Vine Area Historic District
The Vine Area Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places on 16 August 1983. The district is roughly bounded by S. Rose, S. Westnedge, W. Walnut and Ranney Streets. Covering 333 acres, the district contains 171 buildings
In addition to being listed as a national historic district, the Vine Area also enjoys local historic district status. The national district is centered within the local district which is considerably larger, roughly bounded by Davis, Cedar, Burdick and Pioneer Streets.
Please see this presentation from Lynn Houghton for more information regarding the architecture of the Vine Area Historic District.
Please see this presentation from Sharon Ferraro more information regarding the history of the Vine Area Historic District.
National Register Information
The following information reflects the manner in which Henderson Park–West Main Hill Historic District is categorized by the National Register of Historic Places.
- Greek Revival
- Late Victorian
Period of Significance:
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Prominent Buildings and Structures
- Howard Chenery Auditorium
- Cosmo’s Cucina
- Justus Burdick House
Compiled by Patrick Jouppi, Kalamazoo Public Library Staff, June 2010
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