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National Register of Historic Places listings in Fulton County, Georgia

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Map of Georgia highlighting Fulton County.svg

This is a list of properties and districts in Fulton County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). It covers most of the NRHP properties in Atlanta; other Atlanta listings are covered in National Register of Historic Places listings in DeKalb County, Georgia.

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 17, 2020.[1]

Current listings

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 61 16th Street Apartment Building August 30, 2006
(#06000732)
61 16th St.
33°47′34″N 84°23′03″W / 33.792778°N 84.384167°W / 33.792778; -84.384167 (61 16th Street Apartment Building)
Atlanta
2 63 Mangum Street Industrial Building June 28, 1996
(#96000696)
63-69 Mangum St. and 398-400 Markham St.
33°45′09″N 84°24′01″W / 33.7525°N 84.400278°W / 33.7525; -84.400278 (63 Mangum Street Industrial Building)
Atlanta
3 696 Peachtree Street Apartments May 8, 2013
(#13000240)
826 Peachtree St.
33°46′39″N 84°23′04″W / 33.777506°N 84.384398°W / 33.777506; -84.384398 (696 Peachtree Street Apartments)
Atlanta
4 705 Piedmont Avenue Apartments December 19, 1991
(#91001853)
705 Piedmont Ave.
33°46′25″N 84°22′52″W / 33.773611°N 84.381111°W / 33.773611; -84.381111 (705 Piedmont Avenue Apartments)
Atlanta Designed by architect Russell Conklin in 1924.
5 Academy of Medicine April 30, 1980
(#80001070)
875 W. Peachtree St., NE.
33°46′45″N 84°23′13″W / 33.779167°N 84.386944°W / 33.779167; -84.386944 (Academy of Medicine)
Atlanta
6 Adair Park Historic District June 2, 2000
(#00000563)
Bounded by Metropolitan Parkway, Lexington Ave., Norfolk Southern RR and Shelton Ave.
33°43′52″N 84°24′34″W / 33.731111°N 84.409444°W / 33.731111; -84.409444 (Adair Park Historic District)
Atlanta
7 Charles R. Adams Park January 14, 2013
(#12001167)
1690 Delowe Dr.
33°42′37″N 84°27′48″W / 33.710311°N 84.463204°W / 33.710311; -84.463204 (Charles R. Adams Park)
Atlanta
8 Jack and Helen Adams Lustron House March 18, 1996
(#96000212)
832 Burchill St., SW.
33°42′44″N 84°24′57″W / 33.712222°N 84.415833°W / 33.712222; -84.415833 (Jack and Helen Adams Lustron House)
Atlanta A Lustron house
9 Alberta Drive-Mathieson Drive-West Shadowlawn Avenue Historic District January 27, 2015
(#14001208)
Roughly centered on W. Shadowlawn Ave., Alberta & Mathieson Drs., NE.
33°50′42″N 84°22′36″W / 33.845°N 84.3767°W / 33.845; -84.3767 (Alberta Drive-Mathieson Drive-West Shadowlawn Avenue Historic District)
Atlanta
10 Cecil and Hermione Alexander House March 25, 2010
(#10000116)
2232 Mt. Paran Rd, N.W.
33°51′23″N 84°26′15″W / 33.8564°N 84.4376°W / 33.8564; -84.4376 (Cecil and Hermione Alexander House)
Atlanta
11 Ansley Park Historic District April 20, 1979
(#79000717)
Roughly bounded by RR tracks, Beverly Rd., Piedmont Ave., Spring, 15th & Peachtree Sts.
33°47′34″N 84°22′45″W / 33.792875°N 84.379181°W / 33.792875; -84.379181 (Ansley Park Historic District)
Atlanta
12 Apartments at 2 Collier Road September 10, 2007
(#07000937)
2 Collier Rd.
33°48′31″N 84°23′39″W / 33.808611°N 84.394167°W / 33.808611; -84.394167 (Apartments at 2 Collier Road)
Atlanta
13 Apartments at 22–24 Collier Road September 10, 2007
(#07000938)
22-24 Collier Rd.
33°48′32″N 84°23′42″W / 33.808889°N 84.395°W / 33.808889; -84.395 (Apartments at 22–24 Collier Road)
Atlanta
14 Thomas P. Arnold House May 10, 1984
(#84001074)
518 S. Main St.
33°30′40″N 84°40′18″W / 33.511111°N 84.671667°W / 33.511111; -84.671667 (Thomas P. Arnold House)
Palmetto
15 Ashby Street Car Barn August 6, 1998
(#98000972)
981 Ashby St. NW.
33°47′02″N 84°25′01″W / 33.783889°N 84.416944°W / 33.783889; -84.416944 (Ashby Street Car Barn)
Atlanta
16 Atkins Park District August 30, 1982
(#82004619)
St. Augustine St., St. Charles, and St. Louis Pls. between N. Highland Ave. and Briarcliff Rd.
33°46′31″N 84°21′01″W / 33.775278°N 84.350278°W / 33.775278; -84.350278 (Atkins Park District)
Atlanta
17 Atlanta and West Point Railroad Freight Depot March 26, 1976
(#76000620)
215 Decatur St.
33°45′32″N 84°22′58″W / 33.758889°N 84.382778°W / 33.758889; -84.382778 (Atlanta and West Point Railroad Freight Depot)
Atlanta
18 Atlanta Biltmore Hotel and Biltmore Apartments January 20, 1980
(#80001071)
817 W. Peachtree St.
33°46′36″N 84°23′11″W / 33.776667°N 84.386389°W / 33.776667; -84.386389 (Atlanta Biltmore Hotel and Biltmore Apartments)
Atlanta
19 Atlanta Buggy Company and Warehouse-Hatcher Bros. Furniture Company August 21, 1992
(#92001070)
530–544 Means St.
33°46′21″N 84°24′20″W / 33.7725°N 84.405556°W / 33.7725; -84.405556 (Atlanta Buggy Company and Warehouse-Hatcher Bros. Furniture Company)
Atlanta
20 Atlanta City Hall July 13, 1983
(#83000227)
68 Mitchell St. SW.
33°44′56″N 84°23′25″W / 33.748889°N 84.390278°W / 33.748889; -84.390278 (Atlanta City Hall)
Atlanta
21 Atlanta Spring and Bed Company-Block Candy Company July 28, 1995
(#95000910)
512 Means St.
33°46′20″N 84°24′19″W / 33.772222°N 84.405278°W / 33.772222; -84.405278 (Atlanta Spring and Bed Company-Block Candy Company)
Atlanta
22 Atlanta Stockade June 25, 1987
(#87000948)
760 Glenwood Ave.
33°44′30″N 84°21′44″W / 33.741667°N 84.362222°W / 33.741667; -84.362222 (Atlanta Stockade)
Atlanta
23 Atlanta University Center District July 12, 1976
(#76000621)
Roughly bounded by transit right-of-way, Northside Dr., Walnut, Fair, Roach, W. End Dr., Euralee and Chestnut Sts.
33°45′00″N 84°24′33″W / 33.75°N 84.409167°W / 33.75; -84.409167 (Atlanta University Center District)
Atlanta
24 Atlanta Waterworks Hemphill Avenue Station March 29, 1978
(#78000982)
1210 Hemphill Ave., NW.
33°47′14″N 84°24′30″W / 33.787222°N 84.408333°W / 33.787222; -84.408333 (Atlanta Waterworks Hemphill Avenue Station)
Atlanta
25 Atlanta Women's Club January 31, 1979
(#79000718)
1150 Peachtree St., NE.
33°47′09″N 84°22′59″W / 33.785833°N 84.383056°W / 33.785833; -84.383056 (Atlanta Women's Club)
Atlanta
26 Levi Ballard House October 22, 1980
(#80001080)
U.S. 29 and GA 154
33°31′46″N 84°39′43″W / 33.529444°N 84.661944°W / 33.529444; -84.661944 (Levi Ballard House)
Palmetto Evidently torn down, according to a facebook page.
27 Baltimore Block June 3, 1976
(#76000622)
5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19 Baltimore Pl.
33°46′06″N 84°23′16″W / 33.768333°N 84.387778°W / 33.768333; -84.387778 (Baltimore Block)
Atlanta
28 Barrington Hall December 9, 1971
(#71000275)
60 Marietta St.
34°00′47″N 84°21′50″W / 34.013056°N 84.363889°W / 34.013056; -84.363889 (Barrington Hall)
Roswell
29 Bass Furniture Building January 8, 1979
(#79000719)
142–150 Mitchell St.
33°45′07″N 84°23′32″W / 33.751944°N 84.392222°W / 33.751944; -84.392222 (Bass Furniture Building)
Atlanta
30 John F. Beavers House March 29, 1984
(#84001075)
Northwest of Fairburn off GA 92
33°39′14″N 84°40′16″W / 33.653889°N 84.671111°W / 33.653889; -84.671111 (John F. Beavers House)
Fairburn
31 Berkeley Park Historic District June 23, 2003
(#03000536)
Roughly bounded by Bellemeade Rd., Northside Dr., Atlanta Waterworks and Howell Mill Rd.
33°48′00″N 84°24′47″W / 33.8°N 84.413056°W / 33.8; -84.413056 (Berkeley Park Historic District)
Atlanta
32 Dr. Brailsford R. Brazeal House April 8, 2005
(#05000278)
193 Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard
33°45′03″N 84°25′05″W / 33.750833°N 84.418056°W / 33.750833; -84.418056 (Dr. Brailsford R. Brazeal House)
Atlanta
33 Briarcliff Hotel September 9, 1982
(#82002415)
1050 Ponce de Leon Ave.
33°46′26″N 84°21′11″W / 33.773889°N 84.353056°W / 33.773889; -84.353056 (Briarcliff Hotel)
Atlanta
34 Briarcliff Plaza April 20, 2020
(#100005182)
1027 and 1061 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE
33°46′26″N 84°21′10″W / 33.7738°N 84.3529°W / 33.7738; -84.3529 (Briarcliff Plaza)
Atlanta
35 Dr. Marion Luther Brittain, Sr., House September 23, 1993
(#93000999)
1109 W. Peachtree St.
33°47′06″N 84°23′15″W / 33.785009°N 84.387420°W / 33.785009; -84.387420 (Dr. Marion Luther Brittain, Sr., House)
Atlanta Demolished in 2017.[4]
36 Brookhaven Historic District January 24, 1986
(#86000134)
East of Peachtree-Dunwoody and north and east of Peachtree Rds.
33°51′49″N 84°21′02″W / 33.863611°N 84.350556°W / 33.863611; -84.350556 (Brookhaven Historic District)
Atlanta
37 Brookwood Hills Historic District December 21, 1979
(#79003776)
Off U.S. 19 and GA 9
33°48′21″N 84°23′23″W / 33.805833°N 84.389722°W / 33.805833; -84.389722 (Brookwood Hills Historic District)
Atlanta
38 Building at 161 Spring St. June 14, 2001
(#01000644)
161 Spring St., NW.
33°45′37″N 84°23′23″W / 33.760278°N 84.389722°W / 33.760278; -84.389722 (Building at 161 Spring St.)
Atlanta
39 Building at 760-768 Confederate Avenue October 2, 2018
(#100003037)
760 Confederate Avenue SE.
33°44′01″N 84°21′54″W / 33.7335°N 84.3649°W / 33.7335; -84.3649 (Building at 760-768 Confederate Avenue)
Atlanta
40 Bulloch Hall May 27, 1971
(#71000276)
Bulloch Ave.
34°00′55″N 84°22′04″W / 34.015278°N 84.367778°W / 34.015278; -84.367778 (Bulloch Hall)
Roswell
41 Burns Cottage December 1, 1983
(#83003572)
988 Alloway Pl., SE.
33°43′37″N 84°21′20″W / 33.726944°N 84.355556°W / 33.726944; -84.355556 (Burns Cottage)
Atlanta
42 Butler Street Colored Methodist Episcopal Church May 9, 1983
(#83000228)
23 Butler St., SE.
33°45′13″N 84°22′51″W / 33.753611°N 84.380833°W / 33.753611; -84.380833 (Butler Street Colored Methodist Episcopal Church)
Atlanta
43 Cabbagetown District January 1, 1976
(#76000623)
Bounded by Boulevard, Pearl St., Memorial Dr., and railroad tracks
33°44′59″N 84°21′59″W / 33.749722°N 84.366389°W / 33.749722; -84.366389 (Cabbagetown District)
Atlanta
44 Campbell County Courthouse March 26, 1976
(#76000634)
E. Broad and Cole Sts.
33°34′00″N 84°34′46″W / 33.566667°N 84.579444°W / 33.566667; -84.579444 (Campbell County Courthouse)
Fairburn Courthouse for the defunct Campbell County, Georgia
45 Candler Building August 24, 1977
(#77000424)
127 Peachtree St., NE.
33°45′25″N 84°23′16″W / 33.75689°N 84.38788°W / 33.75689; -84.38788 (Candler Building)
Atlanta
46 Canton Apartments December 8, 1980
(#80004456)
2846–2840 Peachtree Rd.
33°49′57″N 84°23′04″W / 33.8325°N 84.384444°W / 33.8325; -84.384444 (Canton Apartments)
Atlanta
47 Capital City Club September 15, 1977
(#77000425)
7 Harris St., NW.
33°45′39″N 84°23′16″W / 33.760833°N 84.387778°W / 33.760833; -84.387778 (Capital City Club)
Atlanta
48 Capitol View Historic District April 22, 2016
(#16000195)
Roughly bounded by Hartford Pl., Fairbanks St., Perkerson Park, Sylvan Rd., and Division Pl.
33°42′59″N 84°25′01″W / 33.716303°N 84.417044°W / 33.716303; -84.417044 (Capitol View Historic District)
Atlanta
49 Capitol View Manor Historic District December 3, 2013
(#13000876)
Roughly bounded by Norfolk Southern RR, Hillside Dr., SW., I-75, Deckner Ave., SW. & Metropolitan Pkwy., SW.
33°43′03″N 84°24′20″W / 33.717629°N 84.405688°W / 33.717629; -84.405688 (Capitol View Manor Historic District)
Atlanta
50 Castleberry Hill Historic District August 8, 1985
(#85001742)
Roughly bounded by Nelson St., Southern & Central of Georgia RR, McDaniel, Peters & Walker Sts.
33°44′52″N 84°24′03″W / 33.747778°N 84.400833°W / 33.747778; -84.400833 (Castleberry Hill Historic District)
Atlanta
51 Central Presbyterian Church March 13, 1986
(#86000366)
201 Washington St. SW.
33°44′59″N 84°23′21″W / 33.749722°N 84.389167°W / 33.749722; -84.389167 (Central Presbyterian Church)
Atlanta
52 Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus May 13, 1976
(#76000625)
335 Ivy St. [Peachtree Center], NE.
33°45′50″N 84°23′07″W / 33.763889°N 84.385278°W / 33.763889; -84.385278 (Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)
Atlanta
53 Citizens and Southern Bank Building August 18, 1977
(#77000426)
35 Broad St.
33°45′17″N 84°23′23″W / 33.754722°N 84.389722°W / 33.754722; -84.389722 (Citizens and Southern Bank Building)
Atlanta
54 Coca-Cola Building Annex October 18, 1996
(#96001138)
187 Edgewood Ave.
33°45′21″N 84°22′53″W / 33.755833°N 84.381389°W / 33.755833; -84.381389 (Coca-Cola Building Annex)
Atlanta
55 College Park Historic District November 15, 1996
(#96001338)
Roughly bounded by Vesta Ave., Yale Ave., Madison St., Harris St., and Washington Rd.
33°39′38″N 84°27′12″W / 33.660556°N 84.453333°W / 33.660556; -84.453333 (College Park Historic District)
College Park
56 College Street School July 21, 1995
(#95000902)
580 College St.
33°39′20″N 84°24′31″W / 33.655556°N 84.408611°W / 33.655556; -84.408611 (College Street School)
Hapeville
57 Collier Heights Historic District June 23, 2009
(#09000457)
Bounded approximately by Hamilton E. Holmes Drive on the east, Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway on the north, Interstate 285 on the west, and Interstate 20 on the south
33°46′19″N 84°29′02″W / 33.771944°N 84.483889°W / 33.771944; -84.483889 (Collier Heights Historic District)
Atlanta
58 F. J. Cooledge and Sons, Company-Hastings' Seed Company October 31, 1995
(#95001229)
434 Marietta St.
33°45′53″N 84°23′52″W / 33.764722°N 84.397778°W / 33.764722; -84.397778 (F. J. Cooledge and Sons, Company-Hastings' Seed Company)
Atlanta
59 Cox-Carlton Hotel November 1, 2006
(#06000960)
683 Peachtree St., NE.
33°46′28″N 84°23′05″W / 33.774444°N 84.384722°W / 33.774444; -84.384722 (Cox-Carlton Hotel)
Atlanta Designed by Atlanta architectural firm Pringle and Smith in 1925
60 Crescent Apartments June 21, 1996
(#96000649)
979 Crescent Ave., NW.
33°46′52″N 84°23′04″W / 33.781111°N 84.384444°W / 33.781111; -84.384444 (Crescent Apartments)
Atlanta Where Margaret Mitchell wrote much of Gone With the Wind
61 William H. Crogman School July 14, 2005
(#05000692)
1093 West Ave SW
33°43′30″N 84°23′47″W / 33.7249°N 84.3963°W / 33.7249; -84.3963 (William H. Crogman School)
Atlanta
62 Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta December 9, 1971
(#71000274)
Cherokee Ave., Grant Park
33°43′33″N 84°22′16″W / 33.725833°N 84.371111°W / 33.725833; -84.371111 (Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta)
Atlanta
63 H. B. Davis Building-Hotel Roxy September 11, 1997
(#97001123)
764–772 Marietta St.
33°46′32″N 84°24′16″W / 33.775556°N 84.404444°W / 33.775556; -84.404444 (H. B. Davis Building-Hotel Roxy)
Atlanta
64 Degive's Grand Opera House June 17, 1977
(#77000427)
157 Peachtree St., NE.
33°45′27″N 84°23′13″W / 33.7575°N 84.386944°W / 33.7575; -84.386944 (Degive's Grand Opera House)
Atlanta
65 Dixie Coca-Cola Bottling Company Plant July 20, 1977
(#77000428)
125 Edgewood Ave.
33°45′16″N 84°23′03″W / 33.754444°N 84.384167°W / 33.754444; -84.384167 (Dixie Coca-Cola Bottling Company Plant)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
66 East Point Industrial District September 5, 1985
(#85001971)
Roughly bounded by Martin and Taylor Sts. Norman Berry Dr. and RR tracks
33°40′42″N 84°26′19″W / 33.678333°N 84.438611°W / 33.678333; -84.438611 (East Point Industrial District)
East Point
67 Rutherford and Martha Ellis House May 6, 2009
(#09000269)
543 W. Wesley Rd., NW.
33°49′47″N 84°24′20″W / 33.829814°N 84.405536°W / 33.829814; -84.405536 (Rutherford and Martha Ellis House)
Atlanta
68 Empire Manufacturing Company Building February 20, 2002
(#02000078)
575 Glen Iris Dr., NE.
33°46′19″N 84°22′01″W / 33.771944°N 84.366944°W / 33.771944; -84.366944 (Empire Manufacturing Company Building)
Atlanta
69 English-American Building March 26, 1976
(#76000626)
74 Peachtree St.
33°45′22″N 84°23′19″W / 33.756111°N 84.388611°W / 33.756111; -84.388611 (English-American Building)
Atlanta
70 English Avenue School March 23, 2020
(#100005101)
627 English Ave. NW.
33°46′18″N 84°24′47″W / 33.77173°N 84.41294°W / 33.77173; -84.41294 (English Avenue School)
Atlanta
71 Thomas and Rae Epting Lustron House March 18, 1996
(#96000210)
1692 Brewer Boulevard, SW.
33°42′31″N 84°25′01″W / 33.708611°N 84.416944°W / 33.708611; -84.416944 (Thomas and Rae Epting Lustron House)
Atlanta A Lustron house
72 Fairburn Commercial Historic District October 20, 1988
(#88002015)
Roughly along W. Broad St. and RR tracks between Smith and Dood Sts.
33°34′00″N 84°34′54″W / 33.566667°N 84.581667°W / 33.566667; -84.581667 (Fairburn Commercial Historic District)
Fairburn
73 Fairlie-Poplar Historic District September 9, 1982
(#82002416)
Roughly bounded by Peachtree, Luckie, Cone, and Marietta Sts.
33°45′22″N 84°23′24″W / 33.756111°N 84.39°W / 33.756111; -84.39 (Fairlie-Poplar Historic District)
Atlanta
74 Farlinger September 30, 1982
(#82002417)
343 Peachtree St., NE.
33°45′49″N 84°23′09″W / 33.763611°N 84.385833°W / 33.763611; -84.385833 (Farlinger)
Atlanta Demolished in 1988
75 Fire Station No. 11 February 12, 1980
(#80001073)
30 North Ave.
33°46′17″N 84°23′09″W / 33.771389°N 84.385833°W / 33.771389; -84.385833 (Fire Station No. 11)
Atlanta Architects were Morgan & Dillon. Built 1907. First fire station to respond to Winecoff Hotel fire in 1946.
76 First Congregational Church January 19, 1979
(#79000720)
105 Courtland St., NE.
33°45′27″N 84°23′01″W / 33.7575°N 84.383611°W / 33.7575; -84.383611 (First Congregational Church)
Atlanta
77 First Methodist Episcopal Church, South December 7, 2010
(#10001000)
360 Peachtree St., NW
33°45′52″N 84°23′09″W / 33.764444°N 84.385833°W / 33.764444; -84.385833 (First Methodist Episcopal Church, South)
Atlanta
78 First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta May 29, 2020
(#100005252)
1328 Peachtree St. NE
33°47′27″N 84°23′07″W / 33.7909°N 84.3854°W / 33.7909; -84.3854 (First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta)
Atlanta
79 Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant May 10, 1984
(#84001080)
699 Ponce de Leon Ave.
33°46′22″N 84°21′52″W / 33.772778°N 84.364444°W / 33.772778; -84.364444 (Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant)
Atlanta
80 Forscom Command Sergeant Major's Quarters February 25, 1975
(#75000595)
Bldg. 532
33°42′44″N 84°26′14″W / 33.712222°N 84.437222°W / 33.712222; -84.437222 (Forscom Command Sergeant Major's Quarters)
Fort McPherson
81 Fort Peace September 18, 2018
(#100002982)
87 15th St.
33°47′18″N 84°23′05″W / 33.7884°N 84.3848°W / 33.7884; -84.3848 (Fort Peace)
Atlanta
82 Fox Theatre May 17, 1974
(#74002230)
600 Peachtree St.
33°46′20″N 84°23′12″W / 33.772222°N 84.386667°W / 33.772222; -84.386667 (Fox Theatre)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
83 Fox Theatre Historic District October 7, 1978
(#78003178)
Peachtree St. and Ponce de Leon Ave.
33°46′20″N 84°23′12″W / 33.772222°N 84.386667°W / 33.772222; -84.386667 (Fox Theatre Historic District)
Atlanta
84 Freeman Ford Building August 6, 1998
(#98000968)
75 John Wesley Dobbs Ave.
33°45′31″N 84°23′04″W / 33.758611°N 84.384444°W / 33.758611; -84.384444 (Freeman Ford Building)
Atlanta
85 Fulton County Almshouse February 8, 2014
(#13001169)
215 W. Wieuca Rd., NW.
33°52′31″N 84°23′34″W / 33.8753683°N 84.3928313°W / 33.8753683; -84.3928313 (Fulton County Almshouse)
Atlanta
86 Fulton County Courthouse September 18, 1980
(#80001074)
160 Pryor St., SW.
33°45′03″N 84°23′27″W / 33.750833°N 84.390833°W / 33.750833; -84.390833 (Fulton County Courthouse)
Atlanta
87 Garden Hills Historic District August 17, 1987
(#87001362)
Roughly bounded by Delmont and Brentwood and N. Hills Drs., Piemont, E. Wesley, and Peachtree Rds.
33°49′54″N 84°22′45″W / 33.831667°N 84.379167°W / 33.831667; -84.379167 (Garden Hills Historic District)
Atlanta
88 Garrison Apartments January 29, 1979
(#79000721)
1325–1327 Peachtree St., NE.
33°47′27″N 84°23′05″W / 33.790833°N 84.384722°W / 33.790833; -84.384722 (Garrison Apartments)
Atlanta
89 General Electric Company Repair Shop Warehouse October 10, 2008
(#08000968)
488 Glenn Ave.
33°44′17″N 84°24′13″W / 33.738136°N 84.403533°W / 33.738136; -84.403533 (General Electric Company Repair Shop Warehouse)
Fulton
90 Georgia Institute of Technology Historic District August 25, 1978
(#78000983)
225 North Ave.
33°46′21″N 84°23′40″W / 33.7725°N 84.394444°W / 33.7725; -84.394444 (Georgia Institute of Technology Historic District)
Atlanta
91 Georgia State Capitol December 9, 1971
(#71001099)
Capitol Sq.
33°44′56″N 84°23′17″W / 33.748889°N 84.388056°W / 33.748889; -84.388056 (Georgia State Capitol)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
92 Jeremiah S. Gilbert House April 17, 1980
(#80001075)
2238 Perkerson Rd., SW.
33°41′36″N 84°24′38″W / 33.693333°N 84.410556°W / 33.693333; -84.410556 (Jeremiah S. Gilbert House)
Atlanta
93 Glenn Building April 29, 2008
(#08000350)
110 Marietta St.
33°45′25″N 84°23′34″W / 33.756992°N 84.392672°W / 33.756992; -84.392672 (Glenn Building)
Atlanta
94 May Patterson Goodrum House May 1, 2013
(#13000215)
320 West Paces Ferry Rd., NW.
33°50′38″N 84°23′46″W / 33.843865°N 84.396114°W / 33.843865; -84.396114 (May Patterson Goodrum House)
Atlanta
95 Grady Hospital August 13, 1981
(#81000652)
36 Butler St., SE.
33°45′12″N 84°22′51″W / 33.753333°N 84.380833°W / 33.753333; -84.380833 (Grady Hospital)
Atlanta
96 Grant Park Historic District July 20, 1979
(#79000722)
Roughly bounded by Glenwood and Atlanta Aves., Kelly and Eloise Sts.
33°44′10″N 84°22′18″W / 33.736111°N 84.371667°W / 33.736111; -84.371667 (Grant Park Historic District)
Atlanta
97 Grant Park North March 17, 1986
(#86000462)
Roughly bounded by Woodward Ave., Boulevard, I-20, and Hill St.
33°44′42″N 84°22′25″W / 33.745°N 84.373611°W / 33.745; -84.373611 (Grant Park North)
Atlanta
98 W. D. Grant Building January 8, 1979
(#79003318)
44 Broad St., NW.
33°45′20″N 84°23′24″W / 33.755556°N 84.39°W / 33.755556; -84.39 (W. D. Grant Building)
Atlanta
99 Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company October 27, 2004
(#04001183)
881 Memorial Dr.
33°44′52″N 84°21′44″W / 33.747778°N 84.362222°W / 33.747778; -84.362222 (Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company)
Atlanta
100 Griffith School of Music May 12, 1999
(#99000552)
650 Bonaventore Ave., NE.
33°46′26″N 84°21′41″W / 33.773889°N 84.361389°W / 33.773889; -84.361389 (Griffith School of Music)
Atlanta
101 Habersham Memorial Hall June 7, 1974
(#74000676)
15th St., west of the junction with Piedmont Ave.
33°47′18″N 84°22′40″W / 33.788333°N 84.377778°W / 33.788333; -84.377778 (Habersham Memorial Hall)
Atlanta
102 Hapeville Historic District October 14, 2009
(#09000824)
Bounded by I-75 on the east, Mt. Zion Rd. on the north, I-85 on the west, Airport Loop Rd. on the south, and Sylvan and Springdale Rds. west of I-85
33°39′36″N 84°24′37″W / 33.660108°N 84.410206°W / 33.660108; -84.410206 (Hapeville Historic District)
Hapeville
103 Joel Chandler Harris House October 15, 1966
(#66000281)
1050 Gordon St., SW.
33°44′16″N 84°25′20″W / 33.73764°N 84.42219°W / 33.73764; -84.42219 (Joel Chandler Harris House)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
104 Healey Building August 12, 1977
(#77000429)
57 Forsyth St.
33°45′22″N 84°23′23″W / 33.756111°N 84.389722°W / 33.756111; -84.389722 (Healey Building)
Atlanta
105 Herndon Home February 16, 2000
(#00000261)
587 University Place, NW.
33°45′21″N 84°24′25″W / 33.75581°N 84.40686°W / 33.75581; -84.40686 (Herndon Home)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
106 Highland School November 1, 2006
(#06000959)
978 North Ave., NE.
33°46′22″N 84°21′19″W / 33.772778°N 84.355278°W / 33.772778; -84.355278 (Highland School)
Atlanta
107 Home Park School July 26, 1989
(#89000851)
1031 State St., NW.
33°46′58″N 84°23′54″W / 33.782778°N 84.398333°W / 33.782778; -84.398333 (Home Park School)
Atlanta
108 B. Mifflin Hood Brick Company Building December 6, 2018
(#100003173)
686 Greenwood Ave. NE
33°46′36″N 84°21′53″W / 33.7768°N 84.3648°W / 33.7768; -84.3648 (B. Mifflin Hood Brick Company Building)
Atlanta Built in 1909 as the headquarters for the B. Mifflin Hood Brick Company. Located adjacent to the BeltLine.
109 Hotel Row Historic District July 20, 1989
(#89000802)
205–235 Mitchell St.
33°45′08″N 84°23′43″W / 33.752222°N 84.395278°W / 33.752222; -84.395278 (Hotel Row Historic District)
Atlanta
110 House at 690 South Boulevard December 6, 2018
(#100003174)
690 S Boulevard
33°44′08″N 84°22′06″W / 33.7356°N 84.3682°W / 33.7356; -84.3682 (House at 690 South Boulevard)
Atlanta
111 Howell Interlocking Historic District July 25, 2003
(#03000676)
Roughly centered on Howell Interlocking at Marietta, W. Marietta Sts., Howell Mill Rd. and Lowery Boulevard
33°47′03″N 84°24′51″W / 33.784167°N 84.414167°W / 33.784167; -84.414167 (Howell Interlocking Historic District)
Atlanta
112 Howell Station Historic District April 17, 1997
(#97000352)
Roughly bounded by W. Marietta, Rice, Baylor, and Herndon Sts., Niles Cir., and Longley Ave.
33°47′06″N 84°25′11″W / 33.785°N 84.419722°W / 33.785; -84.419722 (Howell Station Historic District)
Atlanta
113 Mrs. George Arthur Howell, Jr., House January 11, 1991
(#90002101)
400 W. Paces Ferry Rd. NW.
33°50′38″N 84°23′52″W / 33.844026°N 84.397780°W / 33.844026; -84.397780 (Mrs. George Arthur Howell, Jr., House)
Atlanta
114 Hurt Building April 13, 1977
(#77000431)
45 Edgewood Ave., NE.
33°45′15″N 84°23′13″W / 33.754167°N 84.386944°W / 33.754167; -84.386944 (Hurt Building)
Atlanta
115 Imperial Hotel March 31, 1983
(#83000229)
355 Peachtree St.
33°45′50″N 84°23′08″W / 33.763889°N 84.385556°W / 33.763889; -84.385556 (Imperial Hotel)
Atlanta
116 Inman Park Historic District July 23, 1973
(#73000621)
Roughly bounded by I-485, DeKalb and Lake Aves.; also roughly bounded by Lake, Hurt, and DeKalb Aves. and Krog St.
33°45′20″N 84°21′34″W / 33.755556°N 84.359444°W / 33.755556; -84.359444 (Inman Park Historic District)
Atlanta Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of September 16, 2001
117 Inman Park-Moreland Historic District June 5, 1986
(#86001209)
Roughly bounded by N. Highland, Seminole and Euclid, DeKalb, and Degress and Nashita Aves.; also roughly bounded by Cleburne, Moreland and DeKalb Aves., Battery Place, and a city park
33°45′50″N 84°21′07″W / 33.763889°N 84.351944°W / 33.763889; -84.351944 (Inman Park-Moreland Historic District)
Atlanta Extends into DeKalb County. Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of October 13, 2003
118 Island Ford Lodge November 4, 2016
(#16000747)
1978 Island Ford Parkway
33°59′14″N 84°19′31″W / 33.987172°N 84.325333°W / 33.987172; -84.325333 (Island Ford Lodge)
Sandy Springs In the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.
119 King Plow Company March 28, 1996
(#96000337)
887 W. Marietta St.
33°46′53″N 84°24′58″W / 33.781389°N 84.416111°W / 33.781389; -84.416111 (King Plow Company)
Atlanta
120 Martin Luther King, Jr., Historic District May 2, 1974
(#74000677)
Bounded roughly by Irwin, Randolph, Edgewood, Jackson, and Auburn Aves.; also roughly bounded by Freedom Parkway, John Wesley Dobbs Ave., Decatur St., the former Southern railroad tracks, and Interstates 75/85
33°45′18″N 84°22′20″W / 33.755°N 84.372222°W / 33.755; -84.372222 (Martin Luther King, Jr., Historic District)
Atlanta Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of June 12, 2001, is a National Historic Landmark
121 Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site and Preservation District October 10, 1980
(#80000435)
Roughly bounded by Courtland, Randolph, Chamberlain Sts. and Irwin Ave.
33°45′18″N 84°22′20″W / 33.755°N 84.372222°W / 33.755; -84.372222 (Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site and Preservation District)
Atlanta
122 M.C. Kiser Company Building May 28, 2019
(#100003966)
210 Pryor St. SW
33°44′57″N 84°23′34″W / 33.7491°N 84.3928°W / 33.7491; -84.3928 (M.C. Kiser Company Building)
Atlanta
123 William and Ruth Knight Lustron House March 18, 1996
(#96000208)
9166 Northside Dr.
33°49′06″N 84°24′28″W / 33.818333°N 84.407778°W / 33.818333; -84.407778 (William and Ruth Knight Lustron House)
Atlanta A Lustron house
124 Knox Apartments, Cauthorn House and Peachtree Road Apartments Historic District March 19, 1998
(#98000248)
2214–2230 Peachtree Rd.
33°48′54″N 84°23′31″W / 33.815°N 84.391944°W / 33.815; -84.391944 (Knox Apartments, Cauthorn House and Peachtree Road Apartments Historic District)
Atlanta
125 Victor H. Kriegshaber House January 8, 1979
(#79000723)
292 Moreland Ave., NE.
33°45′44″N 84°20′58″W / 33.762222°N 84.349444°W / 33.762222; -84.349444 (Victor H. Kriegshaber House)
Atlanta
126 Lakewood Heights Historic District July 5, 2002
(#02000712)
Junction of Jonesboro Rd. and Lakewood Ave.
33°42′23″N 84°22′53″W / 33.706389°N 84.381389°W / 33.706389; -84.381389 (Lakewood Heights Historic District)
Atlanta
127 Lindridge-Martin Manor Historic District July 14, 2015
(#15000412)
Roughly bounded by Armand Rd., NE., Lindridge, Melante, & Cardova Drs., NE., Armand Ct., NE.
33°49′07″N 84°21′22″W / 33.8187°N 84.356°W / 33.8187; -84.356 (Lindridge-Martin Manor Historic District)
Atlanta
128 Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital September 1, 1988
(#88001465)
35 Linden Ave., NE.
33°46′10″N 84°23′09″W / 33.769444°N 84.385833°W / 33.769444; -84.385833 (Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospital)
Atlanta Davis-Fischer Sanitarium (Crawford Long Hospital) designed by Atlanta architect Eugene C. Wachendorff in 1911.
129 Manuel's Tavern May 29, 2020
(#100005253)
602 North Highland Ave. NE
33°46′15″N 84°21′09″W / 33.7708°N 84.3526°W / 33.7708; -84.3526 (Manuel's Tavern)
Atlanta
130 Means Street Historic District June 14, 2001
(#01000648)
Bounded by Marietta St., Bankhead and Ponders Aves., and the Southern rail liNE.
33°46′22″N 84°24′18″W / 33.772778°N 84.405°W / 33.772778; -84.405 (Means Street Historic District)
Atlanta
131 Medical Arts Building December 6, 2016
(#16000816)
384 Peachtree St. NE.
33°45′54″N 84°23′09″W / 33.764880°N 84.385718°W / 33.764880; -84.385718 (Medical Arts Building)
Atlanta
132 Memorial to the Six Million April 21, 2008
(#08000351)
1173 Cascade Ave. SW.
33°43′26″N 84°26′57″W / 33.723994°N 84.449103°W / 33.723994; -84.449103 (Memorial to the Six Million)
Atlanta
133 Kenneth and Hazel Meredith House November 30, 2018
(#100003150)
417 Hillside Dr. NW
33°52′12″N 84°24′03″W / 33.8699°N 84.4009°W / 33.8699; -84.4009 (Kenneth and Hazel Meredith House)
Atlanta
134 Midtown Historic District February 12, 1999
(#99000161)
Roughly bounded by 10th St., Ponce de Leon Ave., Piedmont Ave., and Lakeview Ave.
33°46′40″N 84°22′28″W / 33.777778°N 84.374444°W / 33.777778; -84.374444 (Midtown Historic District)
Atlanta
135 Mozley Park Historic District August 11, 1995
(#95000909)
Roughly bounded by Westview Dr., West Lake Ave., Seaboard Coast Line RR tracks and M. L. King and Rockmart Dr.
33°45′04″N 84°26′14″W / 33.751111°N 84.437222°W / 33.751111; -84.437222 (Mozley Park Historic District)
Atlanta
136 National NuGrape Company December 20, 1996
(#96001502)
794 Ralph McGill Boulevard
33°46′09″N 84°21′42″W / 33.769167°N 84.361667°W / 33.769167; -84.361667 (National NuGrape Company)
Atlanta
137 New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery January 9, 2009
(#08001281)
3012 Arden Rd., NW.
33°50′15″N 84°24′14″W / 33.837586°N 84.40395°W / 33.837586; -84.40395 (New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery)
Atlanta
138 Newtown Elementary School August 30, 2006
(#06000739)
3115 Old Alabama Rd.
34°01′14″N 84°16′08″W / 34.020556°N 84.268889°W / 34.020556; -84.268889 (Newtown Elementary School)
Alpharetta
139 William P. Nicolson House March 25, 1977
(#77000432)
821 Piedmont Ave.
33°46′36″N 84°22′52″W / 33.776667°N 84.381111°W / 33.776667; -84.381111 (William P. Nicolson House)
Atlanta
140 North Avenue Presbyterian Church November 17, 1978
(#78000984)
607 Peachtree Ave., NE.
33°46′16″N 84°23′04″W / 33.771111°N 84.384444°W / 33.771111; -84.384444 (North Avenue Presbyterian Church)
Atlanta Designed by Bruce & Morgan. Built 1900.
141 Oakland Cemetery April 28, 1976
(#76000627)
248 Oakland Ave., SE.
33°44′55″N 84°22′17″W / 33.748611°N 84.371389°W / 33.748611; -84.371389 (Oakland Cemetery)
Atlanta
142 Oakland City Historic District April 11, 2003
(#03000198)
Bounded by Donnelly St., Lee St., Campbellton Rd., and Ingram Rd., Cascade Ave., Westmont Rd., and Epworth Rd.
33°43′41″N 84°25′40″W / 33.728056°N 84.427778°W / 33.728056; -84.427778 (Oakland City Historic District)
Atlanta
143 Odd Fellows Building and Auditorium May 2, 1975
(#75000594)
228–250 Auburn Ave., NE.
33°45′20″N 84°22′46″W / 33.755556°N 84.379444°W / 33.755556; -84.379444 (Odd Fellows Building and Auditorium)
Atlanta
144 Omega Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity June 17, 1982
(#82002419)
720 Fowler St., NW.
33°46′27″N 84°23′38″W / 33.774167°N 84.393889°W / 33.774167; -84.393889 (Omega Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity)
Atlanta
145 J. K. Orr Shoe Company September 29, 1995
(#95001135)
16 William Holmes Borders, Sr. Ave.
33°45′14″N 84°22′29″W / 33.753889°N 84.374722°W / 33.753889; -84.374722 (J. K. Orr Shoe Company)
Atlanta
146 Palmer House and Phelan House Apartments October 27, 2004
(#04001182)
952 Peachtree St. and 81 and 93 Peachtree Place
33°46′56″N 84°23′04″W / 33.782222°N 84.384444°W / 33.782222; -84.384444 (Palmer House and Phelan House Apartments)
Atlanta
147 Park Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South May 9, 1997
(#97000405)
793 Park St., SW.
33°44′38″N 84°24′49″W / 33.743889°N 84.413611°W / 33.743889; -84.413611 (Park Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South)
Atlanta
148 Peachtree Center Historic District March 19, 2018
(#100002207)
Roughly bounded by Andrew Young International Blvd, Peachtree Center Ave, Courtland St., Baker St, and Williams St.
33°45′40″N 84°23′15″W / 33.761010°N 84.387632°W / 33.761010; -84.387632 (Peachtree Center Historic District)
Atlanta
149 Peachtree Christian Church May 17, 1984
(#84001082)
1580 Peachtree St. NW.
33°47′48″N 84°23′22″W / 33.796667°N 84.389444°W / 33.796667; -84.389444 (Peachtree Christian Church)
Atlanta
150 Peachtree Heights Park December 8, 1980
(#80004457)
Peachtree, Habersham, and Wesley Rds., Andrews Dr., and Peachtree Battle Ave.
33°49′34″N 84°23′34″W / 33.826111°N 84.392778°W / 33.826111; -84.392778 (Peachtree Heights Park)
Atlanta
151 Peachtree Highlands Historic District June 5, 1986
(#86001252)
Roughly bounded by Highland Dr., Martina Dr., E. Pace Ferry, and Piedmont Rds.
33°50′32″N 84°22′02″W / 33.842222°N 84.367222°W / 33.842222; -84.367222 (Peachtree Highlands Historic District)
Atlanta Superseded in 2008 by the larger Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park Historic District
152 Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park Historic District April 25, 2008
(#08000325)
Roughly bounded by Piedmont & Peachtree Rds., GA 400 & MARTA N-S line.
33°50′08″N 84°21′50″W / 33.835472°N 84.363992°W / 33.835472; -84.363992 (Peachtree Highlands-Peachtree Park Historic District)
Atlanta
153 Peachtree Southern Railway Station September 14, 1976
(#76000628)
1688 Peachtree St., NW.
33°47′58″N 84°23′34″W / 33.79938°N 84.39275°W / 33.79938; -84.39275 (Peachtree Southern Railway Station)
Atlanta Southern Railway's 1918 facility, named Peachtree Station but known locally as Brookwood Station, has been Atlanta's only long-distance passenger rail stop since 1970. Amtrak took over Southern's Crescent route in the '70s, which (as of 2015) continues to operate between New Orleans and N.Y. City.
154 Edward C. Peters House January 20, 1972
(#72000384)
179 Ponce de Leon Ave.
33°46′51″N 84°22′50″W / 33.780833°N 84.380556°W / 33.780833; -84.380556 (Edward C. Peters House)
Atlanta A Queen Anne style house
155 Piedmont Park May 13, 1976
(#76000629)
Bounded by 10th St., Southern Rwy. and Piedmont Rd.
33°47′17″N 84°22′27″W / 33.788056°N 84.374167°W / 33.788056; -84.374167 (Piedmont Park)
Atlanta
156 Piedmont Park Apartments October 28, 2003
(#03001104)
266 11th St.
33°46′58″N 84°22′43″W / 33.782739°N 84.378611°W / 33.782739; -84.378611 (Piedmont Park Apartments)
Atlanta Designed by Leila Ross Wilburn
157 Thomas H. Pitts House and Dairy June 27, 1979
(#79000724)
3105 Cascade Rd., SW.
33°43′16″N 84°29′22″W / 33.721111°N 84.489444°W / 33.721111; -84.489444 (Thomas H. Pitts House and Dairy)
Atlanta
158 Pittsburgh Historic District June 14, 2006
(#06000503)
Roughly bordered by Shelton Ave. Stewart Ave., University Ave., and the RR
33°43′44″N 84°24′07″W / 33.728889°N 84.401944°W / 33.728889; -84.401944 (Pittsburgh Historic District)
Atlanta
159 William G. Raoul House December 15, 1986
(#86003298)
848 Peachtree St.
33°46′40″N 84°23′06″W / 33.777778°N 84.385°W / 33.777778; -84.385 (William G. Raoul House)
Atlanta
160 Retail Credit Company Home Office Building January 8, 1980
(#80001076)
90 Fairlie St., SW.
33°45′25″N 84°23′24″W / 33.756944°N 84.39°W / 33.756944; -84.39 (Retail Credit Company Home Office Building)
Atlanta
161 Reynoldstown Historic District April 3, 2003
(#02001405)
Roughly bounded by the CSX rail line, Memorial Dr., Pearl St., and Moreland
33°45′07″N 84°21′16″W / 33.751944°N 84.354444°W / 33.751944; -84.354444 (Reynoldstown Historic District)
Atlanta
162 Rhodes Memorial Hall March 1, 1974
(#74000678)
1516 Peachtree St.
33°47′45″N 84°23′18″W / 33.795833°N 84.388333°W / 33.795833; -84.388333 (Rhodes Memorial Hall)
Atlanta
163 Rhodes-Haverty Building January 19, 1979
(#79000725)
134 Peachtree St., NW.
33°45′26″N 84°23′17″W / 33.757222°N 84.388056°W / 33.757222; -84.388056 (Rhodes-Haverty Building)
Atlanta Architects: Pringle and Smith (1929)
164 Isaac Roberts House April 10, 2008
(#08000262)
9725 Roberts Dr.
34°00′12″N 84°20′55″W / 34.0032°N 84.3486°W / 34.0032; -84.3486 (Isaac Roberts House)
Sandy Springs [5]
165 Rock Spring Presbyterian Church May 24, 1990
(#90000804)
1824 Piedmont Ave. NE.
33°48′17″N 84°22′05″W / 33.804722°N 84.368056°W / 33.804722; -84.368056 (Rock Spring Presbyterian Church)
Atlanta
166 Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District
Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District
December 6, 1996
(#96001414)
Roughly bounded by the Chattahoochee R., Cedar Cr., Hood Branch, and White Oak Cr.
33°29′54″N 84°50′00″W / 33.498333°N 84.833333°W / 33.498333; -84.833333 (Roscoe-Dunaway Gardens Historic District)
Roscoe
167 Rufus M. Rose House September 20, 1977
(#77000433)
537 Peachtree St.
33°46′08″N 84°23′05″W / 33.768889°N 84.384722°W / 33.768889; -84.384722 (Rufus M. Rose House)
Atlanta Designed by architect Emil Charles Seiz. Built in 1901. Late Victorian/simplified Queen-Anne. Rare 19th-century town house of the affluent. Tiny yard is singular survivor from Peachtree Road's residential heyday.
168 Roswell Historic District May 2, 1974
(#74000682)
Roughly bounded by Big Creek, King and Dam Sts., SW along New Marietta Hwy.
34°00′54″N 84°21′42″W / 34.015°N 84.361667°W / 34.015; -84.361667 (Roswell Historic District)
Roswell
169 Simeon and Jane Rucker Log House April 18, 1997
(#97000353)
755 Old Rucker Rd.
34°04′43″N 84°20′23″W / 34.078611°N 84.339722°W / 34.078611; -84.339722 (Simeon and Jane Rucker Log House)
Alpharetta
170 St. Andrews Apartments June 13, 1986
(#86001260)
1041 W. Peachtree St.
33°47′04″N 84°23′14″W / 33.784444°N 84.387222°W / 33.784444; -84.387222 (St. Andrews Apartments)
Atlanta
171 St. Mark Methodist Church November 2, 1987
(#87001911)
781 Peachtree St.
33°46′37″N 84°23′02″W / 33.776944°N 84.383889°W / 33.776944; -84.383889 (St. Mark Methodist Church)
Atlanta Architect: Willis Franklin Denny. Built 1902-1903.
172 Sardis Methodist Church and Cemetery October 9, 2012
(#12000840)
3725 Powers Ferry Road
33°51′27″N 84°23′01″W / 33.857498°N 84.383647°W / 33.857498; -84.383647 (Sardis Methodist Church and Cemetery)
Atlanta
173 Charles E. Sciple House March 1, 1984
(#84001084)
1112 Peachtree St.
33°47′06″N 84°23′00″W / 33.785°N 84.383333°W / 33.785; -84.383333 (Charles E. Sciple House)
Atlanta
174 Sears, Roebuck and Co. Mail-Order Warehouse and Retail Store November 15, 2016
(#16000769)
675 Ponce de Leon Ave., NE.
33°46′23″N 84°21′58″W / 33.773146°N 84.365995°W / 33.773146; -84.365995 (Sears, Roebuck and Co. Mail-Order Warehouse and Retail Store)
Atlanta Now Ponce City Market
175 Selig Company Building February 22, 1996
(#96000158)
330-346 Marietta St.
33°45′43″N 84°23′49″W / 33.761944°N 84.396944°W / 33.761944; -84.396944 (Selig Company Building)
Atlanta
176 Shrine of the Immaculate Conception December 12, 1976
(#76000630)
48 Hunter St., SW.
33°45′01″N 84°23′22″W / 33.750278°N 84.389444°W / 33.750278; -84.389444 (Shrine of the Immaculate Conception)
Atlanta
177 Archibald Smith House August 30, 2006
(#06000740)
935 Alpharetta St.
34°01′26″N 84°21′36″W / 34.023889°N 84.36°W / 34.023889; -84.36 (Archibald Smith House)
Roswell
178 Tullie Smith House November 20, 1970
(#70000204)
3099 Andrews Dr., NW.
33°50′26″N 84°23′08″W / 33.840556°N 84.385556°W / 33.840556; -84.385556 (Tullie Smith House)
Atlanta
179 Southern Bell Telephone Company Building December 1, 1978
(#78000985)
51 Ivy St., NE.
33°45′20″N 84°23′08″W / 33.755556°N 84.385556°W / 33.755556; -84.385556 (Southern Bell Telephone Company Building)
Atlanta
180 Southern Belting Company Building August 10, 1988
(#88001174)
236 Forsyth St., SW.
33°44′53″N 84°23′48″W / 33.748056°N 84.396667°W / 33.748056; -84.396667 (Southern Belting Company Building)
Atlanta
181 Southern Dairies August 21, 2002
(#02000872)
593 Glen Iris Dr.
33°46′21″N 84°22′03″W / 33.7725°N 84.3675°W / 33.7725; -84.3675 (Southern Dairies)
Atlanta
182 Southern Railway North Avenue Yards Historic District July 16, 2002
(#02000539)
539 John St. NW.
33°46′09″N 84°24′00″W / 33.769167°N 84.4°W / 33.769167; -84.4 (Southern Railway North Avenue Yards Historic District)
Atlanta
183 Southern Spring Bed Company March 1, 2007
(#07000088)
300 Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr.
33°44′57″N 84°22′33″W / 33.749167°N 84.375833°W / 33.749167; -84.375833 (Southern Spring Bed Company)
Atlanta
184 Spotswood Hall February 5, 2002
(#01001556)
555 Argonne Dr., NW.
33°50′13″N 84°24′19″W / 33.836944°N 84.405278°W / 33.836944; -84.405278 (Spotswood Hall)
Atlanta
185 Staff Row and Old Post Area-Fort McPherson November 5, 1974
(#74000679)
NE corner of Fort McPherson; also 1777 Hardee Avenue
33°42′40″N 84°25′50″W / 33.711111°N 84.430556°W / 33.711111; -84.430556 (Staff Row and Old Post Area-Fort McPherson)
Atlanta Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of September 6, 2013
186 Stewart Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church South March 2, 1989
(#89000154)
867 Stewart Ave., SW.
33°43′52″N 84°24′30″W / 33.731111°N 84.408333°W / 33.731111; -84.408333 (Stewart Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church South)
Atlanta
187 Stone Hall, Atlanta University December 2, 1974
(#74000680)
Morris-Brown College campus
33°45′16″N 84°24′31″W / 33.75444°N 84.40861°W / 33.75444; -84.40861 (Stone Hall, Atlanta University)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
188 Swan House September 13, 1977
(#77000434)
3099 Andrews Dr., NW.
33°50′25″N 84°23′17″W / 33.840278°N 84.388056°W / 33.840278; -84.388056 (Swan House)
Atlanta
189 Sweet Auburn Historic District December 8, 1976
(#76000631)
Auburn Ave.
33°45′14″N 84°22′52″W / 33.753889°N 84.381111°W / 33.753889; -84.381111 (Sweet Auburn Historic District)
Atlanta National Historic Landmark
190 Techwood Homes Historic District June 29, 1976
(#76000632)
Roughly bounded by North Ave., Parker, Williams, and Lovejoy Sts.
33°46′04″N 84°23′30″W / 33.767778°N 84.391667°W / 33.767778; -84.391667 (Techwood Homes Historic District)
Atlanta
191 The Temple September 9, 1982
(#82002420)
1589 Peachtree St.
33°47′52″N 84°23′21″W / 33.797778°N 84.389167°W / 33.797778; -84.389167 (The Temple)
Atlanta
192 The Texas June 19, 1973
(#73002234)
Cyclorama Bldg., Grant Park
33°44′02″N 84°22′15″W / 33.733889°N 84.370833°W / 33.733889; -84.370833 (The Texas)
Atlanta Steam locomotive that chased in the Great Locomotive Chase
193 Albert E. Thornton House December 8, 1980
(#80004458)
105 W. Paces Ferry Rd.
33°50′41″N 84°23′27″W / 33.844722°N 84.390833°W / 33.844722; -84.390833 (Albert E. Thornton House)
Atlanta
194 Thorton Building February 23, 1984
(#84001107)
10 Pryor St. (10 Park Place South)
33°45′15″N 84°23′19″W / 33.754167°N 84.388611°W / 33.754167; -84.388611 (Thorton Building)
Atlanta
195 Henry B. Tompkins House December 12, 1976
(#76000633)
125 W. Wesley Rd., NW.
33°49′44″N 84°23′29″W / 33.828889°N 84.391389°W / 33.828889; -84.391389 (Henry B. Tompkins House)
Atlanta
196 Trio Steam Laundry September 18, 1997
(#97001122)
19 Hilliard St.
33°41′32″N 84°22′46″W / 33.692222°N 84.379444°W / 33.692222; -84.379444 (Trio Steam Laundry)
Atlanta
197 Troy Peerless Laundry Building September 9, 1999
(#99001100)
650 Glen Iris Dr.
33°46′32″N 84°22′05″W / 33.775556°N 84.368056°W / 33.775556; -84.368056 (Troy Peerless Laundry Building)
Atlanta
198 Trust Company of Georgia Northeast Freeway Branch February 20, 2018
(#100002093)
2160 Monroe Dr. NE
33°48′39″N 84°22′12″W / 33.810801°N 84.369978°W / 33.810801; -84.369978 (Trust Company of Georgia Northeast Freeway Branch)
Atlanta Built in 1962[6]
199 Trygveson December 8, 1980
(#80004241)
3418 Pinestream Rd., NW.
33°50′54″N 84°25′21″W / 33.848333°N 84.4225°W / 33.848333; -84.4225 (Trygveson)
Atlanta
200 Mary Elizabeth Tyler House January 30, 2006
(#05001598)
2887 Howell Mill Rd.
33°50′02″N 84°25′03″W / 33.833889°N 84.4175°W / 33.833889; -84.4175 (Mary Elizabeth Tyler House)
Atlanta
201 Tyree Building July 15, 1982
(#82002421)
679 Durant Pl., NE.
33°46′23″N 84°22′31″W / 33.773056°N 84.375278°W / 33.773056; -84.375278 (Tyree Building)
Atlanta
202 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse May 2, 1974
(#74000681)
76 Forsyth St.
33°45′23″N 84°23′25″W / 33.75644°N 84.39027°W / 33.75644; -84.39027 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Atlanta Many key cases from the civil rights movement first heard here, is a National Historic Landmark
203 Underground Atlanta Historic District July 24, 1980
(#80001077)
Roughly bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr., Central Ave., Wall and Peachtree Sts.
33°45′07″N 84°23′21″W / 33.751944°N 84.389167°W / 33.751944; -84.389167 (Underground Atlanta Historic District)
Atlanta
204 United States Post Office, Federal Annex February 10, 2006
(#04001217)
77 Forsyth St.
33°45′16″N 84°23′40″W / 33.754444°N 84.394444°W / 33.754444; -84.394444 (United States Post Office, Federal Annex)
Atlanta
205 Utoy Cemetery February 23, 2015
(#15000025)
1465 Cahaba Dr.
33°42′57″N 84°26′59″W / 33.7158°N 84.4498°W / 33.7158; -84.4498 (Utoy Cemetery)
Atlanta
206 E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works September 10, 1979
(#79000726)
Foster St.
33°47′08″N 84°24′59″W / 33.785556°N 84.416389°W / 33.785556; -84.416389 (E. Van Winkle Gin and Machine Works)
Atlanta Goat Farm Arts Center
207 Villa Lamar June 8, 1988
(#88001152)
801 West Paces Ferry Rd.
33°51′01″N 84°24′47″W / 33.850278°N 84.413056°W / 33.850278; -84.413056 (Villa Lamar)
Atlanta
208 Virginia-Highland Historic District May 10, 2005
(#05000402)
Roughly bounded by Amsterdam Ave., Rosedale Rd., Ponce de Leon Ave., and the Norfolk Southern Railroad
33°46′59″N 84°21′25″W / 33.783056°N 84.356944°W / 33.783056; -84.356944 (Virginia-Highland Historic District)
Atlanta
209 Anne Wallace Branch-Carnegie Library of Atlanta
Anne Wallace Branch-Carnegie Library of Atlanta
December 4, 2003
(#03001223)
523 Luckie St. NW.
33°46′14″N 84°23′46″W / 33.770556°N 84.396111°W / 33.770556; -84.396111 (Anne Wallace Branch-Carnegie Library of Atlanta)
Atlanta
210 Washington Park Historic District February 28, 2000
(#00000071)
Junction of Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. and Ashby St.
33°45′36″N 84°25′16″W / 33.76°N 84.421111°W / 33.76; -84.421111 (Washington Park Historic District)
Atlanta
211 Booker T. Washington High School March 18, 1986
(#86000437)
45 Whitehouse Dr. SW.
33°45′12″N 84°25′18″W / 33.753333°N 84.421667°W / 33.753333; -84.421667 (Booker T. Washington High School)
Atlanta
212 West End Historic District February 25, 1999
(#97000621)
Roughly Bounded by US 20, Lee, White, and Langhorn Sts.
33°44′16″N 84°25′23″W / 33.737778°N 84.423056°W / 33.737778; -84.423056 (West End Historic District)
Atlanta
213 Western Electric Company Building November 8, 2000
(#00001329)
820 Ralph McGill Boulevard
33°46′11″N 84°21′40″W / 33.769722°N 84.361111°W / 33.769722; -84.361111 (Western Electric Company Building)
Atlanta
214 Westinghouse Electric Company Building February 9, 2001
(#01000080)
426 Marietta St., NW.
33°46′00″N 84°23′52″W / 33.766667°N 84.397778°W / 33.766667; -84.397778 (Westinghouse Electric Company Building)
Atlanta
215 Westview Cemetery June 4, 2020
(#100005254)
1680 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. SW
33°44′46″N 84°26′35″W / 33.7462°N 84.4431°W / 33.7462; -84.4431 (Westview Cemetery)
Atlanta
216 Whittier Mills Historic District September 13, 2001
(#01000972)
Roughly the junction of Bolton Rd. and Parrot Ave., approximately 7 miles (11 km) northwest of the central business district of Atlanta
33°48′42″N 84°29′01″W / 33.811667°N 84.483611°W / 33.811667; -84.483611 (Whittier Mills Historic District)
Atlanta
217 Judge William Wilson House February 15, 1980
(#80001078)
501 Fairburn Rd., SW.
33°44′46″N 84°30′41″W / 33.746111°N 84.511389°W / 33.746111; -84.511389 (Judge William Wilson House)
Atlanta
218 Winecoff Hotel March 31, 2009
(#09000185)
179 Peachtree Street, NW.
33°49′29″N 84°23′16″W / 33.824861°N 84.387778°W / 33.824861; -84.387778 (Winecoff Hotel)
Atlanta
219 George, Jr., and Emily Winship House May 10, 2005
(#05000404)
2626 Brookwood Dr., NE.
33°49′40″N 84°22′53″W / 33.827778°N 84.381389°W / 33.827778; -84.381389 (George, Jr., and Emily Winship House)
Atlanta
220 Stuart Witham House December 22, 1978
(#78000986)
2922 Andrews Dr., NW.
33°50′06″N 84°23′35″W / 33.835°N 84.393056°W / 33.835; -84.393056 (Stuart Witham House)
Atlanta
221 Wynne-Claughton Building March 26, 2012
(#12000148)
141 Carnegie Way, NW.
33°45′30″N 84°23′18″W / 33.758224°N 84.388215°W / 33.758224; -84.388215 (Wynne-Claughton Building)
Atlanta
222 Yonge Street School January 24, 1980
(#80001079)
89 Yonge St.
33°45′06″N 84°22′31″W / 33.751667°N 84.375278°W / 33.751667; -84.375278 (Yonge Street School)
Atlanta

Former listings

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Carnegie Library of Atlanta October 22, 1976
(#76000624)
Unknown 126 Carnegie Way, NW
Atlanta
2 Glenridge Hall June 17, 1982
(#82002418)
September 17, 2015 6615 Glenridge Dr.
33°56′09″N 84°21′50″W / 33.935833°N 84.363889°W / 33.935833; -84.363889 (Glenridge Hall)
Sandy Springs Demolished April 9, 2015[7]
3 Hillyer Trust Building July 25, 1977
(#77000430)
Unknown 140 Peachtree St.
Atlanta
4 Western and Atlantic Railroad Zero Milepost September 19, 1977
(#77000435)
April 26, 2019 Central Ave. between Wall St. and Railroad Ave.
33°45′08″N 84°23′19″W / 33.752222°N 84.388611°W / 33.752222; -84.388611 (Western and Atlantic Railroad Zero Milepost)
Atlanta

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 17, 2020.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ Kahn, Michael (January 11, 2018). "Entire Midtown block bulldozed for massive mixed-use project". Curbed Atlanta. Retrieved July 20, 2018.
  5. ^ Article about this house and others\
  6. ^ announcement
  7. ^ 11Alive Staff, WXIA. "Glenridge Hall demolished". 11Alive. Gannett Satellite Information Network. Archived from the original on April 10, 2015. Retrieved May 3, 2015.
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