Eligible properties in Phoenix may be listed on two different historic registers - the Phoenix Historic Property Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Although the process for listing properties differs for each register, the eligibility criteria (PDF) are the same.
- Listing a Property on the Phoenix Historic Property Register
In Phoenix, properties listed on the Phoenix Historic Property Register receive Historic Preservation (HP) or Historic Preservation-Landmark (HP-L) overlay zoning from the Phoenix City Council. Properties listed on the Phoenix Historic Property Register may be eligible for historic preservation incentives. To determine whether a property is eligible for listing on the Phoenix Historic Property Register, it is important to thoroughly research the property and evaluate its historic significance. Helpful documents are listed below:
- Downtown Phoenix Area Historic Properties
See links below for a guide to historic properties in the area bounded by 7th Avenue to 7th Street, McDowell to Buckeye Roads.