National Register Listings

The Trust for Architectural Easements works in support of area residents and business leaders’ efforts to preserve their neighborhoods and landmark buildings. The Trust for Architectural Easements helps these owners and residents obtain a historic designation for these important neighborhoods and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. This is an important first step in the Trust’s mission of protecting these historic neighborhoods ensuring that these neighborhoods will remain a sought-after destination both to live and to visit for a long time to come. For more information on listing your historic building or neighborhood on the National Register, please contact the Trust. In addition to supporting National Register Districts, the Trust has also worked with to have local historic districts listed as Certified Historic Districts. A Certified Historic District is a state or local historic district that has been certified by the Secretary of the Interior. Click on the links below to learn more about the historic districts and buildings that the Trust has helped to list in the National Register.