Help Make Preservation a Priority!

Columbus Landmarks is a dedicated group advocating for the
preservation of historic architecture, adaptive reuse of
old buildings, and new design excellence throughout Greater Columbus

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SIP & SAVE Happy Hour

• February 26, 2020
• 6:00pm – 8:00pm
• Parsons North Brewery, 685 Parsons Ave

Meet up with experts from our Home Preservation Program and fellow rehabbers to share experiences – good & bad! Drinks are on your own tab, but snacks are on us. What projects are you working on/dreaming about? What problems have you encountered? What tips & tricks do you have for others? What workshops would you like to see HPP host in the future? Stop by and bring your friends & neighbors! No registration necessary.


LATEST NEWS

2019 MOST ENDANGERED SITES

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The Broadwin

2019 Most Endangered Buildings The Broadwin Year Built: 1924 Address:1312 ...

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Hayden Mausoleum

2019 Most Endangered Buildings Hayden Mausoleum Year Built: 1920 Address: 1000 Green ...

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Kroger Bakery

2019 Most Endangered Sites KROGER BAKERY Year Built: 1914 Address: 457 ...

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Macon Hotel

2019 Most Endangered Buildings Macon Lounge Year Built: 1888 Address: ...


ENDANGERED BUILDING MAP

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2018 MOST ENDANGERED BUILDINGS

We're raising funds to help preserve our architectural heritage so that our great and growing city never becomes an anyplace!

About Landmarks

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Together we can make a difference

MISSION: Columbus Landmarks advocates for, promotes and preserves Columbus landmarks and neighborhoods.
HISTORY: Columbus Landmarks was founded in 1977 by a dedicated group of historic preservationists and local residents who were committed to preserving Columbus’ architectural heritage.
TODAY: Since that time, Landmarks has played an integral role in educating the community, encouraging responsible public and private sector enhancement of historic areas and structures, and promoting the highest standards in the design and construction of new buildings and spaces. Our membership includes 1,000 individuals and corporations who remain devoted to Landmarks’ mission and vision.

Honoring excellence in urban design of historic & new buildings architecture through the James B. Recchie Design ...

Advocating for our historic neighborhoods is part of our mission. Love where you live? Join us.

Your participation in Columbus Landmarks helps preserve our city’s historic architecture and raises the bar for new ...