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The Atlas Reborn

Columbus Landmarks will celebrate the rebirth of The Atlas Building and honor Mayor Michael B....

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Summer Tours & Events

Join us and explore Columbus through its neighborhoods rich with architectural details and history....

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2015 Most Endangered Buildings Announced

At its May 15 Annual Meeting, Columbus Landmarks announced its 2nd Annual Most Endangered Buildings...

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New Weekly CityWalks Tours

Columbus Landmarks is pleased to offer weekly guided walking tours of downtown Columbus every...

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African American Landmarks Preservation Initiative Report Published

The Report of the African American Landmark Preservation Initiative (AALPI) is published and...

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Columbus Landmarks Bookstore

Give the gifts your friends, family and clients will love with the added benefit of supporting...

  • The Atlas Reborn

    Columbus Landmarks will celebrate the rebirth of The Atlas Building and honor Mayor Michael B. Coleman at The Atlas Reborn on Thursday, July 16 from 5:30-8 p.m. Designed by Columbus master architect Frank Packard, The Atlas Building at the corner of Long and High Streets opened in 1905. The Atlas Reborn Thursday, July 16  5:30-8 […]

    Posted on June 26, 2015 0 comments
  • Summer Tours & Events

    Join us and explore Columbus through its neighborhoods rich with architectural details and history. We’re starting our summer tour series in Old North Columbus Taverns and continue the adventure with walking tours of the North Market, German Village, Hungarian Village, Rush Creek, Sellsville/University City, and Union Cemetery. By bus, we’ll tour our Most Endangered Buildings […]

    Posted on June 17, 2015 0 comments
  • 2015 Most Endangered Buildings Announced

    At its May 15 Annual Meeting, Columbus Landmarks announced its 2nd Annual Most Endangered Buildings List. The list features 14 buildings at risk of demolition, destruction or irreparable damage. These historic buildings and sites contribute not only to Columbus history, but also to the character of the community. The buildings were identified and nominated by […]

    Posted on May 14, 2015 0 comments
  • Congratulations Preservation Award Winners!

    Columbus Landmarks bestowed the following Preservation Awards at its 2015 Annual Meeting, held at the historic St. Paul AME Church on May 14: James L. Keyes President’s Award Georgetta Lake, for her work to preserve and restore the Theresa Building, 821-827 E. Long Street Henry L. Hunker Urban Legacy Award Friends of the Ravines, for […]

    Posted on May 14, 2015 0 comments
  • Art Walks & Landmark Talks Return in July

    They’re back! The very popular, hour-long, free guided tours of Columbus Public Health’s Columbus Art Walks return in July for seven weeks. The walks are designed to acquaint you with the Columbus Art Walk markers and mapping system, but also highlight history and architectural features in each neighborhood. Put on your walking shoes, bring a […]

    Posted on June 17, 2015 0 comments
  • Historic Preservation Tax Credit Moratorium Removed

    YOUR VOICE WAS HEARD! The proposed suspension of the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit program will be removed from the draft budget (HB64). Thank you to everyone who signed the petition and who wrote/called their senators! We submitted 1,426 signatures & 210 comments on June 12 to the Senate Finance Committee. The signatures were collected […]

    Posted on June 10, 2015 0 comments
  • New Weekly CityWalks Tours

    Columbus Landmarks is pleased to offer weekly guided walking tours of downtown Columbus every Saturday  through October. The 90-minute walking tours start at Broad and High, Columbus’ most historic intersection, and cover the architecture and stories of important highlights from the city’s frontier beginnings through its importance in the Civil War and into its modern-day […]

    Posted on April 29, 2015 0 comments
  • African American Landmarks Preservation Initiative Report Published

    The Report of the African American Landmark Preservation Initiative (AALPI) is published and available. AALPI researched and documented African American settlements in Columbus including Burnside Heights, Hanford Village, Flytown, Poindexter Village, and more. The goal of this initiative was to collaborate with existing and new preservation organizations and individuals, researchers, archivists, and others to research […]

    Posted on January 14, 2015 9 comments