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 are subject to historic design review and 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.