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National Register of Historic Places listings in Rochester, New York

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Rochester, New York.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Rochester, New York, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1]

There are 206 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Monroe County, including three National Historic Landmarks. The city of Rochester includes 109 of these properties and districts, including all National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the remaining 98 properties and districts are listed separately. One property, the New York State Barge Canal, a National Historic Landmark District spans both the city and the remainder of the county. Another property in Rochester was formerly listed but has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted January 10, 2020.[2]

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Contents

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Andrews Street Bridge October 11, 1984
(#84000182)
Andrews St. at Genesee River
43°09′32″N 77°36′45″W / 43.158889°N 77.6125°W / 43.158889; -77.6125 (Andrews Street Bridge)
Rochester
2 Susan B. Anthony House October 15, 1966
(#66000528)
17 Madison St.
43°09′12″N 77°37′41″W / 43.153333°N 77.628056°W / 43.153333; -77.628056 (Susan B. Anthony House)
Rochester This NHL is where Susan B. Anthony was arrested after attempting to vote in the 1872 Presidential Election
3 Aquinas Institute June 8, 1989
(#89000464)
1127 Dewey Ave.
43°11′15″N 77°38′26″W / 43.1875°N 77.640556°W / 43.1875; -77.640556 (Aquinas Institute)
Rochester
4 Arvine Heights Historic District June 1, 2015
(#15000310)
15–120 Arvine Heights
43°07′35″N 77°38′21″W / 43.126314°N 77.6390827°W / 43.126314; -77.6390827 (Arvine Heights Historic District)
Rochester Early 20th-century middle-class residential development
5 Bevier Memorial Building October 25, 1973
(#73001201)
Washington St.
43°09′12″N 77°36′59″W / 43.153333°N 77.616389°W / 43.153333; -77.616389 (Bevier Memorial Building)
Rochester Built in 1910 for the Rochester Athaneaum and Mechanics Institute, a three and a half brick story with ceramic trim designed by architect Claude Fayette Bragdon.[5]
6 Brick Presbyterian Church Complex March 12, 1992
(#92000152)
121 N. Fitzhugh St.
43°09′27″N 77°37′01″W / 43.1575°N 77.616944°W / 43.1575; -77.616944 (Brick Presbyterian Church Complex)
Rochester Now known as Downtown United Presbyterian Church, a Presbyterian church complex including the Brick Church and Church School (1860, rebuilt 1903), attached Brick Church Institute building (1909–1910), and Taylor Chapel (1941). The Brick Church and Church School was designed in 1860 as an Early Romanesque Revival–style edifice by Rochester architect Andrew Jackson Warner (1833–1910). His son, J. Foster Warner (1859–1937), modified the church structure to the Lombard Romanesque form in 1903.[6] Part of the Inner Loop Multiple Resource Area (MRA).
7 Bridge Square Historic District October 11, 1984
(#84000273)
Roughly bounded by Inner Loop, Centre Park, Washington and W. Main Sts.
43°09′17″N 77°37′08″W / 43.154722°N 77.618889°W / 43.154722; -77.618889 (Bridge Square Historic District)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
8 Brown's Race Historic District March 2, 1989
(#89000067)
Brown's Race St. from Platt St. to Conrail railroad tracks
43°09′38″N 77°36′59″W / 43.160556°N 77.616389°W / 43.160556; -77.616389 (Brown's Race Historic District)
Rochester District of 15 commercial buildings, 2 other structures and 14 sites, along or near the curving south rim of the Genesee River gorge at the rim of the High Falls. Included are the mill race and the 19th century iron Pont De Rennes bridge, which is in use as a pedestrian bridge and viewing platform of the High Falls and surrounding gorge.[7]
9 Adam Brown Block October 4, 1985
(#85002857)
480 E. Main St.
43°09′31″N 77°35′59″W / 43.158611°N 77.599722°W / 43.158611; -77.599722 (Adam Brown Block)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
10 Browncroft Historic District April 20, 2004
(#04000346)
Roughly bounded by Browncroft Blvd., Newcastle, Blossom, and Winton Rds.
43°09′16″N 77°32′44″W / 43.154444°N 77.545556°W / 43.154444; -77.545556 (Browncroft Historic District)
Rochester
11 Building at 551-555 North Goodman Street March 20, 1986
(#86000448)
551-555 N. Goodman St.
43°09′50″N 77°35′00″W / 43.163889°N 77.583333°W / 43.163889; -77.583333 (Building at 551-555 North Goodman Street)
Rochester
12 Campbell-Whittlesey House February 18, 1971
(#71000542)
123 S. Fitzhugh St.
43°09′04″N 77°36′45″W / 43.151111°N 77.6125°W / 43.151111; -77.6125 (Campbell-Whittlesey House)
Rochester
13 Central Trust Bank Building February 14, 2012
(#12000014)
44 Exchange Rd.
43°09′18″N 77°36′42″W / 43.154925°N 77.611672°W / 43.154925; -77.611672 (Central Trust Bank Building)
Rochester
14 Chamber of Commerce October 4, 1985
(#85002859)
55 Saint Paul St.
43°09′28″N 77°36′36″W / 43.157778°N 77.61°W / 43.157778; -77.61 (Chamber of Commerce)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
15 Jonathan Child House & Brewster-Burke House Historic District February 18, 1971
(#71000543)
37 S. Washington St. and 130 Spring St.
43°09′10″N 77°37′01″W / 43.152778°N 77.616944°W / 43.152778; -77.616944 (Jonathan Child House & Brewster-Burke House Historic District)
Rochester
16 Chili–West Historic District September 1, 2015
(#15000556)
15-17 Ardmore, 5-75 Appleton, 14-48 Darien, 22-56 Hancock, 41-146 Lozier & 20-99 Somerset Sts., 50-432 Chili Ave.
43°08′54″N 77°38′42″W / 43.148368°N 77.6451317°W / 43.148368; -77.6451317 (Chili–West Historic District)
Rochester Early suburban neighborhood completed by mid-1930s
17 Christ Church February 12, 2008
(#08000024)
141 East Ave.
43°09′12″N 77°35′26″W / 43.153333°N 77.590556°W / 43.153333; -77.590556 (Christ Church)
Rochester
18 Church of Saints Peter and Paul Complex June 20, 2012
(#12000342)
720 & 736 W. Main, & 681 Brown Sts.
43°09′06″N 77°37′57″W / 43.151575°N 77.632551°W / 43.151575; -77.632551 (Church of Saints Peter and Paul Complex)
Rochester
19 City Hall Historic District September 17, 1974
(#74001258)
S. Fitzhugh St. between Broad and W. Main Sts.
43°09′16″N 77°36′50″W / 43.154444°N 77.613889°W / 43.154444; -77.613889 (City Hall Historic District)
Rochester
20 Congregation Ahavas Achim Anshi Austria November 9, 2015
(#15000775)
692 Joseph Ave.
43°10′38″N 77°36′34″W / 43.177163°N 77.6093667°W / 43.177163; -77.6093667 (Congregation Ahavas Achim Anshi Austria)
Rochester 1928 Georgian Revival synagogue was early focal point for Jewish immigrant community in city's northeast
21 Fernwood Park Historic District June 21, 2010
(#10000360)
Bounded by Fernwood Ave., Woodman Park, Culver Rd., and Waring Rd.
43°10′48″N 77°33′45″W / 43.18°N 77.5625°W / 43.18; -77.5625 (Fernwood Park Historic District)
Rochester
22 H. C. Cohen Company Building-Andrews Building October 4, 1985
(#85002853)
216 Andrews St.
43°09′35″N 77°36′34″W / 43.159722°N 77.609444°W / 43.159722; -77.609444 (H. C. Cohen Company Building-Andrews Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
23 Court Exchange Building-National Casket Company October 4, 1985
(#85002850)
142 Exchange St.
43°09′09″N 77°36′40″W / 43.1525°N 77.611111°W / 43.1525; -77.611111 (Court Exchange Building-National Casket Company)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
24 Court Street Bridge October 11, 1984
(#84000276)
Court St. at Genesee River
43°09′12″N 77°36′34″W / 43.153333°N 77.609444°W / 43.153333; -77.609444 (Court Street Bridge)
Rochester
25 Cox Building October 11, 1984
(#84000279)
36-48 St. Paul St.
43°09′27″N 77°36′34″W / 43.1575°N 77.609444°W / 43.1575; -77.609444 (Cox Building)
Rochester
26 Chester Dewey School No. 14 October 4, 1985
(#85002847)
200 University Ave.
43°09′35″N 77°35′51″W / 43.159722°N 77.5975°W / 43.159722; -77.5975 (Chester Dewey School No. 14)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
27 East Avenue Historic District April 17, 1979
(#79001589)
Irregular pattern along East Ave. from Probert St. to Alexander St.
43°09′09″N 77°34′51″W / 43.1525°N 77.580833°W / 43.1525; -77.580833 (East Avenue Historic District)
Rochester
28 East High School June 30, 1983
(#83001707)
410 Alexander St.
43°09′35″N 77°35′31″W / 43.159722°N 77.591944°W / 43.159722; -77.591944 (East High School)
Rochester
29 East Main Street Historic District December 13, 2017
(#100001069)
E. Main St. from South to Chestnut, East, Euclid, Clinton, Stone, Division, Elm, Atlas, Achilles & Franklin
43°09′26″N 77°36′23″W / 43.157133°N 77.606375°W / 43.157133; -77.606375 (East Main Street Historic District)
Rochester
30 East Side Presbyterian Church November 10, 2010
(#10000898)
345 Parsells St.
43°09′56″N 77°34′10″W / 43.165556°N 77.569444°W / 43.165556; -77.569444 (East Side Presbyterian Church)
Rochester
31 Eastman Dental Dispensary April 28, 1983
(#83001708)
800 E. Main St.
43°09′38″N 77°35′30″W / 43.160556°N 77.591667°W / 43.160556; -77.591667 (Eastman Dental Dispensary)
Rochester
32 George Eastman House November 13, 1966
(#66000529)
900 East Ave.
43°09′12″N 77°34′54″W / 43.153333°N 77.581667°W / 43.153333; -77.581667 (George Eastman House)
Rochester
33 Edwards Building October 11, 1984
(#84000287)
26-34 St. Paul St.
43°09′26″N 77°36′33″W / 43.157222°N 77.609167°W / 43.157222; -77.609167 (Edwards Building)
Rochester
34 Hervey Ely House August 12, 1971
(#71000544)
138 Troup St.
43°09′05″N 77°37′06″W / 43.151389°N 77.618333°W / 43.151389; -77.618333 (Hervey Ely House)
Rochester
35 Emmanuel Presbyterian Church March 29, 2001
(#01000295)
Jefferson Ave. at 9 Shelter St.
43°08′19″N 77°37′47″W / 43.138611°N 77.629722°W / 43.138611; -77.629722 (Emmanuel Presbyterian Church)
Rochester
36 English Evangelical Church of the Reformation and Parish House March 12, 1992
(#92000150)
111 N. Chestnut St.
43°09′32″N 77°36′12″W / 43.158889°N 77.603333°W / 43.158889; -77.603333 (English Evangelical Church of the Reformation and Parish House)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
37 Erie Canal: Second Genesee Aqueduct September 29, 1976
(#76001228)
Broad St.
43°09′17″N 77°36′35″W / 43.154722°N 77.609722°W / 43.154722; -77.609722 (Erie Canal: Second Genesee Aqueduct)
Rochester
38 Federal Building April 13, 1972
(#72000856)
N. Fitzhugh and Church Sts.
43°09′25″N 77°36′54″W / 43.156944°N 77.615°W / 43.156944; -77.615 (Federal Building)
Rochester
39 First National Bank of Rochester-Old Monroe County Savings Bank Building October 4, 1985
(#85002861)
35 State St.
43°09′22″N 77°36′49″W / 43.156111°N 77.613611°W / 43.156111; -77.613611 (First National Bank of Rochester-Old Monroe County Savings Bank Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
40 First Presbyterian Church October 25, 1973
(#73001202)
101 S. Plymouth Ave.
43°09′10″N 77°36′56″W / 43.152778°N 77.615556°W / 43.152778; -77.615556 (First Presbyterian Church)
Rochester
41 First Unitarian Church September 2, 2014
(#14000537)
220 Winton Rd., S.
43°08′28″N 77°33′33″W / 43.1409809°N 77.5591261°W / 43.1409809; -77.5591261 (First Unitarian Church)
Rochester 1969 brick Modernist structure by Louis Kahn
42 First Universalist Church May 27, 1971
(#71000545)
SE corner of S. Clinton Ave. and Court St.
43°09′14″N 77°36′17″W / 43.153889°N 77.604722°W / 43.153889; -77.604722 (First Universalist Church)
Rochester
43 Gannett Building October 4, 1985
(#85002862)
55 Exchange St.
43°09′14″N 77°36′45″W / 43.153889°N 77.6125°W / 43.153889; -77.6125 (Gannett Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
44 Genesee Lighthouse August 13, 1974
(#74001259)
70 Lighthouse St.
43°15′10″N 77°36′40″W / 43.252778°N 77.611111°W / 43.252778; -77.611111 (Genesee Lighthouse)
Rochester
45 German United Evangelical Church Complex March 12, 1992
(#92000151)
60-90 Bittner St.
43°09′38″N 77°36′34″W / 43.160556°N 77.609444°W / 43.160556; -77.609444 (German United Evangelical Church Complex)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
46 Granite Building October 11, 1984
(#84000290)
130 E. Main St.
43°09′25″N 77°36′33″W / 43.156944°N 77.609167°W / 43.156944; -77.609167 (Granite Building)
Rochester Built in 1894 to house the Sibley, Lindsay and Curr department store.
47 Grove Place Historic District October 11, 1984
(#84000299)
Gibbs, Selden, Grove and Windsor Sts.
43°09′35″N 77°36′03″W / 43.159722°N 77.600833°W / 43.159722; -77.600833 (Grove Place Historic District)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
48 David Hagaman House December 23, 1994
(#94001477)
661 Highland Ave.
43°07′50″N 77°35′45″W / 43.130556°N 77.595833°W / 43.130556; -77.595833 (David Hagaman House)
Rochester
49 Holy Rosary Church Complex September 4, 2012
(#12000597)
414 Lexington Ave.
43°10′47″N 77°38′29″W / 43.179645°N 77.641307°W / 43.179645; -77.641307 (Holy Rosary Church Complex)
Rochester
50 House at 235-237 Reynolds Street September 12, 1985
(#85002272)
235-237 Reynolds St.
43°08′35″N 77°37′36″W / 43.143056°N 77.626667°W / 43.143056; -77.626667 (House at 235-237 Reynolds Street)
Rochester
51 Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church Complex March 31, 1992
(#92000381)
445 Frederick Douglass St. and 187 and 205 Edinburgh St.
43°08′47″N 77°37′04″W / 43.146389°N 77.617778°W / 43.146389; -77.617778 (Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church Complex)
Rochester
52 Immanuel Baptist Church February 5, 2002
(#01001566)
815 Park Ave.
43°08′48″N 77°34′28″W / 43.146667°N 77.574444°W / 43.146667; -77.574444 (Immanuel Baptist Church)
Rochester
53 Inglewood and Thurston Historic District June 30, 2015
(#15000368)
15-218 Inglewood Dr., 169-291 Thurston Rd. & 5 Marlborough
43°08′26″N 77°39′15″W / 43.1406°N 77.6543°W / 43.1406; -77.6543 (Inglewood and Thurston Historic District)
Rochester
54 Jewish Young Men's and Women's Association October 4, 1985
(#85002848)
400 Andrews St.
43°09′37″N 77°36′16″W / 43.160278°N 77.604444°W / 43.160278; -77.604444 (Jewish Young Men's and Women's Association)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
55 Kirstein Building October 4, 1985
(#85002844)
242 Andrews St.
43°09′36″N 77°36′28″W / 43.16°N 77.607778°W / 43.16; -77.607778 (Kirstein Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
56 Lehigh Valley Railroad Station October 4, 1985
(#85002858)
99 Court St.
43°09′11″N 77°36′29″W / 43.153056°N 77.608056°W / 43.153056; -77.608056 (Lehigh Valley Railroad Station)
Rochester Currently Dinosaur Bar-B-Que; part of the Inner Loop MRA
57 Leopold Street Shule June 7, 1974
(#74001260)
30 Leopold St.
43°09′53″N 77°36′16″W / 43.164722°N 77.604444°W / 43.164722; -77.604444 (Leopold Street Shule)
Rochester
58 Linden-South Historic District August 26, 2009
(#09000655)
25-272 Linden St., both sides; 809-835 South Ave., odd numbers only
43°08′20″N 77°36′21″W / 43.138858°N 77.605964°W / 43.138858; -77.605964 (Linden-South Historic District)
Rochester
59 Little Theatre October 4, 1985
(#85002860)
240 East Ave.
43°09′21″N 77°35′52″W / 43.155833°N 77.597778°W / 43.155833; -77.597778 (Little Theatre)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
60 Madison Square-West Main Street Historic District November 3, 1988
(#88002382)
Roughly bounded by Silver, Canal, W. Main and Madison Sts.
43°09′14″N 77°37′37″W / 43.153889°N 77.626944°W / 43.153889; -77.626944 (Madison Square-West Main Street Historic District)
Rochester
61 Main Street Bridge October 11, 1984
(#84000303)
Main St. at Genesee River
43°09′22″N 77°36′39″W / 43.156111°N 77.610833°W / 43.156111; -77.610833 (Main Street Bridge)
Rochester
62 Maplewood Historic District December 8, 1997
(#97001454)
21-267 Alameda, 26-284 Albemarle, 21-148 Augustine, 36-68 Birr Sts., 1-9 Burke Terrace, 1136-1212 Dewey Ave.,
43°07′26″N 77°37′44″W / 43.123889°N 77.628889°W / 43.123889; -77.628889 (Maplewood Historic District)
Rochester Neighborhood built around Frederick Law Olmsted landscapes; district expanded in 2016.
63 Michaels-Stern Building October 4, 1985
(#85002854)
87 N. Clinton Ave.
43°09′31″N 77°36′28″W / 43.158611°N 77.607778°W / 43.158611; -77.607778 (Michaels-Stern Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
64 George J. Michelsen Furniture Factory June 6, 2012
(#12000328)
182 Avenue D
43°10′49″N 77°37′11″W / 43.180286°N 77.619655°W / 43.180286; -77.619655 (George J. Michelsen Furniture Factory)
Rochester
65 Mount Hope Cemetery April 30, 2018
(#100002361)
Bounded by Mount Hope and Elmwood Aves., and Intercampus Dr.
43°07′39″N 77°37′10″W / 43.1276°N 77.6194°W / 43.1276; -77.6194 (Mount Hope Cemetery)
Rochester Early rural cemetery is final resting place of Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony, among other notables.
66 Mt. Hope-Highland Historic District January 21, 1974
(#74001261)
Bounded roughly by the Clarissa St. Bridge, Genesee River, Grove and Mt. Hope Aves., plus
43°08′09″N 77°36′40″W / 43.135833°N 77.611111°W / 43.135833; -77.611111 (Mt. Hope-Highland Historic District)
Rochester
67 National Company Building October 11, 1984
(#84000291)
159 E. Main St.
43°09′23″N 77°36′29″W / 43.156389°N 77.608056°W / 43.156389; -77.608056 (National Company Building)
Rochester
68 Naval Armory-Convention Hall October 4, 1985
(#85002852)
75 Woodbury Blvd.
43°09′08″N 77°36′19″W / 43.152222°N 77.605278°W / 43.152222; -77.605278 (Naval Armory-Convention Hall)
Rochester Currently houses the Geva Theatre Center; part of the Inner Loop MRA
69 Nazareth House April 12, 1984
(#84002734)
94 Averill Ave.
43°08′39″N 77°36′35″W / 43.144167°N 77.609722°W / 43.144167; -77.609722 (Nazareth House)
Rochester
70 New York State Barge Canal October 15, 2014
(#14000860)
Linear across city
43°09′52″N 77°40′35″W / 43.164542°N 77.676351°W / 43.164542; -77.676351 (New York State Barge Canal)
Rochester Successor to Erie Canal approved by state voters in early 20th century to compete with railroads.
71 Norton Village Historic District June 21, 2010
(#10000362)
Norton St., Norton Village Ln., Village Way, and Veteran St.
43°11′14″N 77°33′58″W / 43.187222°N 77.566111°W / 43.187222; -77.566111 (Norton Village Historic District)
Rochester
72 O'Kane Market and O'Kane Building September 12, 1985
(#85002288)
104-106 Bartlett St. & 239-255 Reynolds St.
43°08′34″N 77°37′36″W / 43.142778°N 77.626667°W / 43.142778; -77.626667 (O'Kane Market and O'Kane Building)
Rochester
73 Old Stone Warehouse October 15, 1973
(#73001203)
1 Mt. Hope Ave.
43°08′54″N 77°36′24″W / 43.148333°N 77.606667°W / 43.148333; -77.606667 (Old Stone Warehouse)
Rochester
74 Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church March 12, 1992
(#92000153)
210 Pleasant St.
43°09′32″N 77°36′33″W / 43.158889°N 77.609167°W / 43.158889; -77.609167 (Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
75 Polvino Building December 23, 2019
(#100004804)
216 Central Park
Coordinates missing
Rochester 1925 building was home to many businesses opened by Italian immigrants
76 Powers Building and Powers Hotel April 3, 1973
(#73001204)
W. Main and State Sts.
43°09′21″N 77°36′48″W / 43.155833°N 77.613333°W / 43.155833; -77.613333 (Powers Building and Powers Hotel)
Rochester 1869 building was once city's tallest; adjacent hotel included in 2019 boundary increase
77 Pulaski Library February 5, 2002
(#01001562)
1151 Hudson Ave.
43°11′11″N 77°36′00″W / 43.186389°N 77.6°W / 43.186389; -77.6 (Pulaski Library)
Rochester
78 Ramona Park Historic District June 21, 2010
(#10000363)
Ramona Park
43°11′50″N 77°39′06″W / 43.197222°N 77.651667°W / 43.197222; -77.651667 (Ramona Park Historic District)
Rochester
79 Reynolds Arcade October 4, 1985
(#85002855)
16 E. Main St.
43°09′21″N 77°36′44″W / 43.155833°N 77.612222°W / 43.155833; -77.612222 (Reynolds Arcade)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
80 Rochester City School No. 24 September 15, 1983
(#83001709)
Meigs St.
43°08′10″N 77°36′05″W / 43.136111°N 77.601389°W / 43.136111; -77.601389 (Rochester City School No. 24)
Rochester
81 Rochester Fire Department Headquarters and Shops October 21, 1985
(#85003361)
185 North St.
43°09′39″N 77°36′16″W / 43.160833°N 77.604444°W / 43.160833; -77.604444 (Rochester Fire Department Headquarters and Shops)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
82 Rochester Savings Bank March 16, 1972
(#72000857)
40 Franklin St.
43°09′31″N 77°36′18″W / 43.158611°N 77.605°W / 43.158611; -77.605 (Rochester Savings Bank)
Rochester
83 Rundel Memorial Library October 4, 1985
(#85002845)
115 South Ave.
43°09′13″N 77°37′06″W / 43.153611°N 77.618333°W / 43.153611; -77.618333 (Rundel Memorial Library)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
84 Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church September 28, 2006
(#06000886)
95 Averill Ave.
43°08′44″N 77°36′30″W / 43.145556°N 77.608333°W / 43.145556; -77.608333 (Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church)
Rochester
85 Saint Bernard's Seminary April 18, 1996
(#96000435)
2260 Lake Ave.
43°12′34″N 77°37′44″W / 43.209444°N 77.628889°W / 43.209444; -77.628889 (Saint Bernard's Seminary)
Rochester
86 Saint Mark's and Saint John's Episcopal Church December 16, 2004
(#04001438)
1245 Culver Rd.
43°10′05″N 77°33′45″W / 43.168056°N 77.5625°W / 43.168056; -77.5625 (Saint Mark's and Saint John's Episcopal Church)
Rochester
87 Seneca Park East and West September 26, 2003
(#03000969)
Saint Paul Blvd., Maplewood Dr, Lake Ave.
43°11′46″N 77°37′31″W / 43.196111°N 77.625278°W / 43.196111; -77.625278 (Seneca Park East and West)
Rochester West part is known as Maplewood Park.
88 Shantz Button Factory August 13, 2013
(#13000600)
340 & 330 Rutgers St., 795 Monroe Ave.
43°08′34″N 77°35′25″W / 43.142732°N 77.5902327°W / 43.142732; -77.5902327 (Shantz Button Factory)
Rochester
89 Shingleside September 13, 1984
(#84002737)
476 Beach Ave.
43°15′46″N 77°36′56″W / 43.262778°N 77.615556°W / 43.262778; -77.615556 (Shingleside)
Rochester
90 Sibley Triangle Building October 4, 1985
(#85002849)
20-30 East Ave.
43°09′26″N 77°36′15″W / 43.157222°N 77.604167°W / 43.157222; -77.604167 (Sibley Triangle Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
91 Sibley's, Lindsay and Curr Building January 8, 2014
(#84003945)
228 E. Main St.
43°09′29″N 77°36′21″W / 43.15796°N 77.605812°W / 43.15796; -77.605812 (Sibley's, Lindsay and Curr Building)
Rochester Part of the Inner Loop MRA
92 Sibley–Elmdorf Historic District September 1, 2015
(#15000557)
23-405 Aberdeen, 20-324 Aldine, 447-551 Genesee, 157-320 Melrose, 187-325 Roslyn & 2-242 Trafalgar Sts.
43°08′23″N 77°38′40″W / 43.139621°N 77.6444377°W / 43.139621; -77.6444377 (Sibley–Elmdorf Historic District)
Rochester Many extant well-preserved houses in various 19th-century styles
93 St. Joseph's Church and Rectory May 29, 1975
(#75001197)
108 Franklin St.
43°09′34″N 77°36′24″W / 43.159444°N 77.606667°W / 43.159444; -77.606667 (St. Joseph's Church and Rectory)
Rochester
94 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and Rectory March 12, 1992
(#92000154)
15 St. Mary's Pl.
43°09′12″N 77°36′23″W / 43.153333°N 77.606389°W / 43.153333; -77.606389 (St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and Rectory)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
95 St. Paul-North Water Streets Historic District October 11, 1984
(#84000398)
St. Paul, N. Water, and Andrews Sts.
43°09′37″N 77°36′41″W / 43.160278°N 77.611389°W / 43.160278; -77.611389 (St. Paul-North Water Streets Historic District)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
96 State Street Historic District October 11, 1984
(#84000402)
109-173 State St.
43°09′27″N 77°36′55″W / 43.1575°N 77.615278°W / 43.1575; -77.615278 (State Street Historic District)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
97 South Wedge Historic District May 22, 2013
(#13000307)
20-98 Alexander, 20-123 Ashland, 39-336 Averill, 14-89 Bond, 38-149 Comfort, 1-396 Gregory, 59-279 Hamilton Sts.
43°08′36″N 77°36′14″W / 43.143402°N 77.6039577°W / 43.143402; -77.6039577 (South Wedge Historic District)
Rochester
98 Teoronto Block Historic District September 24, 2010
(#10000798)
Bounded by State, Brown, Factory and Mill Streets
43°09′43″N 77°37′09″W / 43.161944°N 77.619167°W / 43.161944; -77.619167 (Teoronto Block Historic District)
Rochester
99 Terminal Building January 11, 2017
(#100000482)
65 W. Broad St.
43°09′14″N 77°36′50″W / 43.154018°N 77.613935°W / 43.154018; -77.613935 (Terminal Building)
Rochester Mid-1920s building was first to front on Broad Street after Erie Canal aqueduct was converted into a surface road
100 Third Ward Historic District July 12, 1974
(#74001262)
Roughly bounded by Adams and Peach Sts., I-490, and both sides of Troup and Fitzhugh Sts.
43°09′01″N 77°36′56″W / 43.150278°N 77.615556°W / 43.150278; -77.615556 (Third Ward Historic District)
Rochester
101 G.W. Todd-Wilmot Castle Factory Building January 29, 2018
(#100002054)
1255 University Ave.
43°09′03″N 77°34′02″W / 43.15095°N 77.56726°W / 43.15095; -77.56726 (G.W. Todd-Wilmot Castle Factory Building)
Rochester 1909 factory home to two companies important to early 20th-century local economy
102 University Club October 4, 1985
(#85002851)
26 Broadway
43°09′20″N 77°36′00″W / 43.155556°N 77.6°W / 43.155556; -77.6 (University Club)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
103 Vanderbeck House April 9, 1984
(#84002739)
1295 Lake Ave.
43°11′24″N 77°37′50″W / 43.19°N 77.630556°W / 43.19; -77.630556 (Vanderbeck House)
Rochester
104 Timothy Wallace House February 4, 1994
(#94000004)
2169 S. Clinton Ave.
43°06′59″N 77°35′50″W / 43.116389°N 77.597222°W / 43.116389; -77.597222 (Timothy Wallace House)
Rochester
105 H. H. Warner Building October 4, 1985
(#85002846)
72-82 St. Paul St.
43°09′30″N 77°36′34″W / 43.158333°N 77.609444°W / 43.158333; -77.609444 (H. H. Warner Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
106 Washington Street Rowhouses October 4, 1985
(#85002856)
30-32 N. Washington St.
43°09′21″N 77°37′04″W / 43.155833°N 77.617778°W / 43.155833; -77.617778 (Washington Street Rowhouses)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
107 Ebenezer Watts House October 18, 1996
(#85003632)
47 S. Fitzhugh St.
43°09′13″N 77°36′50″W / 43.153611°N 77.613889°W / 43.153611; -77.613889 (Ebenezer Watts House)
Rochester Oldest surviving residence in Rochester, an Italianate house built during 1825-1827 and remodelled in the 1850s. Has a Federal style entrance and interior.[8] Part of the Inner Loop MRA.
108 Wilder Building October 4, 1985
(#85002863)
1 E. Main St.
43°09′19″N 77°36′44″W / 43.155278°N 77.612222°W / 43.155278; -77.612222 (Wilder Building)
Rochester part of the Inner Loop MRA
109 Wollensak Optical Company Building July 27, 2018
(#100002739)
872 Hudson St.
43°10′52″N 77°35′56″W / 43.1810°N 77.5989°W / 43.1810; -77.5989 (Wollensak Optical Company Building)
Rochester 1920s building was home to Wollensak, industry-leading lensmaker which expanded into other audiovisual sectors, until 1972

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Duffy-Powers Building October 11, 1984
(#84000284)
Unknown 50 W. Main St.
Rochester part of the Department Store TR; removed due to owner objection.

See also

References

  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. 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 January 10, 2020.
  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. ^ 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.
  5. ^ Cornelia E. Brooke (August 1973). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Bevier Memorial Building". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2009-10-20. See also: "Accompanying photo".
  6. ^ Kathleen LaFrank (September 1991). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Brick Presbyterian Church Complex". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Archived from the original on 2012-09-13. Retrieved 2009-10-01. See also: "Accompanying photo".
  7. ^ Robert D. Kuhn (January 1989). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Brown's Race Historic District". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2009-09-01. See also: "Accompanying 50 photos".
  8. ^ Ted Bartlett (August 1985). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Ebenezer Watts House". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2009-10-01. See also: "Accompanying two photos".
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