Uptown Landmark Districts
City of Chicago Landmark Districts:
Dover Street District
Designated in 2007, the Dover Street District is the result of years of community organizing to secure the designation. These buildings are noted for their architecture, building materials, and craftsmanship that were built between 1983 and 1927. Designed to take advantage of newly-built commuter train service 1890s, the development allowed professionals to maintain their city jobs while enjoying a suburban-like living.
Hutchinson Street District
Hutchinson is recognized as containing “one of the city’s best collections of Prairie-style residences” Many of these designed by noted architect George W. Maher. The district’s includes Prairie-style designs and other historical styles such as Classical Revival, Queen Anne, and Richardsonian Romanesque, providing a perspective on the changes that took place in residential architecture between 1890 and 1920.
National Register of Historic Places Districts: