Philadelphia Register of Historic Places

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The Philadelphia Register of Historic Places (PRHP) is a register of historic places by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. Buildings, structures, sites, objects, interiors and districts can be added to the list.[1]

Criteria[edit]

According to the Philadelphia Historical Commission, sites eligible for listing are those that possess any of the following:[2]

  1. Has significant character, interest or value as part of the development, heritage or cultural characteristics of the City, Commonwealth or Nation or associated with the life of a person significant in the past.
  2. Associated with an event of importance to the history of the City, Commonwealth or Nation.
  3. Reflects the environment in an era characterized by a distinctive architectural style.
  4. Embodies distinguishing characteristics of an architectural style or engineering specimen.
  5. Is the work of a designer, architect, landscape architect or designer, or engineer whose work has significantly influenced the historical, architectural, economic, social, or cultural development of the City, Commonwealth or Nation.
  6. Contains elements of design, detail, materials or craftsmanship which represent a significant innovation.
  7. Is part of or related to a square, park or other distinctive area which should be preserved according to a historic, cultural or architectural motif.
  8. Represents an established and familiar visual feature of the neighborhood, community or City.
  9. Has yielded, or may be likely to yield, information important in pre-history or history.
  10. Exemplifies the cultural, political, economic, social or historical heritage of the community.

Properties listed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places may also be recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, be listed as a National Historic Landmark, or listed as a contributing property in a National Historic District.

Philadelphia Historical Commission[edit]

The Philadelphia Historical Commission is the city agency[3] responsible for overseeing the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places and ensuring the preservation of Philadelphia's historic resources including buildings, structures, sites, objects, interiors and districts.[4]

Current listings[edit]

The lists below contain properties on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places:

Properties listed in the register by name[edit]

Properties that do not have an official address as assigned by Philadelphia's Office of Property Assessment (OPA).[5]

Name Image Location Designation Date Description
Arnest Mansion (demolished) 3300-99 W Susquehanna Ave
39°59′23″N 75°11′17″W / 39.989657°N 75.187953°W / 39.989657; -75.187953
January 1, 2000
Bachelors Barge Club DrexelCrew.png 6 Boathouse Row
39°58′9″N 75°11′13″W / 39.96917°N 75.18694°W / 39.96917; -75.18694 (Bachelors Barge Club)
January 5, 1984 Mediterranean-style boathouse built in 1894.
Bartram House with Garden and dependencies Bartram House May 2002c.jpg 1650 S 53rd St
39°55′56″N 75°12′44″W / 39.932086°N 75.212326°W / 39.932086; -75.212326
June 26, 1956
Belmont Mansion WTP A11 Techserv 1.jpg 2000 Belmont Mansion Dr
39°59′27″N 75°12′47″E / 39.990938°N 75.213043°E / 39.990938; 75.213043
June 26, 1956
Benjamin Franklin Bridge 2012 Ben Franklin Bridge and Race Street Pier.jpg 200 N 05th St
39°57′14″N 75°08′25″E / 39.953956°N 75.140257°E / 39.953956; 75.140257
December 12, 2003
Blue Bell Tavern 7303 Woodland Ave
39°55′02″N 75°14′47″E / 39.917310°N 75.246506°E / 39.917310; 75.246506
September 30, 1958
Boelson Cottage Boelson Cottage, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, 187980pu.tif 1 M L King Dr
39°59′23″N 75°12′11″E / 39.989649°N 75.202941°E / 39.989649; 75.202941
May 28, 1963
Byberry Burial Ground 14700 Townsend Rd
40°06′57″N 74°58′10″E / 40.115928°N 74.969514°E / 40.115928; 74.969514
October 9, 2015
Cedar Grove Mansion Cedar Grove Mansion.jpg 4001 Lansdowne Dr
39°58′45″N 75°12′16″E / 39.979162°N 75.204385°E / 39.979162; 75.204385
June 26, 1956
Chamounix Mansion Chamounix.JPG 3250 Chamounix Dr
40°00′14″N 75°11′47″E / 40.003789°N 75.196359°E / 40.003789; 75.196359
June 26, 1956
Christopher Columbus Statue 2700 S Broad St
39°54′56″N 75°10′19″E / 39.915548°N 75.172079°E / 39.915548; 75.172079
March 10, 2017
College Boat Club of the University of Pennsylvania CollegeBC2010.jpg 11 Boathouse Row
39°58′10″N 75°11′18″E / 39.969572°N 75.188371°E / 39.969572; 75.188371
January 5, 1984
Crescent Boat Club Crescent72.png 5 Boathouse Row
39°58′10″N 75°11′12″E / 39.969326°N 75.186586°E / 39.969326; 75.186586
January 5, 1984
Dickens and Little Nell Statue, Clark Park Dickens and Nell Philly.JPG Clark Park
4400 Chester Ave
39°56′55″N 75°12′34″W / 39.9486°N 75.2094°W / 39.9486; -75.2094
October 12, 2001 One of only two life-sized sculptures of Charles Dickens. He had requested there not be any public memorials to him.[6]
Dream Garden Glass Mosaic, Curtis Center Dream garden.jpg 170 S Independence W Mall
39°56′53″N 75°09′05″E / 39.948143°N 75.151256°E / 39.948143; 75.151256
November 30, 1998
Dunning Coaches' Center, White Field House 231 S 33rd St
University of Pennsylvania
39°57′04″N 75°11′26″E / 39.951115°N 75.190420°E / 39.951115; 75.190420
February 7, 1974
East Park Canoe House 2400 Kelly Dr
39°59′37″N 75°11′37″E / 39.993553°N 75.193608°E / 39.993553; 75.193608
May 10, 1995
Eastern State Penitentiary Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary, main gate.jpg 2101-99 Fairmount Ave
39°58′06″N 75°10′22″E / 39.968258°N 75.172660°E / 39.968258; 75.172660
May 7, 1981
Fairmount Rowing Association FairmountRA2010.jpg 2-3 Boathouse Row
39°58′09″N 75°11′09″E / 39.969197°N 75.185894°E / 39.969197; 75.185894
January 5, 1984
Fairmount Water Works Fairmount Water Works LOC 314409cu.jpg 620-90 Aquarium Dr
39°57′59″N 75°11′01″E / 39.966347°N 75.183599°E / 39.966347; 75.183599
June 26, 1956
Fort Mifflin Mifflin Soldiers' Barracks01.png 1 Fort Mifflin Rd
39°52′32″N 75°12′46″E / 39.875589°N 75.212908°E / 39.875589; 75.212908
June 26, 1956
Founders Memorial Bell The John Wanamaker Memorial Founder's Bell 1 S Broad St
39°57′04″N 75°09′49″E / 39.951169°N 75.163486°E / 39.951169; 75.163486
June 14, 2000
Frankford Avenue Bridge over the Pennypack Creek Frankford-Avenue-Bridge.jpg 8350 Frankford Ave
40°02′37″N 75°01′14″E / 40.043544°N 75.020540°E / 40.043544; 75.020540
June 30, 1970
Glen Fern/Livezey House Geln fern Livezey house.jpg 1100 Livezey Ln
40°02′58″N 75°12′48″E / 40.049438°N 75.213273°E / 40.049438; 75.213273
June 26, 1956
Greenland (demolished) 1 Ford Rd
39°59′47″N 75°11′51″E / 39.996372°N 75.197494°E / 39.996372; 75.197494
May 31, 1960
Hall-Wiley House (demolished) 900-98 Susquehanna Rd
40°04′47″N 75°03′48″E / 40.079784°N 75.063412°E / 40.079784; 75.063412
June 2, 1983
Hatfield House Hatfield House Philly.JPG 3201 W Girard Ave
39°58′33″N 75°11′18″E / 39.975954°N 75.188327°E / 39.975954; 75.188327
June 26, 1956
Hermitage A590, Hermitage Mansion, Wissahickon Valley Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017 - 9959.jpg 700 Hermit Ln
40°01′28″N 75°12′02″E / 40.024525°N 75.200433°E / 40.024525; 75.200433
May 28, 1963
Horse Trough at 147 N 2nd St Fireman's Hall Museum 147 N 2nd Street.jpg Fireman's Hall Museum
147 N 02nd St
39°57′11.68″N 75°8′35.09″W / 39.9532444°N 75.1430806°W / 39.9532444; -75.1430806 (Fireman's Hall Museum)
December 12, 2003
Horse Trough at 315 S 9th St Water trough 9th St. Philly.JPG 315 S 9th St
39°56′42″N 75°09′23″E / 39.944984°N 75.156484°E / 39.944984; 75.156484
February 23, 1971
Horse Trough at 312 Arch St 312 Arch St
39°57′08″N 75°08′45″E / 39.952190°N 75.145739°E / 39.952190; 75.145739
December 12, 2003
Horse Trough at 300 Bainbridge St 300 Bainbridge St
39°56′26″N 75°08′52″E / 39.940461°N 75.147904°E / 39.940461; 75.147904
February 23, 1971
Horse Trough at 615 S Washington Sq 615 S Washington Sq
39°56′47″N 75°09′09″E / 39.946271°N 75.152453°E / 39.946271; 75.152453
February 23, 1971
Krewstown Road House, Eaton-Henderson House 8600 Krewstown Rd
40°04′45″N 75°03′16″E / 40.079284°N 75.054576°E / 40.079284; 75.054576
June 2, 1983
Laurel Hill Mansion A569, Laurel Hill Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 7201 Edgeley Dr
39°59′29″N 75°11′42″E / 39.991408°N 75.194898°E / 39.991408; 75.194898
June 26, 1956
Lemon Hill Mansion A586, Lemon Hill Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 1 Lemon Hill Dr
39°58′15″N 75°11′14″E / 39.970747°N 75.187149°E / 39.970747; 75.187149
June 26, 1956
Lloyd Hall; Plaisted Hall (demolished) 1 Boathouse Row
39°58′08″N 75°11′07″E / 39.968876°N 75.185228°E / 39.968876; 75.185228
January 5, 1984
Malta Boat Club Vesper-Malta2010.jpg 9 Boathouse Row
39°58′10″N 75°11′17″E / 39.969568°N 75.187966°E / 39.969568; 75.187966
January 5, 1984
Manayunk Canal structures 1 Manayunk Canal
40°02′17″N 75°14′40″E / 40.037917°N 75.244531°E / 40.037917; 75.244531
July 7, 1977
Memorial Hall A571, Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 4231 N Concourse Dr
39°58′47″N 75°12′33″E / 39.979602°N 75.209255°E / 39.979602; 75.209255
July 6, 1978
Morgan Building, University of Pennsylvania 205 S 34th St
39°57′07″N 75°11′31″E / 39.951856°N 75.191978°E / 39.951856; 75.191978
October 11, 1989
Mount Pleasant Mansion WTP A14 youcanlookitup 2.jpg 3800 Mount Pleasant Dr
39°59′00″N 75°11′59″E / 39.983388°N 75.199773°E / 39.983388; 75.199773
June 26, 1956
Music Building, University of Pennsylvania 201 S 34th St
39°57′08″N 75°11′31″E / 39.952112°N 75.191936°E / 39.952112; 75.191936
October 11, 1989
New Market Headhouse WTP C14 AMP 1.jpg 400 S 2nd St
39°56′35″N 75°08′43″E / 39.942966°N 75.145271°E / 39.942966; 75.145271
June 26, 1956
Ohio State Building Ohio House Fairmount Philly.JPG 1700 Belmont Ave
39°59′06″N 75°12′58″E / 39.985045°N 75.216185°E / 39.985045; 75.216185
May 28, 1963
Ormiston Mansion Fairmount Park 040.jpg 2000 Reservoir Dr
39°59′19″N 75°11′47″E / 39.988711°N 75.196330°E / 39.988711; 75.196330
June 26, 1956
Penn Athletic Club Rowing Association PennAC2010.jpg 12 Boathouse Row
39°58′11″N 75°11′19″E / 39.969615°N 75.188590°E / 39.969615; 75.188590
January 5, 1984
Pennsylvania Barge Club Pennsylvania Barge Club.jpg 4 Boathouse Row
39°58′09″N 75°11′12″E / 39.969291°N 75.186578°E / 39.969291; 75.186578
January 5, 1984
Pennsylvania Railroad War Memorial, Angel of the Resurrection, 30th Street Station 30thStreetStation-AngelOfTheResurrection.jpg 1 N 30th St
39°57′21″N 75°10′55″E / 39.955714°N 75.181905°E / 39.955714; 75.181905
September 12, 2001
Philadelphia Girls Rowing Club Philadelphia Girls RC 2010.jpg 14 Boathouse Row
39°58′11″N 75°11′21″E / 39.969754°N 75.189223°E / 39.969754; 75.189223
January 5, 1984
Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia Art Museum.jpg 2500 Spring Garden St
39°57′57″N 75°10′52″E / 39.965799°N 75.181249°E / 39.965799; 75.181249
June 29, 1971
Plaisted Hall (demolished) 1 Boathouse Row Replaced by Lloyd Hall.
Porter's House at Sedgeley (Guard House) 3250 Sedgeley Dr
39°58′28″N 75°11′20″E / 39.974456°N 75.188890°E / 39.974456; 75.188890
May 31, 1960
Ridgeland (Mount Prospect) A576, Ridgeland Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 4100 Chamounix Dr
39°59′33″N 75°12′37″W / 39.9926°N 75.2102°W / 39.9926; -75.2102 (Ridgeland (Mount Prospect))
June 26, 1956
Rittenhouse Town, Abraham Rittenhouse House 206 Lincoln Dr
40°01′48″N 75°11′22″E / 40.029929°N 75.189562°E / 40.029929; 75.189562
June 7, 1973
Rittenhouse Town, barn 210 Lincoln Dr
40°01′45″N 75°11′32″E / 40.029050°N 75.192111°E / 40.029050; 75.192111
June 7, 1973
Rittenhouse Town, house 208 Lincoln Dr
40°01′47″N 75°11′26″E / 40.029670°N 75.190520°E / 40.029670; 75.190520
June 7, 1973
Rittenhouse Town, house 210 Lincoln Dr
40°01′44″N 75°11′29″E / 40.028759°N 75.191513°E / 40.028759; 75.191513
June 7, 1973
Rittenhouse Town, Jacob Rittenhouse House 209 Lincoln Dr
40°01′46″N 75°11′27″E / 40.029520°N 75.190928°E / 40.029520; 75.190928
June 7, 1973
Rittenhouse Town, William Rittenhouse House Rittenhouse homestead.jpg 207 Lincoln Dr
40°01′46″N 75°11′23″E / 40.029464°N 75.189733°E / 40.029464; 75.189733
June 26, 1956
Rockland Mansion Fairmount Park 036.jpg 3810 Mount Pleasant Dr
39°59′09″N 75°11′59″E / 39.985830°N 75.199783°E / 39.985830; 75.199783
May 31, 1960
Rodin Museum Philly042107-009-RodinMuseum.jpg 2201-99 Ben Franklin Pkwy
39°57′43″N 75°10′26″E / 39.961942°N 75.173954°E / 39.961942; 75.173954
June 29, 1971
Sedgeley Club Turtle Rock Light.jpg 15 Boathouse Row
39°58′12″N 75°11′23″E / 39.969899°N 75.189755°E / 39.969899; 75.189755
January 5, 1984
Sedgeley Porter's House A575, Porters House, Sedgeley Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg
Shofuso Japanese House and Garden 4301 Lansdowne Dr
39°58′53″N 75°12′46″E / 39.981411°N 75.212894°E / 39.981411; 75.212894
June 14, 2013
Smith Memorial Playhouse Phila SmithPlaygroundl12.JPG 3500 Reservoir Dr
39°58′54″N 75°11′45″E / 39.981740°N 75.195712°E / 39.981740; 75.195712
May 5, 1977
St. Augustine Costaggini Paintings St. Joseph and Our Mother of Consolation, St. Augustine's Church <!image--> 246-60 N 04th St
39°57′20″N 75°08′47″E / 39.955526°N 75.146486°E / 39.955526; 75.146486
April 8, 2016
St. Augustine Frescos, St. Augustine's Church 246-60 N 04th St
39°57′20″N 75°08′47″E / 39.955526°N 75.146486°E / 39.955526; 75.146486
July 10, 2015
Strawberry Mansion WTP A13 youcanlookitup 1.jpg 2450 Strawberry Mans
39°59′40″N 75°11′26″E / 39.994416°N 75.190641°E / 39.994416; 75.190641
June 26, 1956
Strawberry Mansion Bridge > 1 Strawberry Mansion Bridge Dr
39°59′43″N 75°11′38″E / 39.995311°N 75.194017°E / 39.995311; 75.194017
September 7, 1978
Swann Memorial Fountain, Logan Square Swann Memorial Fountain-night.jpg 1900 Ben Franklin Pkwy
39°57′29″N 75°10′14″E / 39.957963°N 75.170616°E / 39.957963; 75.170616
June 29, 1971
Sweetbriar Mansion WTP A15 youcanlookitup 1.jpg 3801 Lansdowne Dr
39°58′37″N 75°12′03″E / 39.976979°N 75.200787°E / 39.976979; 75.200787
June 26, 1956
The Cliffs (in ruins, fire on 2/22/1986) A564, The Cliffs Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 3400 Reservoir Dr
39°58′46″N 75°11′39″E / 39.979413°N 75.194107°E / 39.979413; 75.194107
June 26, 1956 Ruins since a fire on February 22, 1986.
The Exaltation of St. Joseph into Heaven, painting at St. Joseph's Church 321-27 Willings Aly
39°56′48″N 75°08′52″E / 39.946678°N 75.147661°E / 39.946678; 75.147661
December 12, 2014
The Lilacs 3600 Greenland Dr
39°59′56″N 75°11′47″E / 39.998776°N 75.196469°E / 39.998776; 75.196469
June 26, 1956
The Monastery Monestary Philly.JPG 1024 Kitchens La
40°02′10″N 75°12′13″E / 40.036145°N 75.203499°E / 40.036145; 75.203499
June 26, 1956
The Solitude THE SOLITUDE, PHILADELPHIA, PA.jpg 1784–85; original owner and architect was John Penn, grandson of William Penn[7]
Thomas Mill Covered Bridge over the Wissahickon Creek Thomas Mill Covered Bridge.JPG 1 Thomas Mill Rd
40°04′19″N 75°13′32″E / 40.071889°N 75.225643°E / 40.071889; 75.225643
June 28, 1957
Undine Barge Club Undine2010.jpg 13 Boathouse Row
39°58′11″N 75°11′20″E / 39.969689°N 75.188916°E / 39.969689; 75.188916
January 5, 1984
University Avenue Bridge 1000 University Ave
39°56′34″N 75°11′49″E / 39.942764°N 75.196934°E / 39.942764; 75.196934
July 14, 1993
University Barge Club University72.png 7-8 Boathouse Row
39°58′10″N 75°11′15″E / 39.969415°N 75.187392°E / 39.969415; 75.187392
January 5, 1984
Valley Green Inn A591, Valley Green Inn, Wissahickon Valley Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017 - 9969.jpg 1 Wissahickon Dr
40°03′15″N 75°13′06″E / 40.054169°N 75.218235°E / 40.054169; 75.218235
March 28, 1967
Venice Island Performing Arts & Recreation Center 1 Rector St
40°01′23″N 75°13′18″E / 40.023187°N 75.221578°E / 40.023187; 75.221578
December 14, 1983
Vesper Boat Club Vesper72.png 10 Boathouse Row
39°58′10″N 75°11′17″E / 39.969436°N 75.188017°E / 39.969436; 75.188017
January 5, 1984
Walnut Lane Bridge over Lincoln Drive Walnut Lane Bridge 1950-51 (cropped).jpg 500 W Walnut La
40°01′59″N 75°11′16″E / 40.032970°N 75.187830°E / 40.032970; 75.187830
March 1, 1979 Spans Lincoln Drive and Monoshone Creek.
Walnut Lane Bridge over the Wissahickon Creek Walnut Lane Bridge (cropped).jpg 900 W Walnut La
40°01′56″N 75°11′59″E / 40.032280°N 75.199621°E / 40.032280; 75.199621
August 9, 2008 Spans Wissahickon Creek.
Wanamaker Eagle Grand Court, Wanamaker Building WanamakerBuilding1.jpg Wanamaker Building
1300 Market St
39°57′5.98″N 75°9′43.81″W / 39.9516611°N 75.1621694°W / 39.9516611; -75.1621694 (Wanamaker Building)
September 12, 2001
Washington Fountain, Eakins Oval Washington Monument-Philadelphia-27527.jpg 2601-99 Ben Franklin Pkwy
39°57′51″N 75°10′45″E / 39.964261°N 75.179158°E / 39.964261; 75.179158
June 29, 1971
Weightman Hall, University of Pennsylvania FranklinField.JPG 235 S 33rd St
39°57′02″N 75°11′27″E / 39.950677°N 75.190765°E / 39.950677; 75.190765
February 7, 1974 Franklin Field Complex.
William Penn Inn 2 locations: P.O. Box 6, Rte 202 & Sumneytown Pike, Gwynedd, PA 19436 and 533 Lancaster Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096 Historic inn and catering venue
Wissahickon Hall, Police District 92 3600 Lincoln Dr
40°01′02″N 75°12′07″E / 40.017298°N 75.201981°E / 40.017298; 75.201981
September 25, 1962 Police District 92.
Wissahickon Memorial Bridge HenryAvenueBridge.jpg 4200 Henry Ave
40°01′26″N 75°11′45″E / 40.023896°N 75.195887°E / 40.023896; 75.195887
October 12, 2001 Carries Henry Avenue across the Wissahickon Creek; aka Henry Avenue Bridge.
Woodford Mansion A583, Woodford Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 2017.jpg 3400 Woodford Dr
39°59′35″N 75°11′16″E / 39.993163°N 75.187727°E / 39.993163; 75.187727
June 26, 1956
WPA Murals Family Court Building Philadelphia.jpg 1801 Vine St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
39°57′34″N 75°10′10″E / 39.959377°N 75.169454°E / 39.959377; 75.169454
May 13, 2011 37 murals located in the Family Court Building;[8] building is being converted to a hotel[9]

Properties listed in the register by address[edit]

(The complete list contains over 11,000 sites.[10])

Name Image Location Description
1616 Walnut Street Building 1616 Walnut.JPG 1616–26 Walnut St.
Belgravia Hotel Belgravia Philly.JPG 1811–19 Chestnut St.
Boyd Theatre 1910 Chestnut St.
Carpenter Station Carpenter Lane SEPTA.JPG 201 Carpenter Ln.
Centennial National Bank WTP A03 dthomsen8 1.jpg 3140–42 Market St. The bank of the Centennial Exposition. It was designed by the renowned architect Frank Furness.
Church of St. Luke and The Epiphany St Luke Epiphany HABS angle.jpg 318–30 S. 13th St.
Drake Hotel Drake Hotel Philly.JPG 1512–14 Spruce St.
Gravers Station Graver Lane SEPTA.JPG 300 E. Gravers Ln.
Greenwood Cemetery GreenwoodSign.jpg 930 Adams Ave.
Guild House Venturi Guild House.jpg 711–39 Spring Garden St.
Loews Philadelphia Hotel PSFSBuilding1985.jpg 1200 Market St. Philadelphia Savings Fund Society building
Carl Mackley Houses Mackley NE Philly.JPG 1401 E. Bristol St.
Oliver H. Bair Funeral Home A J Reach building Philly.JPG 1818–20 Chestnut St.
Wetherill Mansion Phila Art Alliance.jpg 251 S. 18th St.
The Philadelphia Club Philadelphia Club 1301 Walnut St August 1916.jpg 1301–03 Walnut St.
Philadelphia Sketch Club Camac street Philadelphia.jpg 233–37 S. Camac St.
Ruan House Ruan House B Philly.JPG 4278 Griscom St.
Sun Oil Building Sun Oil Building Philly.JPG 1608–14 Walnut St.
The Touraine Tourain Philadelphia.JPG 1520–28 Spruce St.
Tulpehocken Station Tulpehocken Station.jpg 314 W. Tulpehocken St.
Union Bank of Philadelphia Building Corn Exchange National Bank & Trust Company Building Philadelphia.jpg 249–53 Arch St. The building was used to house the cast of The Real World: Philadelphia in 2004–05.
United States Custom House Customs House, Philadelphia.jpg 200–32 Chestnut St.
Wissahickon Wissahickon Apts Philly.JPG 5215–31 Schuyler St.

Historic districts[edit]

Historic districts listed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places:[11][12]

Name Image Designation Year
1416-32 West Girard Avenue Historic District 2018
420 Row - 420 to 434 South 42nd Street Historic District 2017
Awbury Historic District Phila 1AwburyRoad10.png 2010
Diamond Street Historic District 1996
East Logan Street Historic District 2010
F.D.R. Park Historic District FDR Park 2A.JPG 2000
Girard Estate Historic District Phila FLP Passyunk01.jpg 1999
Greenbelt Knoll Historic District Greenbelt Knoll.JPG 2006
Historic Paving Street Thematic District 1998
Manayunk Main Street Historic District 1984
Old City Historic District Philly Street Commons.jpg 2003
Park Avenue Historic District 1990
Parkside Historic District Parkside HD Philly d.JPG 2009
Rittenhouse Fitler Historic District Rittenhouse Square - autumn - IMG 6570.JPG 1995
Satterlee Heights Historic Districts 2018
Society Hill Historic District HeadHouseSquare.JPG 1999
Spring Garden Historic District 1900s Nside Wallace Philly.JPG 2001
Tudor East Falls Historic District 2009
Wayne Junction Historic District 2018

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Philadelphia Register of Historic Places: Register". Philadelphia Historical Commission. Retrieved 03-06-2013. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ "Philadelphia Register of Historic Places: Designation". Philadelphia Historical Commission. Archived from the original on 2006-10-05. Retrieved 03-06-2013. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ http://www.phila.gov/historical/pages/default.aspx
  4. ^ "Philadelphia Historical Commission". City of Philadelphia Historical Commission. Retrieved 03-06-2013. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
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  6. ^ Malkin, Bonnie (14 March 2011). "Rare Charles Dickens statue restored to Sydney park after 40 years missing". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2011-03-14.
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