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Capitol Hill Historic District (Salt Lake City, Utah)

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Built  1850
NRHP Reference #  82004135 and 01001451
Area  76 ha
Architect  Multiple
Opened  1850
Capitol Hill Historic District (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Location  Roughly bounded by Beck, Main and Wall Sts., 300 North, Victory Rd. and Capitol Blvd., (original), and roughly bounded by 300 North, 400 West, 800 North, Wall St., and 200 West, (increase) Salt Lake City, Utah
Architectural style  Mixed (more Than 2 Styles From Different Periods)(original) Mid 19th Century Revival, Late Victorian (increase)
Added to NRHP  August 2, 1982 (original) January 11, 2002 (increase)
Similar  Utah State Capitol, Cathedral of the Madeleine, LDS Conference Center, Church Office Building, Abravanel Hall

The Capitol Hill Historic District in Salt Lake City, Utah was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It was originally roughly bounded by Beck, Main and Wall Sts., 300 North, Victory Rd. and Capitol Blvd., and includes the Utah State Capitol. The district was increased in 2002 to include an area roughly bounded by 300 North, 400 West, 800 North, Wall St., and 200 West.

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Capitol Hill Historic District (Salt Lake City, Utah) Wikipedia


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