List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations

Historic designations in the City of Pittsburgh are awarded following nominations for districts and individual structures that are reviewed and recommended to Pittsburgh City Council, which makes the final decision, by the city's Historic Review Commission and the City Planning Commission. This list is not to be confused with the list of landmarks designated by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. City Historic Designation establishes a regulatory process for the review of all changes and alterations by the Historic Review Commission to the publicly viewable exterior and appearance of all buildings that are designated, either individually or as part of a district. As of 2011, there were 12 designated districts in the city, two historic objects, one historic site,[1] and 87 individual structures.[2]

DistrictsEdit

This following table lists the 14 historic districts designated by the Pittsburgh City Council through 2019.[3] The table is initially sorted alphabetically by their official listing.

District name Image Date listed Location
Allegheny West Historic District   November 26, 1990[4] District boundaries viewable here [1]
Alpha Terrace Historic District   January 1996 District boundaries viewable here [2]
Deutschtown Historic District   February 12, 1997 District boundaries viewable here [3]
East Carson Street Historic District   August 16, 1993
Expanded June 1999
District boundaries viewable here [4]
Lemmon Row Historic District May 25, 2017[5] District boundaries viewable here [5]
Manchester Historic District   July 30, 1979[6] District boundaries viewable here [6]
Market Square Historic District   December 28, 1992[7] District boundaries viewable here [7]
Mexican War Streets Historic District   December 26, 1972[8] District boundaries viewable here [8]
Murray Hill Avenue Historic District April 3, 2000[9] District boundaries viewable here [9]
Oakland Civic Center Historic District   April 7, 1992[10] District boundaries viewable here [10]
Oakland Square Historic District   June 14, 2005[11] District guidelines are available here [11]
Penn-Liberty Historic District   October 1987
Expanded March 1999
District boundaries viewable here [12]
Roslyn Place Historic District   March 20, 2018[12] District boundaries viewable here [13]
Schenley Farms Historic District   May 1982[13] District boundaries viewable here [14]
Winter Homes Historic District October 19, 2017[14] 2314–2316 Brownsville Road

ObjectsEdit

The following table the two historic objects designated by the Pittsburgh City Council as of July 2010.[1][15] The table is initially sorted alphabetically by their official listing.

District name Image Date listed Location
"Horse Tamer" sculptures   July 26, 2002[16] Highland Park
"Welcome" sculptures   July 26, 2002[17] Highland Park

SitesEdit

This following table lists the one historic site designated by the Pittsburgh City Council through 2010.[1] More recent listings are included with a separate reference.

District name Image Date listed Location
Allegheny Commons Parks   November 26, 1990 Site boundaries viewable here [15]
Roslyn Place   May 25, 2017[18] Roslyn Place

StructuresEdit

The following table is up to date as of the most recent listings published by the City of Pittsburgh in June 2019.[3] More recent listings are included with a separate reference. The table is initially sorted alphabetically by official listing name.

Landmark name Image Date listed[2] Location[2]
141 Mayflower Street   June 1999 141 Mayflower Street
Aberlie House   February 13, 2001 122-124 East North Avenue
Allegheny Arsenal   February 22, 1977 Penn Avenue at 40th Street
Allegheny City Stables   August 1, 2007[19] 836 West North Avenue
Allegheny County Courthouse   December 26, 1972 436 Grant Street
Allegheny County Jail   December 26, 1972 400 block Ross Street
Allegheny County Mortuary   September 26, 2002 542 Fourth Avenue
Allegheny Library   March 15, 1974 Allegheny Center
Allegheny Middle School (formerly Allegheny High School)   November 30, 1999 810 Arch Street
Arsenal Middle School (formerly Arsenal Junior High School)   November 30, 1999 3901 Butler Street
Bayard School   March 6, 2017[20] 4830 Hatfield Street
Beltzhoover Elementary School   November 30, 1999 320 Cedarhurst Street
Benedum Center for the Performing Arts   November 20, 1984 207 Seventh Street (Included in Penn-Liberty Historic District)
Bradberry Apartments[21] March 13, 2020 1130 Reddour St.
Byers-Lyons House (currently Byers Hall of the Community College of Allegheny County)   March 15, 1974 901 Ridge Avenue (Included in Allegheny West Historic District)
Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science Building (former, now part of the Pittsburgh Children's Museum)   July 29, 2005 Allegheny Square
Calvary United Methodist Church   February 22, 1977 Allegheny Avenue at Beech Avenue (Included in Allegheny West Historic District)
Card Lane Carriage House May 31, 2016[22] 7122–7128 Card Lane
Carrick Municipal Building April 11, 2019[23] 1806 Brownsville Road
Catahecassa (Snyder) Spring[24]   March 6, 2017 E. Circuit Road, Schenley Park
Cathedral of Learning   February 22, 1977 4200 Fifth Avenue (Included in Oakland Civic Center Historic District)
2621 Centre Avenue - The YMCA Building   August 8, 1995 2621 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh Children's Museum   December 26, 1972 10 Children's Way, Allegheny Center
Colfax Elementary School   November 30, 1999 2332 Beechwood Boulevard
Concord Elementary School   November 30, 1999 2340 Brownsville Road
Connelley Vocational High School   1435 Bedford Avenue
David P. Oliver High School   November 30, 1999 2323 Brighton Road
Dilworth Traditional Academy (formerly Dilworth Elementary School)   November 30, 1999 6200 Stanton Avenue
Bad Azz Bbq (formerly Beck's Run School)   September 28, 1987 1000 Beck’s Run Road
Emmanuel Episcopal Church   February 22, 1977 957 West North Avenue (Included in Allegheny West Historic District)
Engine Company No. 1 and No. 30   March 17, 1993 344 Boulevard of the Allies
Engine Company No. 3   April 12, 1995 1416 Arch Street
Engine Company No. 28[25]   December 28, 2021 700 Filbert Street
Fairhaven Church September 20, 2013[26] 2415 Saw Mill Run Boulevard
Ferris House (Former house of George Washington Gale Ferris Jr.)   June 28, 2001 1318 Arch Street
Fifth Avenue High School   November 30, 1999 1800 Fifth Avenue
Friendship Elementary School (formerly Liberty School Number 4)   November 30, 1999 5501 Friendship Avenue
Stephen Foster Community Center (currently the Catholic Youth Association)   July 8, 1982 286 Main Street
Gallagher-Kieffer House[27]   December 1, 2020 234 North Dithridge Street
Garden Theatre   April 4, 2008[28] 12 West North Avenue
The New Granada Theater   October 8, 2004 2009-13 Centre Avenue
Greenfield Elementary School   November 30, 1999 1 Alger Street
Guckenheimer Warehouse   May 9, 1995 125 First Avenue
Hanauer-Rosenberg Residence[29]   October 28, 2020 417 Lockhart Street
Hazelwood Branch - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh   July 28, 2004 4748 Monongahela Street
Heathside Cottage[30]   November 6, 2019 416 Catoma Street
Hefty House July 12, 2018[31] 624–626 East Ohio Street
Herron Hill Pumping Station[32]   December 1, 2020 4501 Centre Avenue
Homewood Branch - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh   July 28, 2004 7101 Hamilton Avenue
Howe-Childs Gate House   April 16, 1986 5918 Fifth Avenue
Howe Springs[33]   March 6, 2017 Fifth Avenue between S. Highland Ave. and College St.
Hunt Armory[34]   February 27, 2014 324 Emerson Street
Immanuel Church February 5, 2015[35] 1000 Madison Avenue
Iron City Brewery   July 7, 2010[36] 3340 Liberty Avenue
John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church   October 11, 1993 594 Herron Avenue
B. F. Jones House (currently Jones Hall of the Community College of Allegheny County)   March 15, 1974 808 Ridge Avenue (Included in the Allegheny West Historic District)
Jones & Laughlin Headquarters Building[37]   October 28, 2020 200 Ross Street
King Estate or Baywood   November 12, 1992 5501 Elgin Street
Langley High School   November 30, 1999 2940 Sheraden Boulevard
Lawrenceville Branch - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh   July 28, 2004 279 Fisk Street
Lemington Elementary School   November 30, 1999 7061 Lemington Avenue
Lincoln Elementary School (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)   November 30, 1999 328 Lincoln Avenue
Lord & Taylor Department Store (formerly the Mellon National Bank Building)   July 1999 514 Smithfield Street
Lowen-Shaffer House   February 10, 1992 311 Lowenhill Street
Mackintosh-Hemphill Company (Garrison Foundry) Buildings (former)   October 18, 1991 901-11 Bingham Street (Included in East Carson Street Historic District)
Madison Elementary School (formerly Minersville Public School)   November 30, 1999 3401 Milwaukee Street
Malta Temple   August 14, 2008[38] 100 West North Avenue
Mamaux Building   July 27, 1995 121-23 First Avenue
Mellon Park[39]   February 24, 2021 1047 Shady Avenue
Mifflin Elementary School   November 30, 1999 1290 Mifflin Road
Monongahela Incline   March 15, 1974 Between West Carson Street, near Smithfield Street, and Grandview Avenue
Moreland-Hoffstot House   February 22, 1977 5057 Fifth Avenue
Mount Washington Branch - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh   July 28, 2004 315 Grandview Avenue
Mowry-Addison Mansion[40]   July 9, 2020 5134 Carnegie Street
Naser's Tavern   May 30, 2014[41] 4025–4029 Butler Street
National Negro Opera Company House   June 3, 2008[42] 7101 Apple Street
Neill Log House   February 22, 1977 East Circuit Road near Serpentine Drive in Schenley Park
Nunnery Hill Incline retaining wall and base station March 22, 2011[43] 1530 Federal Street, Henderson Street
Old Heidelberg Apartments   March 15, 1974 401-423 South Braddock Avenue
Old Stone Tavern   October 7, 2009[44] 434 Greentree Road
Oliver Bath House[45]   September 14, 2017 38 S. 10th Street
Overbrook Municipal Building December 28, 2017[46] 2410 Saw Mill Run Boulevard
Panther Hollow Bridge   July 26, 2002 Schenley Park
Paramount Pictures Film Exchange   January 28, 2010[47] 1727 Boulevard of the Allies
Pennsylvania National Bank Building[48]   March 13, 2020 3400 Butler Street
Perry Traditional Academy   November 30, 1999 3875 Perrysville Avenue
Peterson House   October 8, 2018[49] 172 46th Street
Phipps Conservatory   December 26, 1972 Schenley Park
Pittsburgh City-County Building[50]   March 13, 2020 414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Station   March 15, 1974 Smithfield Street near West Carson Street
Pittsburgh Wash House   July 12, 2018[51] 3495 Butler Street
St. Anthony of Padua Shrine   February 22, 1977 1700 Harpster Street
Saint Mary's Academy Building   January 14, 2009[52] 340 46th Street
Saint Michael's Roman Catholic Church & Rectory   February 23, 2001 21 Pius Street
Schenley Bridge   July 26, 2002 Schenley Park
Schiller Classical Academy (formerly Schiller School)   November 30, 1999 1018 Peralta Street
Sellers-Carnahan House   December 31, 1995 400 Shady Avenue
Sheraden Homestead   July 12, 2018[53] 2803 Bergman Street
Shrine of the Blessed Mother[54]   October 13, 2020 6 Wakefield Street
Smithfield Street Bridge   February 22, 1977 Smithfield Street over the Monongahela River
W. P. Snyder House (currently Babb Insurance Company)   March 15, 1974 852 Ridge Avenue (Included in Allegheny West Historic District)
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall Museum   February 11, 1991 4141 Fifth Avenue (Included in Oakland Civic Center Historic District)
South Side Market House   February 22, 1977 South 12th and Bingham Streets at Bedford Square (Included in East Carson Street Historic District)
South Side Presbyterian Church   May 30, 2019[55] 1926 Sarah Street
Spring Hill Elementary School[56]   October 28, 2020 1351 Damas Street
Sterrett Classical Academy (formerly Sterrett School)   November 30, 1999 7100 Reynolds Street
Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School (formerly Thaddeus Stevens School)   November 30, 1999 824 Crucible Street
Sunnyledge (former McClelland House)   April 12, 1995 5136 Fifth Avenue
Temple Rodef Shalom[57]   May 31, 2022 4905 Fifth Avenue
Tito House[58] June 11, 2022 1817 Fifth Avenue
Troy Hill Fire House No. 11[59]   July 21, 2022 1800 Ley Street
Tufa Bridges   February 15, 2018[60] Schenley Park
Turney House   September 25, 2015[61] 160 43rd Street
U.S. Post Office and Courthouse[62]   March 13, 2020 700 Grant Street
VA Facility Chapel Building 10[63] February 4, 2021 7180 Highland Drive
VA Facility Laboratory Building 13[64] February 4, 2021 7180 Highland Drive
Victoria Hall (formerly the Ursuline Academy, previously Lynch House)   August 20, 1982 201 South Winebiddle Street
Voegtly Spring[65]   March 6, 2017 Damas Street
Walton House   September 25, 2015[66] 4412–4414 Plummer Street
West End Branch - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh   July 28, 2004 47 Wabash Street
Westinghouse High School   November 30, 1999 1101 North Murtland Street
Westinghouse Memorial[67]   March 7, 2019 Schenley Park
Wigman House   July 25, 2011[68] 1425 Brownsville Road
August Wilson House   March 7, 2008[69] 1727 Bedford Avenue
Woods House   February 22, 1977 4604 Monongahela Street
Woolslair Elementary Gifted Center (formerly Woolslair Elementary School)   November 30, 1999 40th Street & Liberty Avenue
Workingman's Savings Bank & Trust Co.   March 17, 2009[70] 800 East Ohio Street

Former listingsEdit

Landmark name Image Date listed[2] Location[2]
Albright United Methodist Church   September 26, 2016[71] 486 S. Graham Street
Greater Faith Tabernacle Church of God in Christ
(demolished)
February 6, 1995[72] 550 North Homewood Avenue
Saint Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church
(demolished)[73]
  July 13, 2001 1326 East Ohio Street

Active nominationsEdit

Landmark name Image Date nominated Location
412 Boulevard of the Allies[74]   412 Boulevard of the Allies
Holy Family Church[74]   June 2018 250 44th Street
St. George Church[74]   January 2016 823 Climax Street
Tu Es Petrus and St. George and the Dragon Stained Glass Windows[74] January 2016 823 Climax Street

Notable failed nominationsEdit

Landmark name Image Date nominated Location
Abrams House[75] December 2018[76] 118-A Woodland Road
Civic Arena[77]   April 2011 66 Mario Lemieux Place
Croatian Fraternal Union Building[74]   October 2018 3441 Forbes Avenue
Ewalt House[78]   November 2019 186 Home Street
Giovannitti House[79] August 1991 118 Woodland Road
Jones & Laughlin Steel - Pittsburgh Works[80]   March 1988[81] South Side
Pittsburgh Produce Terminal[82]   October 2013 2100 Smallman Street
Syria Mosque[83]   April 1991 4400 Bigelow Boulevard

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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