Our Mission

The mission of the Raleigh Historic Development Commission is to identify, preserve, protect, and promote Raleigh’s historic resources.

Early Development, Prior to 1830, Antebellum and Civil War Period, 1831-1865, Late Nineteenth Century,1866-1899, Early Twentieth Century, 1900-1945, Late Twentieth Century, 1946-1999, Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Institutional

Displaying All Landmarks

Displaying Landmarks For All Types

Displaying Landmarks For All Periods

Andrew Johnson House

Andrew Johnson House
Street Address: 
1 Mimosa Street (Mordecai Historic Park)
Date: 
Before 1808

Andrews-Duncan House

Andrews-Duncan House
Street Address: 
407 North Blount Street
Date: 
1874

Andrews-London House

Andrews-London House
Street Address: 
301 North Blount Street
Date: 
1918

Arkansas Delaware and Vermont Connecticut Royster Confectioners Building

Arkansas Delaware and Vermont Connecticut Royster Confectioners Building
Street Address: 
207 Fayetteville Street
Date: 
ca. 1865 with alterations ca. 1892 and 2000

Atwater-Perry House

Atwater-Perry House
Street Address: 
904 East Hargett Street
Date: 
1898-1899; ca. 1922

Badger-Iredell Law Office

Badger-Iredell Law Office
Street Address: 
1 Mimosa Street (Mordecai Historic Park)
Date: 
ca. 1810

Bailey-Bunn House

Bailey-Bunn House
Street Address: 
302 North Blount Street
Date: 
1922

Borden Building

Borden Building
Street Address: 
Fletcher Park
Date: 
1900

Boylan Apartments

Boylan Apartments
Street Address: 
817 Hillsborough Street
Date: 
1935

Briggs Hardware Building

Briggs Hardware Building
Street Address: 
220 Fayetteville Street
Date: 
1874

Historic Overlay Districts (HODs)

Oberlin Village was designated a General Historic Overlay District (HOD-G) on February 6, 2018.  READ MORE