The mission of the Raleigh Historic Development Commission is to identify, preserve, protect, and promote Raleigh’s historic resources.
David Weaver made Raleigh swing in the 1930s and 1940s. Weaver managed the dance hall in the Masonic Temple at 427 S.
This two-story brick house was built in the Georgian Revival style in the side yard of the Hawkins-Hartness House for Mrs. Hawkins's niece, Martha Hawkins Bailey.
Wakestone was the home of Josephus Daniels, editor of the Raleigh News & Observer (1894-1933); Secretary of the Navy (1913-21) under President Woodrow Wilson; and Ambassador to Mexico (1933-41)
The Andrews-London House is a fine example of the Georgian Revival style. Designed by James A.
Built by physician and business leader Lemuel Thackara Delany of the distinguished Delany family of Raleigh and his wife, Saint Augustine's College instructor Julia Amaza (Brown) Delany, this histo
Designed in the Beaux Arts style, this structure is the first urban high-rise apartment building erected in Raleigh.
Located on the southeast corner of Pace and Blount Streets, this house embodies the distinctive early twentieth-century Prairie style of architecture developed by Frank Lloyd Wright and characteriz
Designed by architect Harry P. S. Keller, the Dr. Z. M.
This imposing Neoclassical frame house features a two-story columned portico, beveled-glass window detailing, and a symmetrical composition.
The Thompson house is one of several remaining dwellings from the once-grand residential corridor that extended along Hillsborough Street from the Capitol west to Oberlin Road.
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Raleigh Historic Landmarks (RHLs)
City Council designated two new landmarks on July 1 and scheduled a joint public hearing between Raleigh City Council and RHDC which has been deferred until September 2 at 7:00 p.m. to hear public comments regarding another historic landmark application....READ MORE
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Certificates of Appropriateness (COAs)
The City's new UDO took effect September 1. With that comes a few process changes for Major Work COA Applications and an updated application form. Check out the COA process page on the City's website for more information. New! Approved Minor Work applications available on City web portal here.