Midtown Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)


Midtown Historic District (Mobile, Alabama)
Midtown Historic District
Midtown Historic District (Mobile, Alabama) is located in Alabama
Location: MobileAlabama
Coordinates: 30°40′59.82″N 88°5′19.44″W / 30.6832833°N 88.0887333°W / 30.6832833; -88.0887333Coordinates: 30°40′59.82″N 88°5′19.44″W / 30.6832833°N 88.0887333°W / 30.6832833; -88.0887333
Architectural style: Greek Revival, Queen Anne, late Victorian, Spanish Colonial Revival
Governing body: Multiple
NRHP Reference#: 01001293[1]
Added to NRHP: 29 November 2001[2][1]

The Midtown Historic District is a historic district in the city of Mobile, Alabama, United States. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on 29 November 2001.[2] It is roughly bounded by Taylor Avenue, Government Street, Houston Street, Kenneth Street, Springhill Avenue, and Florida Street.[1] The district covers 4,670 acres (18.9 km2) and contains 1270 contributing buildings. The majority of the contributing buildings range in age from the 1880s to the 1950s and cover a wide variety of architectural styles.[1]

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Examples of architecture within the Midtown Historic District:

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