The Columbus Register of Historic Places is a register for historic buildings and other sites in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The register is maintained by the City of Columbus Historic Resources Commission and Historic Preservation Office, and was established in 1980.Many of these landmarks are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, providing federal tax support for preservation, and some are further designated National Historic Landmarks, providing additional federal oversight.
The Columbus Register includes 81 entries, including 54 on the National Register. Two of the city's three National Historic Landmarks are on the register: the Ohio Statehouse and Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker House, but not the Ohio Theatre. The city also maintains four historic districts not listed on its register: German Village, Italian Village, Victorian Village, and the Brewery District.
The Columbus Register of Historic Properties is the City of Columbus's official list of significant buildings, sites, and districts. Its entries must be at least 40 years old, and meet at least one of the following instances:
The Columbus Historic Preservation Office, part of the Department of Development, helps owners preserve their buildings, answering questions and guiding applicants through the Certificate of Appropriateness process. The office reviews the applications before adding them to the Historic Resources Commission agenda. The office is also responsible for general preservation planning.
The Historic Resources Commission is a committee appointed by the mayor for three-year terms, without compensation, meeting once per month. The board generally consists of architects, lawyers, historic preservation professionals, realtors, contractors, business owners, and historic property owners. The committee preserves and improves the sites on the register, promotes historic preservation, encourages reinvestment in historic buildings, studies problems and needs in furthering preservation, and reviews rezoning, special permit, and variance requests, making recommendations for approval.
Listing on the Columbus Register protects properties and neighborhoods from changes to an area's historic or architectural nature. Owners are offered restoration advice from the staff of the Columbus Historic Preservation Office and the Historic Resources Commission.
Any site listed on the register is not required to undergo specific changes or improvements, though any exterior work requires a Certificates of Appropriateness from the Columbus Historic Preservation Office. When owners propose zoning changes, variants, or request special permits, the Historic Resources Commission reviews the proposal and makes a recommendation before passing it onto the zoning board or city council.
For consistency, the list below uses the name used on the Columbus Register of Historic Properties.
|Roster number||Listing name||Image||Address||Ordinance number||Date listed||NRHP-listed||Date listed||Notes|
|CR-1||Krumm Residence||975-979 S. High Street||220-82||February 8, 1982||Yes, #82003568||September 30, 1982|
|CR-2||Old State Arsenal||139 W. Main Street||221-82||February 8, 1982||Yes, #74001495||July 18, 1974||Now known as the Cultural Arts Center|
|CR-3||Federal Post Office & Courthouse||121 E. State Street (now 100 S. 3rd St.)||694-82||April 12, 1982||Yes, #73001441||April 11, 1973|
|CR-4||First Congregational Church||444 E. Broad Street||846-82||May 10, 1982||Yes, #100007182||November 29, 2021|
|CR-5||Central Presbyterian Church||132 S. Third Street||1005-82||June 7, 1982||Yes, #8300197||January 11, 1983||Now known as Second Presbyterian Church|
|CR-6||Trinity Episcopal Church||125 E. Broad Street||1081-82||June 14, 1982||Yes, #76001427||November 13, 1976|
|CR-7||St. Joseph Cathedral||212 E. Broad Street||1082-82||June 14, 1982||No||N/A|
|CR-8||Weisheimer House||286 W. Weisheimer Road||1083-82||June 14, 1982||No||N/A|
|CR-9||LeVeque Tower||50 W. Broad Street||1293-82||July 12, 1982||Yes, #75001398||March 21, 1975||Formerly known as the American Insurance Union Citadel|
|CR-10||Southern Hotel & Theatre||310 S. High Street||1294-82||July 12, 1982||Yes, #82001458||October 2, 1982|
|CR-11||East Town Street Historic District||Bounded by Oak, Grant, Lester and Cherry||1837-82||October 4, 1982||Yes, boundaries differ, #76001425||July 30, 1976|
|CR-12||First Avenue School||929 Harrison Avenue||9-83||January 10, 1983||No||N/A|
|CR-13||Ohio Statehouse||1 Capitol Square||2143-82||November 15, 1982||Yes, #72001011||July 31, 1972|
|CR-14||James Thurber House||77 Jefferson Avenue||10-83||January 10, 1983||Yes, #79001840||November 8, 1979|
|CR-15||Schlee-Kemmler Building||326 S. High Street||7-83||January 10, 1983||Yes, #82001461||December 2, 1982|
|CR-16||Macon Hotel||366 N. Twentieth Street||8-83||January 10, 1983||No||N/A|
|CR-17||Orton Memorial Laboratory||1445 Summit Street||634-83||April 4, 1983||Yes, #83004292||November 25, 1983|
|CR-18||Pythian Temple & James Pythian Theater||861-867 Mt. Vernon Avenue||635-83||April 4, 1983||Yes, #83004295||November 25, 1983||Now known as the King Arts Complex|
|CR-19||Engine House #16||260 N. 4th Street||884-83||May 9, 1983||Yes, #95000580||May 11, 1995||Now known as the Central Ohio Fire Museum|
|CR-20||Joseph Henderson House||5055 Dierker Road||883-83||May 9, 1983||No||N/A|
|CR-21||North Market Historic District||N. High, Goodale, Park and N. Front Sts, and the railroad||1630-83||September 19, 1983||Yes, boundaries the same, #82001460||December 30, 1982|
|CR-22||Scioto River Bridge Group||W. Broad, W. Town and W. Main Sts||1883-83||October 10, 1983||No||N/A||All three bridges have been demolished and replaced|
|CR-23||Jefferson Avenue Historic Group||Jefferson Ave between Avon Ct and Almond Alley||2308-83||December 12, 1983||Yes, boundaries differ, #82001459||December 2, 1982|
|CR-24||Dr. Lewis M. Early Residence||108-110 N. 20th Street & 1047 E. Long Street||29-84||January 23, 1984||No||N/A|
|CR-25||White Castle Restaurant||2725 N. High Street||405-84||March 19, 1984||No||N/A||Built in 1929; moved to Orient, Ohio in 1986; later to Rolla, Missouri. Site pictured.|
|CR-26||H.A. Higgins Building||129 E. Nationwide Blvd.||531-84||April 2, 1984||Yes, #79001836||August 27, 1979||Also known as the Flatiron Building|
|CR-27||Indianola Middle School||420 E. 19th Avenue||775-84||May 14, 1984||Yes, #80003000||June 30, 1980|
|CR-28||Rickenbacker Boyhood Home||1334 E. Livingston Avenue||776-84||May 14, 1984||Yes, #76001426||May 11, 1976||Also known as the Captain Edward V. or Eddie Rickenbacker House|
|CR-29||W.H. Jones Mansion||731 E. Broad Street||777-84||May 14, 1984||Yes, #78002065||October 2, 1978|
|CR-30||Broad-Brunson Place Condominiums||1790-1798 E. Broad St., 8-44 Brunson Ave., 1795-1801 E. Long St.||1299-84||July 30, 1984||No||N/A|
|CR-31||Avery Pontiac Building||1199-1207 Franklin Avenue||1846-84||October 22, 1984||No||N/A|
|CR-32||Ohio Institute for the Education of the Deaf & Dumb||400 E. Town Street||2119-84||November 19, 1984||Yes, #84000107||October 25, 1984|
|CR-33||Indianola Elementary School||140 E. 16th Avenue||2156-84||December 10, 1984||No||N/A||Now the Graham Expeditionary Middle School|
|CR-34||Felton School||920 Leonard Avenue||16-85||January 21, 1985||Yes, #84003677||May 31, 1984||Demolished, site pictured|
|CR-35||Columbia Larrimer Building||161-167 N. High Street||15-85||January 21, 1985||Yes, #83001967||August 12, 1983|
|CR-36||Valley Dale Ballroom||1590 Sunbury Road||500-85||March 19, 1985||Yes, #82001462||December 17, 1982|
|CR-37||Broad Street United Methodist Church||501 E. Broad Street||1187-85||June 18, 1985||Yes, #80002997||November 26, 1980|
|CR-38||Old Beechwold Historic District||Rathbone Ave, N. High St, Baumont, and the Olentangy River||1550-85||August 1, 1985||Yes, boundaries the same, #87001146||September 22, 1987|
|CR-39||Iuka Ravine Historic District||Waldeck, E. Lane, Northwood, Summit, 19th Ave and 20th Ave||1551-85||August 1, 1985||Yes, boundaries differ, #86001023||May 8, 1986|
|CR-40||Harrison House and Sullivant Land Office||570 W. Broad Street||1552-85||August 1, 1985||Yes, #72001010, #73001439||December 15, 1972|
|CR-41||Old Oaks Historic District||Will, Mooberry, Kimball and Branger||2324-86||September 23, 1986||No||N/A|
|CR-42||Hamilton Park Historic District||Bounded by E. Long St, N. Garfield Ave, Avon Ct, and I-70||3079-86||January 29, 1987||Yes, boundaries the same, #83001968||July 28, 1983|
|CR-43||Indianola Forest Historic District||Pearl St, north side of E. Lane Ave, Summit St, Indianola and E. Frambes Aves||3080-86||January 29, 1987||No||N/A|
|CR-44||Bryden Road District||Bryden Rd between Parsons Ave and the railroad||1968-87||March 20, 1990||Yes, within Columbus Near East Side NR District, #78002063||May 19, 1978|
|CR-45||Northwood Park Historic District||E. Northwood and E. Oakwood Aves, between N. High St and Indianola Ave||90-89||February 8, 1989||No||N/A|
|CR-46||New Indianola Historic District||4th St, north side of Chittenden, railroad, Rant Ave and 6th Ave||2344-87||December 8, 1987||Yes, boundaries the same, #85000947||April 30, 1985|
|CR-47||South High Commercial Historic District||S. High St, E. Main St, Pearl and E. Mound St||2343-87||December 8, 1987||Yes, boundaries the same, #83004301||December 29, 1983|
|CR-48||21st & E. Broad Historic Group||E. Broad west of 21st St||527-88||March 15, 1988||Yes, within E. Broad St. Multiple Resources NR District, #64000619|
|CR-49||18th & E. Broad Historic District||E. Broad St at 18th St||528-88||March 15, 1988||Yes, within E. Broad St. Multiple Resources NR District, #64000619|
|CR-50||Central High School||75 S. Washington Blvd.||1451-91||July 5, 1991||Yes, #85000484||March 7, 1985|
|CR-51||Seneca Hotel||361 E. Broad Street||2085-91||October 1, 1991||Yes, #83004300||December 29, 1983|
|CR-52||Engine House #7||27 Euclid Avenue||2313-94||November 8, 1994||No||N/A|
|CR-53||Ohio Moline Plow Bldg.||343 N. Front Street||3062-97||December 16, 1997||Yes, #99000701||June 10, 1999|
|CR-54||North High School||100 Arcadia Avenue||2173-00||October 23, 2000||Yes, #87000984||July 2, 1987|
|CR-55||Northmoor Engine House / Station #19||3601 N. High Street||2033-2003||September 24, 2003||No||N/A|
|CR-56||Deardurff House / Franklinton P.O.||72 S. Gift Street||1446-01||September 18, 2001||Yes, #73001435||March 20, 1973|
|CR-57||Southwood Elementary School||1500 S. Fourth Street||0937-02||June 25, 2002||No||N/A|
|CR-58||Richard Berry Jr. House||324 E. North Broadway||312-2006||February 7, 2006||Yes, #05000754||July 27, 2005|
|CR-59||Barrett Middle School (South High School)||345 E. Deshler Avenue||1695-2006||September 25, 2006||Yes, #15000561||November 1, 2015|
|CR-60||St. Mark's Masonic Temple No. 7 of the Prince Hall Free & Accepted Masons||988 E. Long Street||542-2009||March 31, 2009||No||N/A|
|CR-61||Reeb Avenue Elementary School||280 E. Reeb Avenue||1798-2013||July 22, 2013||No||N/A|
|CR-62||Citizens Savings & Trust Company / The Ohio National Bank||51 N. High Street||2191-2013||September 23, 2013||No||N/A||Now known as The Citizens|
|CR-63||1379 N. High Street Apartment Building||1379 N. High Street||2192-2013||September 23, 2013||No||N/A|
|CR-64||The Hamlet||138-166 E. Fifth Avenue / 1193-1195 Hamlet Street||2193-2013||September 23, 2013||Yes, #15000040||February 23, 2015|
|CR-65||United States Carriage Company||309-319 S. Fourth Street||2236-2014||September 29, 2014||Yes, #15000325||June 8, 2015|
|CR-66||Jeffrey Manufacturing Company Office Building||224 E. 1st Avenue||2260-2015||September 21, 2015||Yes, #01000379||April 12, 2001|
|CR-67||Old Airport Terminal||4920 E. 5th Avenue||2261-2015||September 21, 2015||Yes, #79001839||July 26, 1979|
|CR-68||Lubal Manufacturing & Distributing Company||373-375 W. Rich Street||2262-2015||September 21, 2015||Yes, #16000459||July 19, 2016|
|CR-69||Gale House Condominiums||136 N. Grant Avenue / 360 E. Long Street||2263-2015||September 21, 2015||No||N/A|
|CR-70||Columbus Dispatch Building||34 S. Third Street||3108-2016||December 12, 2016||No||N/A|
|CR-71||McClure-Nesbitt Motor Company||1505 E. Main Street||1494-2017||July 12, 2017||No||N/A|
|CR-72||Gilbert Hamilton House||290 Cliffside Drive||1733-2018||July 9, 2018||Yes, #89000175||December 16, 1992|
|CR-73||E.O. Snyder Grocer||1223 E. Main Street||0965-2018||April 2, 2018||No||N/A|
|CR-74||The Clifton||1233 E. Main Street||0966-2018||April 2, 2018||No||N/A|
|CR-75||Dan's Drive-In||1881 S. High Street||1734-2018||July 9, 2018||No||N/A|
|CR-76||The Standard Building||174 E. Long Street||0702-2019||March 18, 2019||Yes, #100004597||October 28, 2019|
|CR-77||Winder's Motor Sales Co. Building||182 E. Long Street||0703-2019||March 18, 2019||Yes, #100004542||October 18, 2019|
|CR-78||Baptist General Association Headquarters||48 Parkwood Avenue||1936-2019||July 31, 2019||Yes, #100005845||December 3, 2020|
|CR-79||Market-Mohawk Center||250 E. Town Street||0669-2020||April 23, 2020||Yes, #100005454||August 24, 2020|
|CR-80||Ford Motor Company - Columbus Assembly Plant||427 Cleveland Avenue||0508-2021||March 11, 2021||Yes, #100006229||March 15, 2021|
|CR-81||West High School||120 S. Central Avenue||0371-2022||February 14, 2022||Yes, #100008068||N/A|
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