Historic Districts and Landmarks eligible for listing on the State and National Registers of Historic Places
The list was culled from the Triangle Neighborhood Historic Resources Intensive Level Survey -- but it is not an official part of the survey.
"Eligible" means that the State Historic Preservation Office has determined that, the property(ies) meets the criteria for a listing on the State Register of Historic Places. Of course, to become listed on the Register, a nomination would have to submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office."
Triangle neighborhood boundaries:
- Northern boundary - Cazenovia Creek
- Southern boundary - Amber Street
- Eastern boundary - South Park Avenue and Southside Parkway.
- Western boundary - Hopkins Street, Lilac Street, and the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad line incorporate the original Abbott Road and South Park Avenue
"Eligible" (potential) Thematic Resource
- Crystal Street holds a large number of intact single-family "kit" houses modeled on the bungalow style.
"Eligible" (Potential) Individual Properties
- 3 Heussy Street "kit" house
- 35 Heussy Street
- 102 Macamley Street
- St. Jude's Church Episcopal Church at 124 Macamley Street
- Holy Family Roman Catholic Church Complex at northwest corner of South Park Avenue and Tifft Street
- South Park Baptist Church at 187 Southside Parkway
- South Park Theatre at 1770 South Park Avenue
- 83-87 Abbott Road