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Anderson Downtown Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina)

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Boundary increase  November 5, 1987
Added to NRHP  23 February 1979
Area  6 ha
Anderson Downtown Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina)
Location  Main St. between Tribble and Market Sts. (original) and 402 N. Main St. (increase), Anderson, South Carolina
Built  1870 (original) and 1924 (increase)
Architect  Baldwin,James J.; Casey,Joseph H. (increase)
Architectural style  Early Commercial Romanesque (original)
NRHP Reference #  79002372 (original) 87001996 (increase)
Address  S Main St, Anderson, SC 29624, USA
Similar  Allen & Eakes, Carolina Wren Park, Doolittle's, Foothills Community Foundation, Anderson Economic Develop

Anderson Downtown Historic District in Anderson, South Carolina originally built in the late 19th century is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

The NRHP listing area was increased to include a hotel building at 402 N. Main Street, in 1987. The increase included work by architect James J. Baldwin.

National Register Properties

National Register properties within the district include:

  • Palmetto Building ca. 1909, 201 S. Murray Avenue (Formerly Sullivan Hardware Company Warehouse)
  • Sullivan Building c. 1881, 208 S. Main St. (Former Sullivan Hardware Store, now Sullivan's Metropolitan Grill)
  • Chiquola Condominiums c. 1888, 100 W. Whitner St. (Formerly Plaza Hotel) Courthouse Square/Plaza
  • Historic Anderson County Courthouse, c. 1898, 101 S. Main St., Courthouse Square/Plaza
  • Robert Anderson Fountain, 202 E. Greenville St. (Anderson County Museum, Formerly located in the Courthouse Square/Plaza)
  • The Bleckley Inn, 151 E. Church St. (on former site of Bleckley Building, which was the first building in the area to contain multiple stories and an elevator)
  • Former National Bank of Anderson (no longer in existence), 109 E. Benson St./203 S. Main St (Approximate)
  • Anderson City Hall/Police Department, 401 S. Main St.
  • Woodlawn-Sosbee Funeral Home C. 1909, 401 N. Main St. (Former Anderson Post Office)
  • Anderson County Arts Center C. 1905, 405 N. Main St.(Former Carnegie Library Building)
  • The Calhoun Historic Lofts C. Early 1920s, 402 N. Main St. (Former John C. Calhoun Hotel)
  • References

    Anderson Downtown Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina) Wikipedia


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