Oregon Historic District

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Oregon Historic District
Fifth and Jackson in Oregon, Dayton.jpg
Commercial architecture in the district
Oregon Historic District is located in Ohio
Oregon Historic District
Oregon Historic District is located in the US
Oregon Historic District
LocationBetween Patterson Blvd. and Wayne Ave. N to Gates St. and S to U.S. 35, Dayton, Ohio
Coordinates39°45′19″N 84°11′4″W / 39.75528°N 84.18444°W / 39.75528; -84.18444Coordinates: 39°45′19″N 84°11′4″W / 39.75528°N 84.18444°W / 39.75528; -84.18444
Architectural styleQueen Anne, Federal and Greek Revival
NRHP reference #75001506
Added to NRHPMarch 27, 1975 [1]

The Oregon Historic District is a neighborhood in Dayton, Ohio. The Oregon District includes one of the earliest surviving combinations of commercial and residential architecture in Dayton. Examples of Dayton's architectural history from 1820 to 1915 line the brick streets and lanes in this 12 square block area.[2] Styles range from Federal to Queen Anne. Excellent examples of late Victorian commercial and residential architecture illustrate both the entrepreneurial success and the increasing affluence of many Oregon merchants and residents. The district is populated with art galleries, specialty shops, pubs, nightclubs, and coffee houses.[3]

Historic district[edit]

Oregon's National Register boundaries

In 1974, Oregon was registered on the National Register of Historic Places, between Patterson Blvd. and Wayne Ave., north to Gates St. and south to U.S. Route 35, and Downtown Dayton (No. 75001506).[4] City of Dayton Ordinance #24358-9.[5]

East Fifth Street[edit]

A popular local attraction, the commercial part of the Oregon District sits in between Patterson Blvd. and Wayne Ave. on E. Fifth St. More than 20 businesses currently thrive along this street from bars and restaurants to a government agency to a movie theatre and more. Once a location of Crepe Escape owned in partnership between the Ohio Players and others like former owner of Dayton Sports Center Ed Graham. Oregon bars featuring local old time acoustic and rock music; Thai 9, a Thai and sushi restaurant; The Neon] a movie theater catering to foreign, independent, and limited-release art-house features; Wiley's Comedy Club; Blind Bob's; Lily's Bistro; Ned Peppers; and 5th Street Wine and Deli.


The architecture of the Oregon Historic District includes examples of Federal, Italianate, Greek Revival and Queen Anne.


Daniel C. Cooper
John H. Balsley


  1. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-15). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ Hunter, David (Oct 1, 2003). Shifra Stein's Day Trips from Cincinnati: Getaways Less Than Two Hours Away. Globe Pequot. p. 45. ISBN 9780762727490. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  3. ^ "Oregon Arts District". Archived from the original on 10 April 2009. Retrieved 3 April 2009.
  4. ^ "OHIO - Montgomery County - Historic Districts". Retrieved 28 August 2006.
  5. ^ "City of Dayton - Historic District Map" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 October 2013. Retrieved 5 October 2013.

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