District)
63 El Chaparral
El Chaparral
September 8, 2011
(#11000631)
4935 E. Lafayette Blvd.
33°29′51″N 111°58′28″W / 33.4975°N 111.974444°W / 33.4975; -111.974444 (El Chaparral)
64 El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium
El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium
March 9, 1989
(#89000168)
1502 W. Washington St.
33°26′55″N 112°05′27″W / 33.448611°N 112.090833°W / 33.448611; -112.090833 (El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium)
El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium (now the Polly Rosenbaum Building) built in 1921
65 Elder-Moffitt House
Elder-Moffitt House
January 30, 1995
(#94001605)
1336 W. Taylor St.
33°27′36″N 112°05′21″W / 33.46°N 112.089167°W / 33.46; -112.089167 (Elder-Moffitt House)
66 Elizabeth Seargeant-Emery Oldaker House
Elizabeth Seargeant-Emery Oldaker House
November 30, 1983
(#83003472)
649 N. 3rd Ave.
33°27′24″N 112°04′36″W / 33.456667°N 112.076667°W / 33.456667; -112.076667 (Elizabeth Seargeant-Emery Oldaker House)
67 Ellis-Shackelford House
Ellis-Shackelford House
November 30, 1983
(#83003475)
1242 N. Central Ave.
33°27′44″N 112°05′02″W / 33.462222°N 112.083889°W / 33.462222; -112.083889 (Ellis-Shackelford House)
The Ellis-Shackelford House was built in 1917
68 Encanto Manor Historic District
Encanto Manor Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000323)
Roughly bounded by 7th and 15th Aves. and Thomas Rd. and Edgemont Ave.
33°28′48″N 112°05′13″W / 33.479897°N 112.087025°W / 33.479897; -112.087025 (Encanto Manor Historic District)
Primarily post-World War II (1945–1959) upscale residential neighborhood development which also includes Dorris House (Casa de Rosas), built in 1911[6][7]
69 Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District
Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District
February 16, 1984
(#84000696)
Roughly bounded by N. 7th and 15th Aves., McDowell and Thomas Rds.; also Holly St. from 15th Ave. to 12th Ave. and 12th from Holly to Encanto Boulevard; also roughly bounded by Encanto Blvd., Coronado Rd., 7th Ave. and 15th Ave. The historic Encanto Park Clubhouse is located in this district.
33°28′21″N 112°05′10″W / 33.4725°N 112.086111°W / 33.4725; -112.086111 (Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District)
Second and third sets of addresses represent boundary increases
70 Encanto Vista Historic District
Encanto Vista Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000324)
Roughly bounded by 7th Ave, Encanto Blvd, Windsor Ave, and Encanto Park Municipal Golf Course
33°28′33″N 112°05′01″W / 33.475833°N 112.083667°W / 33.475833; -112.083667 (Encanto Vista Historic District)
The Dr. Norton House built in 1912, located in the Encanto Vista Historic District
71 Abner Elliot England-Guy Hidden Lawrence House
Abner Elliot England-Guy Hidden Lawrence House
January 24, 2011
(#10001162)
6234 N. Central Ave.
33°31′43″N 112°04′28″W / 33.528611°N 112.074444°W / 33.528611; -112.074444 (Abner Elliot England-Guy Hidden Lawrence House)
The Abner Elliot England-Guy Hidden Lawrence House was built in 1929
72 Evans House
Evans House
September 1, 1976
(#76000375)
1108 W. Washington St.
33°26′54″N 112°05′11″W / 33.448333°N 112.086389°W / 33.448333; -112.086389 (Evans House)
Dr. Evans' House was built in 1893
73 Executive Towers Upload image
January 17, 2017
(#100000455)
207 W. Clarendon Ave.
33°29′29″N 112°04′47″W / 33.491436°N 112.079750°W / 33.491436; -112.079750 (Executive Towers)
74 Eyrich-Kohl House
Eyrich-Kohl House
January 12, 1995
(#94001530)
1015 Woodland Ave.
33°27′03″N 112°05′08″W / 33.450833°N 112.085556°W / 33.450833; -112.085556 (Eyrich-Kohl House)
75 Fairview Place Historic District
Fairview Place Historic District
December 21, 1994
(#94001483)
Encanto Boulevard to McDowell Rd., 15th Ave. to the alley west of 17th Ave.
33°28′10″N 112°05′34″W / 33.469444°N 112.092778°W / 33.469444; -112.092778 (Fairview Place Historic District)
76 Firestone
Firestone
October 1, 1985
(#85002892)
302 W. Van Buren
33°27′06″N 112°04′38″W / 33.451667°N 112.077222°W / 33.451667; -112.077222 (Firestone)
Historic Firestone building built in 1925
77 First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
February 8, 1982
(#82002081)
302 W. Monroe St.
33°27′02″N 112°04′39″W / 33.450556°N 112.0775°W / 33.450556; -112.0775 (First Baptist Church)
First Baptist Church built in 1923
78 First Church of Christ, Scientist
First Church of Christ, Scientist
August 10, 1993
(#93000745)
924 N. 1st St.
33°27′30″N 112°04′20″W / 33.458333°N 112.072222°W / 33.458333; -112.072222 (First Church of Christ, Scientist)
79 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
August 10, 1993
(#93000746)
402 W. Monroe St.
33°27′02″N 112°04′43″W / 33.450556°N 112.078611°W / 33.450556; -112.078611 (First Presbyterian Church)
First Presbyterian Church built in 1892
80 Franklin School
Franklin School
August 12, 1993
(#93000814)
1625 W. McDowell Rd.
33°27′55″N 112°05′39″W / 33.465278°N 112.094167°W / 33.465278; -112.094167 (Franklin School)
81 Fry Building-Baxter Block
Fry Building-Baxter Block
September 4, 1985
(#85002056)
146 E. Washington
33°26′54″N 112°04′15″W / 33.448333°N 112.070833°W / 33.448333; -112.070833 (Fry Building-Baxter Block)
Fry building built in 1891
82 Garfield Historic District
Garfield Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000325)
Roughly bounded by 7th St. on the west, 16th St. on the east, Roosevelt St. on the north, and Van Buren St. on the south
33°27′18″N 112°03′23″W / 33.455111°N 112.056444°W / 33.455111; -112.056444 (Garfield Historic District)
83 Garfield Methodist Church
Garfield Methodist Church
August 10, 1993
(#93000743)
1302 E. Roosevelt St.
33°27′33″N 112°03′11″W / 33.459167°N 112.053056°W / 33.459167; -112.053056 (Garfield Methodist Church)
84 Neil H. Gates House
Neil H. Gates House
August 11, 1986
(#86002646)
4602 N. Elsie Ave.
33°30′15″N 111°57′11″W / 33.504167°N 111.953056°W / 33.504167; -111.953056 (Neil H. Gates House)
85 General Sales Company Warehouse Upload image
October 4, 2016
(#16000681)
515 E. Grant St.
33°26′27″N 112°04′01″W / 33.440928°N 112.067075°W / 33.440928; -112.067075 (General Sales Company Warehouse)
86 Gerardo's Building
Gerardo's Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002057)
421 S. 3rd St.
33°26′36″N 112°04′08″W / 33.443333°N 112.068889°W / 33.443333; -112.068889 (Gerardo's Building)
87 Carter W. Gibbes House
Carter W. Gibbes House
August 25, 1983
(#83002992)
2233 N. Alvarado
33°28′19″N 112°04′11″W / 33.471944°N 112.069722°W / 33.471944; -112.069722 (Carter W. Gibbes House)
88 Grace Lutheran Church
Grace Lutheran Church
August 12, 1993
(#93000835)
1124 N. 3rd St.
33°27′39″N 112°04′09″W / 33.460833°N 112.069167°W / 33.460833; -112.069167 (Grace Lutheran Church)
89 Lois Grunow Memorial Clinic
Lois Grunow Memorial Clinic
September 4, 1985
(#85002065)
926 E. McDowell
33°27′58″N 112°03′38″W / 33.466111°N 112.060556°W / 33.466111; -112.060556 (Lois Grunow Memorial Clinic)
Entrance of the Lois Grunow Memorial Clinic built in 1931
90 Burgess A. Hadsell House
Burgess A. Hadsell House
January 12, 1995
(#94001531)
1001 E. Fillmore St.
33°27′17″N 112°03′34″W / 33.454722°N 112.059444°W / 33.454722; -112.059444 (Burgess A. Hadsell House)
91 Fred G. Hilvert House Upload image
October 11, 2016
(#16000700)
106 E. Country Club Dr.
33°28′52″N 112°03′33″W / 33.481006°N 112.059221°W / 33.481006; -112.059221 (Fred G. Hilvert House)
92 George M. Halm and Mary Alverda Howard House
George M. Halm and Mary Alverda Howard House
January 24, 2011
(#10001161)
6850 North Central Ave.
33°32′16″N 112°04′28″W / 33.537778°N 112.074444°W / 33.537778; -112.074444 (George M. Halm and Mary Alverda Howard House)
93 Hanny's
Hanny's
September 6, 1985
(#85002058)
44 N. 1st St.
33°26′57″N 112°04′19″W / 33.449167°N 112.071944°W / 33.449167; -112.071944 (Hanny's)
94 Sarah and Jack Harelson House
Sarah and Jack Harelson House
April 6, 2010
(#10000152)
4437 E. Arlington Rd.
33°31′01″N 111°59′06″W / 33.517058°N 111.984903°W / 33.517058; -111.984903 (Sarah and Jack Harelson House)
95 Heard Building
Heard Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002059)
112 N. Central
33°26′59″N 112°04′24″W / 33.449722°N 112.073333°W / 33.449722; -112.073333 (Heard Building)
The Heard Building, built in 1920, was Phoenix's first skyscraper. The building was featured in Alfred Hitchcocks 1960 film "Psycho"[8]
96 Hedgpeth Hills Petroglyph Site
Hedgpeth Hills Petroglyph Site
February 16, 1984
(#84000718)
3711 West Deer Valley Road
33°41′01″N 112°08′30″W / 33.68361°N 112.141722°W / 33.68361; -112.141722 (Hedgpeth Hills Petroglyph Site)
North/Northwest Phoenix
97 George Hidden House
George Hidden House
January 11, 1995
(#94001532)
763 E. Moreland St.
33°27′40″N 112°03′48″W / 33.461111°N 112.063333°W / 33.461111; -112.063333 (George Hidden House)
98 Hohokam-Pima Irrigation Sites
Hohokam-Pima Irrigation Sites
October 15, 1966
(#66000184)
Address Restricted
99 Hotel Westward Ho
Hotel Westward Ho
February 19, 1982
(#82002082)
618 N. Central Ave.
33°27′18″N 112°04′26″W / 33.455°N 112.073889°W / 33.455; -112.073889 (Hotel Westward Ho)
100 House at 818 South 1st Avenue
House at 818 South 1st Avenue
January 12, 1995
(#94001538)
818 S. 1st Ave.
33°26′22″N 112°04′28″W / 33.439444°N 112.074444°W / 33.439444; -112.074444 (House at 818 South 1st Avenue)
101 L. Ron Hubbard House
L. Ron Hubbard House
November 23, 2009
(#09000953)
5501 N. 44th St.
33°31′02″N 111°59′10″W / 33.517125°N 111.986103°W / 33.517125; -111.986103 (L. Ron Hubbard House)
102 William K. Humbert House
William K. Humbert House
December 1, 1983
(#83003476)
2238 N. Alvarado Rd.
33°28′21″N 112°04′14″W / 33.4725°N 112.070556°W / 33.4725; -112.070556 (William K. Humbert House)
103 Hunt Bass Hatchery Caretaker's House
Hunt Bass Hatchery Caretaker's House
January 23, 2003
(#02001723)
Phoenix Zoo grounds, 455 N. Galvin Parkway
33°27′06″N 111°56′49″W / 33.451667°N 111.946944°W / 33.451667; -111.946944 (Hunt Bass Hatchery Caretaker's House)
104 Hunt's Tomb
Hunt's Tomb
June 12, 2008
(#08000526)
625 N. Galvin Pkwy, Papago Park
33°27′07″N 111°56′40″W / 33.451898°N 111.944339°W / 33.451898; -111.944339 (Hunt's Tomb)
105 Hurley Building
Hurley Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002062)
536 and 544-548 W. McDowell and 1601 N. 7th Ave.
33°27′57″N 112°04′54″W / 33.465833°N 112.081667°W / 33.465833; -112.081667 (Hurley Building)
106 Idylwilde Park Historic District Upload image
February 5, 1998
(#98000054)
Roughly bounded by 11th and 12th Sts., Weldon, and Fairmont Aves.
33°29′27″N 112°03′23″W / 33.490833°N 112.056389°W / 33.490833; -112.056389 (Idylwilde Park Historic District)
107 Immaculate Heart of Mary
Immaculate Heart of Mary
August 10, 1993
(#93000742)
909 E. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°03′40″W / 33.448056°N 112.061111°W / 33.448056; -112.061111 (Immaculate Heart of Mary)
108 Judge Fred C. Jacobs House
Judge Fred C. Jacobs House
January 24, 2011
(#10001169)
6224 N. Central Ave.
33°31′41″N 112°04′28″W / 33.528056°N 112.074444°W / 33.528056; -112.074444 (Judge Fred C. Jacobs House)
Judge Fred C. Jacobs' House was built in 1928
109 Kaler House
Kaler House
December 17, 1992
(#92001686)
301 W. Frier Dr.
33°32′56″N 112°04′40″W / 33.548889°N 112.077778°W / 33.548889; -112.077778 (Kaler House)
110 Kenilworth Elementary School
Kenilworth Elementary School
March 25, 1982
(#82002083)
1210 N. 5th Ave.
33°27′44″N 112°04′49″W / 33.462222°N 112.080278°W / 33.462222; -112.080278 (Kenilworth Elementary School)
111 Kenilworth Historic District Upload image
November 30, 1983
(#83003478)
Roughly bounded by W. Lynwood and W. Willetta Sts. between 3rd and 7th Aves., and W. Culver St. between 5th and 7th Aves.; also 312 W. Culver St.
33°27′49″N 112°04′48″W / 33.463611°N 112.08°W / 33.463611; -112.08 (Kenilworth Historic District)
Culver St. address represents a boundary increase
112 King's Rest Hotel Motor Court
King's Rest Hotel Motor Court
August 26, 1987
(#87001882)
801 S. 17th Ave.
33°26′21″N 112°05′41″W / 33.439167°N 112.094722°W / 33.439167; -112.094722 (King's Rest Hotel Motor Court)
113 Denison Kitchel House
Denison Kitchel House
May 19, 1994
(#94000448)
2912 E. Sherran Lane
33°29′24″N 112°01′04″W / 33.49°N 112.017778°W / 33.49; -112.017778 (Denison Kitchel House)
Phoenix, Arizona
114 Knights of Pythias Building
Knights of Pythias Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002063)
829 N. 1st Ave.
33°27′27″N 112°04′27″W / 33.4575°N 112.074167°W / 33.4575; -112.074167 (Knights of Pythias Building)
115 Kinter K. Koontz House
Kinter K. Koontz House
July 20, 2011
(#11000463)
7620 N. 7th St.
33°32′52″N 112°03′57″W / 33.547778°N 112.065833°W / 33.547778; -112.065833 (Kinter K. Koontz House)
116 La Hacienda Historic District
La Hacienda Historic District
February 13, 2009
(#09000002)
Bounded by N. 3rd St. to the west, N. 7th St. to the east, E. Catalina Dr. to the north, and E. Thomas Rd. to the south
33°28′52″N 112°04′02″W / 33.481156°N 112.067295°W / 33.481156; -112.067295 (La Hacienda Historic District)
117 C. A. Larson House
C. A. Larson House
January 12, 1995
(#94001533)
710 S. 1st Ave.
33°26′27″N 112°04′28″W / 33.440833°N 112.074444°W / 33.440833; -112.074444 (C. A. Larson House)
118 Los Olivos Historic District Upload image
June 10, 2010
(#10000326)
The 300 block of E Monte Vista Rd.
33°28′16″N 112°04′02″W / 33.471175°N 112.067267°W / 33.471175; -112.067267 (Los Olivos Historic District)
119 Margarita Place Historic District
Margarita Place Historic District
April 12, 2007
(#07000279)
Bounded by Thomas Rd., Windsor Ave., 15th And 16th Ave.
33°28′47″N 112°05′33″W / 33.479592°N 112.092556°W / 33.479592; -112.092556 (Margarita Place Historic District)
The Vlassis Ruzow and Associates Building is located at 1545 W. Thomas Road. The building is considered historical by the Phoenix Historic Preservation Office.[9]
120 Maricopa County Courthouse
Maricopa County Courthouse
February 10, 1989
(#88003237)
125 W. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°04′29″W / 33.448056°N 112.074722°W / 33.448056; -112.074722 (Maricopa County Courthouse)
The historical “Miranda rights” was established in this court after the arrest of Ernesto Miranda
121 James H. McClintock House
James H. McClintock House
October 4, 1990
(#90001525)
323 E. Willetta St.
33°27′49″N 112°03′56″W / 33.463611°N 112.065556°W / 33.463611; -112.065556 (James H. McClintock House)
122 Medlock Place Historic District
Medlock Place Historic District
June 1, 2006
(#06000434)
Roughly bounded by Missouri Ave., Camelback Rd., 7th Ave., and Central Ave.
33°29′42″N 112°04′39″W / 33.495°N 112.0775°W / 33.495; -112.0775 (Medlock Place Historic District)
123 Monroe School
Monroe School
August 26, 1977
(#77000237)
215 N. 7th St.
33°27′00″N 112°03′50″W / 33.45°N 112.063889°W / 33.45; -112.063889 (Monroe School)
Monroe High School built in 1914
124 David Morgan-Earl A. Bronson House
David Morgan-Earl A. Bronson House
January 24, 2011
(#10001168)
8030 N. Central Ave.
33°33′15″N 112°04′28″W / 33.554167°N 112.074444°W / 33.554167; -112.074444 (David Morgan-Earl A. Bronson House)
The David Morgan-Earl A. Bronson House, built 1927.
125 North Central Avenue Streetscape Historic District
North Central Avenue Streetscape Historic District
November 30, 2005
(#05001346)
Central Ave. between Bethany Home Rd. and the Arizona Canal
33°31′26″N 112°04′25″W / 33.523806°N 112.073686°W / 33.523806; -112.073686 (North Central Avenue Streetscape Historic District)
126 North Encanto Historic District
North Encanto Historic District
January 24, 2007
(#06001262)
Roughly bounded by 15th and 18th Aves., Thomas to Osborn Rds.
33°29′03″N 112°05′41″W / 33.484117°N 112.094661°W / 33.484117; -112.094661 (North Encanto Historic District)
127 North Garfield Historic District
North Garfield Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000327)
Roughly bounded by 7th St. on the west, 16th St. on the east, Roosevelt St. on the south, and Interstate 10 on the north
33°27′36″N 112°03′23″W / 33.459942°N 112.056447°W / 33.459942; -112.056447 (North Garfield Historic District)
128 Oakland Historic District
Oakland Historic District
July 10, 1992
(#92000847)
Roughly bounded by Fillmore St., 19th Ave., Van Buren St., and Grand Ave.
33°27′12″N 112°05′31″W / 33.453333°N 112.091944°W / 33.453333; -112.091944 (Oakland Historic District)
The Crown Filter Queen Building is located at 1800 W. Van Buren Ave. The building is considered historical by the Phoenix Historic Preservation Office.[9]
129 George A. Olney/Everett E. Ellinwood House
George A. Olney/Everett E. Ellinwood House
April 8, 2010
(#10000155)
6810 N. Central Ave.
33°32′13″N 112°04′28″W / 33.537006°N 112.0745°W / 33.537006; -112.0745 (George A. Olney/Everett E. Ellinwood House)
130 Ong Yut Geong Wholesale Market
Ong Yut Geong Wholesale Market
September 4, 1985
(#85002066)
502 S. 2nd St.
33°26′35″N 112°04′10″W / 33.443056°N 112.069444°W / 33.443056; -112.069444 (Ong Yut Geong Wholesale Market)
131 Jim Ong's Market
Jim Ong's Market
July 8, 1982
(#82002084)
1110 E. Washington St.
33°26′55″N 112°03′28″W / 33.448611°N 112.057778°W / 33.448611; -112.057778 (Jim Ong's Market)
132 Orpheum Theater
Orpheum Theater
September 4, 1985
(#85002067)
209 W. Adams
33°26′57″N 112°04′33″W / 33.449167°N 112.075833°W / 33.449167; -112.075833 (Orpheum Theater)
133 William Lewis Osborn House
William Lewis Osborn House
May 15, 1991
(#91000544)
1266 W. Pierce Ave.
33°27′23″N 112°05′23″W / 33.456389°N 112.089722°W / 33.456389; -112.089722 (William Lewis Osborn House)
134 Palm Lane Gardens
Palm Lane Gardens
December 22, 2009
(#09001112)
101-115 E. Palm La.
33°28′10″N 112°04′16″W / 33.469361°N 112.07115°W / 33.469361; -112.07115 (Palm Lane Gardens)
135 E. Payne Palmer House
E. Payne Palmer House
May 2, 2002
(#02000420)
6012 N. Central Ave.
33°31′28″N 112°04′27″W / 33.524444°N 112.074167°W / 33.524444; -112.074167 (E. Payne Palmer House)
136 Pay'n Takit No. 5
Pay'n Takit No. 5
September 4, 1985
(#85002069)
1012 N. 7th Ave.
33°27′32″N 112°04′55″W / 33.458889°N 112.081944°W / 33.458889; -112.081944 (Pay'n Takit No. 5)
137 Pay'n Takit No. 13
Pay'n Takit No. 13
September 4, 1985
(#85002068)
1402 E. Van Buren
33°27′06″N 112°03′04″W / 33.451667°N 112.051111°W / 33.451667; -112.051111 (Pay'n Takit No. 13)
138 Pay'n Takit No. 25
Pay'n Takit No. 25
September 5, 1985
(#85002070)
1753-1755 W. Van Buren
33°27′04″N 112°05′50″W / 33.451111°N 112.097222°W / 33.451111; -112.097222 (Pay'n Takit No. 25)
Pay'n Takit No. 25, built in 1926, now (2012) houses Central United "A boxing club"
139 Phoenix Building and Loan House
Phoenix Building and Loan House
January 12, 1995
(#94001534)
1138-1140 E. Taylor St.
33°27′14″N 112°03′24″W / 33.453889°N 112.056667°W / 33.453889; -112.056667 (Phoenix Building and Loan House)
140 Phoenix Carnegie Library and Library Park
Phoenix Carnegie Library and Library Park
November 19, 1974
(#74000456)
1101 W. Washington St.
33°26′51″N 112°05′10″W / 33.4475°N 112.086111°W / 33.4475; -112.086111 (Phoenix Carnegie Library and Library Park)
The Phoenix Carnegie Library was built in 1907
141 Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1 Administration Building
Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1 Administration Building
October 17, 1997
(#95001076)
331 N. 1st Ave.
33°27′08″N 112°04′25″W / 33.452222°N 112.073611°W / 33.452222; -112.073611 (Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1 Administration Building)
142 Phoenix Homesteads Historic District
Phoenix Homesteads Historic District
October 13, 1987
(#87001430)
Roughly bounded by Flower and 28th Sts., Pinchot Ave., and 26th St.; boundary increase (listed October 15, 2010): Roughly bounded by Pinchot and Flower Sts., 26th to 28th Sts.
33°29′01″N 112°01′21″W / 33.483611°N 112.0225°W / 33.483611; -112.0225 (Phoenix Homesteads Historic District)
143 Phoenix Indian School Historic District
Phoenix Indian School Historic District
May 31, 2001
(#01000521)
300 E. Indian School Rd.
33°29′51″N 112°04′10″W / 33.4975°N 112.069444°W / 33.4975; -112.069444 (Phoenix Indian School Historic District)
Image is of the main building of the historic Phoenix Indian School built in 1891
144 Phoenix LDS Second Ward Church
Phoenix LDS Second Ward Church
November 30, 1983
(#83003492)
1120 N. 3rd Ave.
33°27′56″N 112°04′37″W / 33.465556°N 112.076944°W / 33.465556; -112.076944 (Phoenix LDS Second Ward Church)
145 Phoenix Seed & Feed Company
Phoenix Seed & Feed Company
September 4, 1985
(#85002071)
411 S. 2nd St.
33°26′38″N 112°04′11″W / 33.443889°N 112.069722°W / 33.443889; -112.069722 (Phoenix Seed & Feed Company)
146 Phoenix Towers
Phoenix Towers
January 2, 2008
(#07001334)
2201 N. Central Ave.
33°28′17″N 112°04′21″W / 33.471389°N 112.0725°W / 33.471389; -112.0725 (Phoenix Towers)
147 Phoenix Townsite
Phoenix Townsite
November 7, 1978
(#78000550)
Bounded by 6th, 7th, Monroe, and Adams Sts.
33°26′59″N 112°03′54″W / 33.449722°N 112.065°W / 33.449722; -112.065 (Phoenix Townsite)
148 Phoenix Union Colored High School
Phoenix Union Colored High School
May 2, 1991
(#91000543)
415 E. Grant St.
33°26′22″N 112°04′00″W / 33.439328°N 112.066581°W / 33.439328; -112.066581 (Phoenix Union Colored High School)
Phoenix Union Colored High School built in 1926. The school was renamed the George Washington Carver High School
149 Phoenix Union High School Historic District
Phoenix Union High School Historic District
July 15, 1982
(#82002085)
512 E. Van Buren
33°27′10″N 112°03′51″W / 33.452778°N 112.064167°W / 33.452778; -112.064167 (Phoenix Union High School Historic District)
Phoenix Union High School built in 1912
150 Harry E. Pierce House
Harry E. Pierce House
November 30, 1983
(#83003493)
632 N. 3rd Ave.
33°27′22″N 112°04′37″W / 33.456111°N 112.076944°W / 33.456111; -112.076944 (Harry E. Pierce House)
151 N. Clyde Pierce House
N. Clyde Pierce House
January 8, 1998
(#97001602)
4505 E. Osborn Rd.
33°29′13″N 111°58′59″W / 33.486944°N 111.983056°W / 33.486944; -111.983056 (N. Clyde Pierce House)
152 Pieri-Elliot House
Pieri-Elliot House
December 29, 1983
(#83003500)
767 E. Moreland St.
33°27′40″N 112°03′41″W / 33.461111°N 112.061389°W / 33.461111; -112.061389 (Pieri-Elliot House)
153 Pioneer Military and Memorial Park
Pioneer Military and Memorial Park
February 1, 2007
(#06001317)
13th to 15th Aves., Jefferson to Harrison Aves.
33°26′44″N 112°05′25″W / 33.445647°N 112.090253°W / 33.445647; -112.090253 (Pioneer Military and Memorial Park)
Grave site of Jacob "Dutchman" Waltz located in the "City/Loosley Cemetery" section.
154 Portland Street Historic District
Portland Street Historic District
November 30, 1983
(#83003491)
W. Portland St. between 3rd and 7th Aves.
33°27′35″N 112°04′46″W / 33.459722°N 112.079444°W / 33.459722; -112.079444 (Portland Street Historic District)
155 Charles H. Pratt House
Charles H. Pratt House
November 7, 1996
(#96001274)
4979 E. Camelback Rd.
33°30′20″N 111°58′20″W / 33.505556°N 111.972222°W / 33.505556; -111.972222 (Charles H. Pratt House)
156 Professional Building
Professional Building
January 8, 1993
(#85003563)
137 N. Central
33°27′00″N 112°04′22″W / 33.45°N 112.072778°W / 33.45; -112.072778 (Professional Building)
157 Pueblo Grande Ruin
Pueblo Grande Ruin
October 15, 1966
(#66000185)
4619 E. Washington Ave.
33°26′32″N 111°59′00″W / 33.442222°N 111.983333°W / 33.442222; -111.983333 (Pueblo Grande Ruin)
158 Rancho Arroyo
Rancho Arroyo
September 12, 2003
(#03000901)
6737 N. 20th St.
33°32′10″N 112°02′15″W / 33.536111°N 112.0375°W / 33.536111; -112.0375 (Rancho Arroyo)
159 Rancho Joaquina House
Rancho Joaquina House
July 9, 1984
(#84000786)
4630 E. Cheery Lynn Rd.
33°29′07″N 111°58′08″W / 33.485278°N 111.968889°W / 33.485278; -111.968889 (Rancho Joaquina House)
160 Regency House Upload image
September 20, 2016
(#16000630)
2323 N. Central Ave.
33°28′25″N 112°04′25″W / 33.473716°N 112.073711°W / 33.473716; -112.073711 (Regency House)
161 Rehbein Grocery
Rehbein Grocery
October 1, 1985
(#85002895)
1231 Grand Ave.
33°27′24″N 112°05′19″W / 33.456667°N 112.088611°W / 33.456667; -112.088611 (Rehbein Grocery)
162 Roosevelt Historic District
Roosevelt Historic District
November 30, 1983
(#83003490)
Roughly bounded by Portland and Fillmore Sts., Central and 7th Aves.
33°27′29″N 112°04′40″W / 33.458056°N 112.077778°W / 33.458056; -112.077778 (Roosevelt Historic District)
The historic Harry J. Felch House was built in 1927 and is located in 525 W. Lynwood Street in Phoenix, Az. The Dutch Colonial Home is located in Phoenix’s historic Roosevelt District.
163 John M. Ross House
John M. Ross House
February 24, 2000
(#00000145)
6722 N. Central Ave.
33°31′36″N 112°04′27″W / 33.526667°N 112.074167°W / 33.526667; -112.074167 (John M. Ross House)
164 Dr. Roland Lee Rosson House
Dr. Roland Lee Rosson House
June 3, 1971
(#71000112)
139 N. 6th St.
33°27′00″N 112°03′58″W / 33.45009°N 112.06623°W / 33.45009; -112.06623 (Dr. Roland Lee Rosson House)
165 Sacred Heart Church
Sacred Heart Church
March 20, 2012
(#12000124)
920 S. 17th St.
33°26′04″N 112°03′22″W / 33.43436°N 112.056203°W / 33.43436; -112.056203 (Sacred Heart Church)
166 Sacred Heart Home for the Aged
Sacred Heart Home for the Aged
February 2, 2010
(#05001548)
1110 N. 16th St.
33°27′39″N 112°02′56″W / 33.460972°N 112.048772°W / 33.460972; -112.048772 (Sacred Heart Home for the Aged)
167 St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's Church
November 29, 1978
(#78000551)
231 N. 3rd St.
33°27′02″N 112°04′06″W / 33.450556°N 112.068333°W / 33.450556; -112.068333 (St. Mary's Church)
168 San Carlos Hotel
San Carlos Hotel
December 8, 1983
(#83003498)
202 N. Central Ave.
33°27′02″N 112°04′23″W / 33.450556°N 112.073056°W / 33.450556; -112.073056 (San Carlos Hotel)
169 Security Building
Security Building
September 12, 1985
(#85002081)
234 N. Central
33°27′04″N 112°04′24″W / 33.451111°N 112.073333°W / 33.451111; -112.073333 (Security Building)
Security Building built in 1925
170 M. J. Sharp House
M. J. Sharp House
January 12, 1995
(#94001535)
1012 S. 1st Ave.
33°26′15″N 112°04′28″W / 33.4375°N 112.074444°W / 33.4375; -112.074444 (M. J. Sharp House)
171 Shell Oil Co.
Shell Oil Co.
September 4, 1985
(#85002073)
425 S. 16th Ave.
33°26′34″N 112°05′31″W / 33.442778°N 112.091944°W / 33.442778; -112.091944 (Shell Oil Co.)
172 E. W. Skinner House
E. W. Skinner House
January 12, 1995
(#94001536)
917 E. Roosevelt St.
33°27′31″N 112°03′38″W / 33.458611°N 112.060556°W / 33.458611; -112.060556 (E. W. Skinner House)
173 Walter Lee Smith House
Walter Lee Smith House
January 24, 2011
(#10001167)
7202 N. 7th Ave.
33°32′30″N 112°05′08″W / 33.541667°N 112.085556°W / 33.541667; -112.085556 (Walter Lee Smith House)
174 Smurthwaite House
Smurthwaite House
May 17, 2001
(#01000479)
1317 W. Jefferson St.
33°26′48″N 112°05′21″W / 33.446667°N 112.089167°W / 33.446667; -112.089167 (Smurthwaite House)
Built in 1897, the house was formerly located at 602 N. 7th St., Phoenix[10]
175 Squaw Peak Inn
Squaw Peak Inn
July 19, 1996
(#96000760)
4425 E. Horseshoe Rd.
33°33′56″N 111°59′02″W / 33.565556°N 111.983889°W / 33.565556; -111.983889 (Squaw Peak Inn)
176 Steinegger Lodging House
Steinegger Lodging House
June 19, 1986
(#86001369)
27 E. Monroe
33°27′00″N 112°04′20″W / 33.45°N 112.072222°W / 33.45; -112.072222 (Steinegger Lodging House)
177 C.P. Stephens DeSoto Six Motorcars
C.P. Stephens DeSoto Six Motorcars
February 20, 2013
(#13000019)
915 N. Central Ave.
33°27′30″N 112°04′26″W / 33.458424°N 112.073768°W / 33.458424; -112.073768 (C.P. Stephens DeSoto Six Motorcars)
178 Storage Warehouse
Storage Warehouse
September 4, 1985
(#85002074)
429 W. Jackson
33°26′41″N 112°04′44″W / 33.444722°N 112.078889°W / 33.444722; -112.078889 (Storage Warehouse)
Built in 1920, refrigeration ice was stored in this building, thus the name Storage Warehouse. It was known as the Constable Ice and Fuel Co.
179 F. Q. Story Neighborhood Historic District
F. Q. Story Neighborhood Historic District
March 24, 1988
(#88000212)
McDowell Rd., 7th Ave., Roosevelt St., and 16th Ave.; also roughly bounded by 17th Ave., Culver St., 15th Ave. and Lynwood St., plus lots on Roosevelt St. and McDowell Rd.
33°27′41″N 112°05′15″W / 33.461389°N 112.0875°W / 33.461389; -112.0875 (F. Q. Story Neighborhood Historic District)
Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase
180 Ralph H. Stoughton Estate Upload image
July 3, 1985
(#85001475)
805 W. South Mountain Ave.
33°22′12″N 112°05′09″W / 33.37°N 112.085833°W / 33.37; -112.085833 (Ralph H. Stoughton Estate)
181 Courtney and Hilda Stubbs House
Courtney and Hilda Stubbs House
January 24, 2011
(#10001166)
1245 E. Ocotillo Rd.
33°32′04″N 112°03′16″W / 33.534444°N 112.054444°W / 33.534444; -112.054444 (Courtney and Hilda Stubbs House)
182 Sun Mercantile Building
Sun Mercantile Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002075)
232 S. 3rd St.
33°26′43″N 112°04′13″W / 33.445278°N 112.070278°W / 33.445278; -112.070278 (Sun Mercantile Building)
183 Swindall Tourist Inn
Swindall Tourist Inn
September 7, 1995
(#95001081)
1021 E. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°03′31″W / 33.448056°N 112.058611°W / 33.448056; -112.058611 (Swindall Tourist Inn)
This is the only remaining hotel in Phoenix that served as public accommodations for African Americans during the era of segregation. Built in 1913 as a private home for the Steyaert family, Mrs. Steyaert used it for boarding, securing the home’s important function as temporary housing for traveling African Americans. [11]
184 Temple Beth Israel
Temple Beth Israel
February 22, 2011
(#11000043)
122 E Culver St.
33°27′46″N 112°04′18″W / 33.462778°N 112.071667°W / 33.462778; -112.071667 (Temple Beth Israel)
185 Title and Trust Building
Title and Trust Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002076)
112 N. 1st Ave.
33°26′58″N 112°04′29″W / 33.449444°N 112.074722°W / 33.449444; -112.074722 (Title and Trust Building)
"U" shaped towers were built in 1931
186 Tovrea Castle
Tovrea Castle
March 28, 1996
(#96000309)
5041 E. Van Buren
33°26′55″N 111°58′16″W / 33.448611°N 111.971111°W / 33.448611; -111.971111 (Tovrea Castle)
187 Judge Charles Austin Tweed House
Judge Charles Austin Tweed House
May 14, 1987
(#87000775)
1611 W. Fillmore Ave.
33°27′17″N 112°05′37″W / 33.454722°N 112.093611°W / 33.454722; -112.093611 (Judge Charles Austin Tweed House)
188 U.S. Post Office
U.S. Post Office
February 10, 1983
(#83002993)
522 N. Central Ave.
33°27′15″N 112°04′25″W / 33.454167°N 112.073611°W / 33.454167; -112.073611 (U.S. Post Office)
189 Union Station
Union Station
November 25, 1985
(#85003056)
4th Ave. and Southern Pacific railroad tracks
33°26′39″N 112°04′42″W / 33.444167°N 112.078333°W / 33.444167; -112.078333 (Union Station)
190 Valley Plumbing & Sheet Metal
Valley Plumbing & Sheet Metal
October 1, 1985
(#85002894)
530 W. Adams
33°26′58″N 112°04′48″W / 33.449444°N 112.08°W / 33.449444; -112.08 (Valley Plumbing & Sheet Metal)
191 Verde Park Pumphouse
Verde Park Pumphouse
September 7, 1995
(#95001078)
Junction of 9th St. and Van Buren Ave.
33°27′09″N 112°03′37″W / 33.4525°N 112.060278°W / 33.4525; -112.060278 (Verde Park Pumphouse)
192 Victoria Place Historic District Upload image
April 18, 1988
(#88000384)
700 block of E. McKinley St.
33°27′24″N 112°03′46″W / 33.456667°N 112.062778°W / 33.456667; -112.062778 (Victoria Place Historic District)
193 Villa del Coronado Upload image
December 22, 2009
(#09001113)
100-190 E. Coronado Rd.
33°28′03″N 112°04′14″W / 33.467536°N 112.070558°W / 33.467536; -112.070558 (Villa del Coronado)
194 Villa Verde Plat A and Villa Verde Plat B Historic District
Villa Verde Plat A and Villa Verde Plat B Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000328)
Roughly bounded by Monte Vista Rd., Granada Rd., 19th Ave., and 20th Ave.
33°28′11″N 112°06′04″W / 33.4697°N 112.101211°W / 33.4697; -112.101211 (Villa Verde Plat A and Villa Verde Plat B Historic District)
195 George H. Vradenburg House
George H. Vradenburg House
April 8, 2010
(#10000156)
1600 W. Colter St.
33°30′49″N 112°05′38″W / 33.5136°N 112.093775°W / 33.5136; -112.093775 (George H. Vradenburg House)
196 J. W. Walker Building-Central Arizona Light & Power
J. W. Walker Building-Central Arizona Light & Power
September 4, 1985
(#85002077)
10 N. 3rd Ave. and 300 W. Washington
33°26′54″N 112°04′38″W / 33.448333°N 112.077222°W / 33.448333; -112.077222 (J. W. Walker Building-Central Arizona Light & Power)
197 Webster Auditorium
Webster Auditorium
June 14, 1990
(#90000823)
1201 N. Galvin Parkway
33°27′35″N 111°56′30″W / 33.459722°N 111.941667°W / 33.459722; -111.941667 (Webster Auditorium)
198 Welnick Arcade Market and Liefgreen Seed Company Building Upload image
August 9, 2016
(#16000490)
341-345 W. Van Buren St.
33°27′05″N 112°04′43″W / 33.451410°N 112.078507°W / 33.451410; -112.078507 (Welnick Arcade Market and Liefgreen Seed Company Building)
199 Western Wholesale Drug Co. Warehouse
Western Wholesale Drug Co. Warehouse
September 4, 1985
(#85002078)
101 E. Jackson
33°26′41″N 112°04′16″W / 33.444722°N 112.071111°W / 33.444722; -112.071111 (Western Wholesale Drug Co. Warehouse)
200 J. T. Whitney Funeral Home
J. T. Whitney Funeral Home
September 4, 1985
(#85002079)
330 N. 2nd Ave.
33°27′09″N 112°04′33″W / 33.4525°N 112.075833°W / 33.4525; -112.075833 (J. T. Whitney Funeral Home)
201 John G. Whittier School
John G. Whittier School
August 12, 1993
(#93000741)
2004 N. 16th St.
33°28′12″N 112°02′50″W / 33.47°N 112.047222°W / 33.47; -112.047222 (John G. Whittier School)
202 Willo Historic District
Willo Historic District
January 9, 1991
(#90002099)
Roughly bounded by Central Ave., McDowell Rd., 7th Ave., and Thomas Rd.; also roughly bounded by Edgemont and Cambridge Rds. and 7th and 3rd Aves.
33°28′23″N 112°04′42″W / 33.473056°N 112.078333°W / 33.473056; -112.078333 (Willo Historic District)
The Conn and Candlin CPA Office is located at 2701 N. 7th Ave. The building is considered historical by the Phoenix Historic Preservation Office. Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase.[9]
203 Windsor Square Historic District
Windsor Square Historic District
December 13, 2000
(#00001499)
Roughly bounded by 7th St., Camelback Rd., Central St., and Oregon Ave.
33°30′44″N 112°04′05″W / 33.512222°N 112.068056°W / 33.512222; -112.068056 (Windsor Square Historic District)
204 Woodland Historic District
Woodland Historic District
July 10, 1992
(#92000839)
Roughly bounded by Van Buren St., 7th Ave., Adams St., and 15th Ave.
33°27′01″N 112°05′11″W / 33.450278°N 112.086389°W / 33.450278; -112.086389 (Woodland Historic District)
205 Woodlea Historic District
Woodlea Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000329)
Roughly bounded by Glenrosa Ave. and Mackenzie Dr. on the north and south, and 9th Ave. on the east and west
33°29′51″N 112°05′05″W / 33.497606°N 112.084706°W / 33.497606; -112.084706 (Woodlea Historic District)
Residential neighborhood developed between 1928 and 1949 including a range of architectural styles from bungalow to ranch[6]
206 William Wrigley, Jr., Winter Cottage
William Wrigley, Jr., Winter Cottage
August 16, 1989
(#89001045)
2501 E. Telawa Trail
33°31′22″N 112°01′34″W / 33.522778°N 112.026111°W / 33.522778; -112.026111 (William Wrigley, Jr., Winter Cottage)
207 Yaple Park Historic District
Yaple Park Historic District
June 10, 2010
(#10000330)
Roughly bounded by 3rd and 7th Aves. and Turney and Minnezona Aves.
33°30′06″N 112°04′49″W / 33.501594°N 112.080289°W / 33.501594; -112.080289 (Yaple Park Historic District)
208 Yaun Ah Gim Groceries
Yaun Ah Gim Groceries
July 8, 1986
(#86001553)
1002 S. 4th Ave.
33°26′16″N 112°04′44″W / 33.437778°N 112.078889°W / 33.437778; -112.078889 (Yaun Ah Gim Groceries)
The building is in a state of abandonment.

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Arizona Citrus Growers Association Warehouse Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002043)
April 6, 2015
601 E. Jackson
33°26′41″N 112°03′54″W / 33.444722°N 112.065°W / 33.444722; -112.065 (Arizona Citrus Growers Association Warehouse)
Demolished
2 Arizona Orange Association Packing House Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002045)
April 8, 1988
520 W. Jackson
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (Arizona Orange Association Packing House)
3 Clinton Campbell House
Clinton Campbell House
January 12, 1995
(#94001526)
April 6, 2015
361 N. 4th Ave.
33°27′12″N 112°04′41″W / 33.453333°N 112.078056°W / 33.453333; -112.078056 (Clinton Campbell House)
4 Central Wholesale Terminal Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002050)
Unknown
315 E. Madison & 227 S. 3rd St.
5 C. W. Cisney House
C. W. Cisney House
January 12, 1995
(#94001527)
September 8, 2015
2011 W. Madison St.
33°26′41″N 112°06′07″W / 33.444722°N 112.101944°W / 33.444722; -112.101944 (C. W. Cisney House)
6 Coca Cola Bottling Works Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002053)
April 8, 1988
547 W. Jefferson
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (Coca Cola Bottling Works)
7 Concrete Block House
Concrete Block House
November 30, 1983
(#83003455)
April 6, 2015
614 N. 4th Ave.
33°27′20″N 112°04′42″W / 33.455556°N 112.078333°W / 33.455556; -112.078333 (Concrete Block House)
8 Ellingson Building Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002055)
April 8, 1988
19 E. Washington
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (Ellingson Building)
9 High Class Food Company Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002060)
Unknown
1410 E. Washington
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (High Class Food Company)
10 Higuera Grocery Upload image
October 1, 1985
(#85002893)
April 6, 2015
923 S. 2nd Ave.
33°26′17″N 112°04′30″W / 33.438056°N 112.075°W / 33.438056; -112.075 (Higuera Grocery)
Demolished
11 Hotel St. James
Hotel St. James
September 4, 1985
(#85002061)
April 6, 2015
21 E. Madison
33°26′45″N 112°04′21″W / 33.445833°N 112.0725°W / 33.445833; -112.0725 (Hotel St. James)
12 Lightning Delivery Co. Warehouse Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002064)
April 6, 2015
425 E. Jackson
33°26′41″N 112°04′01″W / 33.444722°N 112.066944°W / 33.444722; -112.066944 (Lightning Delivery Co. Warehouse)
Demolished
13 Overland Arizona Co. Upload image
October 1, 1985
(#85002896)
April 6, 2015
12 N. 4th Ave.
33°26′54″N 112°04′43″W / 33.448333°N 112.078611°W / 33.448333; -112.078611 (Overland Arizona Co.)
Demolished
14 Rose Tourist Camp Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002072)
Unknown
1555 W. Van Buren
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (Rose Tourist Camp)
15 Judge W. H. Stillwell House Upload image
January 12, 1995
(#94001537)
April 6, 2015
2039 W. Monroe St.
33°27′00″N 112°06′09″W / 33.45°N 112.1025°W / 33.45; -112.1025 (Judge W. H. Stillwell House)
Demolished
16 West End Hotel Upload image
October 1, 1985
(#85002897)
May 2, 2006
701 W. Washington
33°26′52″N 112°04′59″W / 33.447886°N 112.082937°W / 33.447886; -112.082937 (West End Hotel)
17 Winters Building-Craig Building Upload image
September 4, 1985
(#85002080)
April 8, 1988
39 W. Adams
41°31′29″N 88°05′41″W / 41.524834°N 88.094587°W / 41.524834; -88.094587 (Winters Building-Craig Building)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 24, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ a b c Steckner, Susie (January 21, 2011). "11 Phoenix neighborhoods get coveted historic status". The Arizona Republic. Phoenix, Arizona. Retrieved January 27, 2011. 
  7. ^ "The History of Encanto Manor Historic District (excerpted from National Register of Historic Places nomination form)". historicphoenix.com. Phoenix, Arizona. June 19, 2009. Retrieved January 27, 2011. 
  8. ^ "Phoenix Then and Now"; Authors: Paul Scharbach, John H. Akers; ISBN 978-1-59223-302-1
  9. ^ a b c "Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix, 1945 - 1975"; by: City of Phoenix Historic Preservation and Ryden Architects; Publisher: City of Phoenix; ISBN 978-0615409894
  10. ^ [1]
  11. ^ "CELEBRATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH WITH THESE 10 DOWNTOWN GEMS"; Author:Brandi Porter; For DTPHX.com Published May 15, 2015