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

Federal Building (Century Post Office)

Federal Building (Century Post Office)
Street Address: 
314 Fayetteville Street
Date: 
1874

First Baptist Church, 1859

First Baptist Church, 1859
Street Address: 
99 North Salisbury Street
Date: 
1859

First Baptist Church, 1904

First Baptist Church, 1904
Street Address: 
101 South Wilmington Street (Union Square)
Date: 
1904

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church
Street Address: 
112 South Salisbury Street
Date: 
1900

Free Church of the Good Shepherd

Free Church of the Good Shepherd
Street Address: 
110 South East Street
Date: 
1874

G. Dewey and Elma Arndt House

G. Dewey and Elma Arndt House
Street Address: 
1428 Canterbury Road
Date: 
1961

G. Milton Small and Associates Office Building

G. Milton Small and Associates Office Building
Street Address: 
105 Brooks Avenue
Date: 
1966

Garland Scott and Toler Moore Tucker House

Garland Scott and Toler Moore Tucker House
Street Address: 
414-418 North Person Street
Date: 
1914

Glenwood Fire Station (Engine Company Number 4)

Glenwood Fire Station (Engine Company Number 4)
Street Address: 
505 Jefferson Street
Date: 
1924

Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Building

Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Building
Street Address: 
115 East Hargett Street
Date: 
ca. 1880

Historic Overlay Districts (HODs)

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