|Washington Ave Historic District|
Historic Landmarks Foundation Top 10
Deterioration from neglect, vandalism, and inappropriate renovations. Entire district needs revitalization.
|Cook, Henry Residence|
Home of one of the owners of Cook's beer is architecturally significant. Threatened by encroaching commercial development and deterioration. Sympathetic owner needed.
|Greyhound Bus Terminal|
A nationally renown Art Modern style building. The color, architecture, and running dogs epitomize the Depression era. The station is no longer used. We are concerned about this time of transition, especially as this site is one of the possible locations for the arena.
|Geiger Moving & Storage|
National Register Building possibly considered for demolition for arena. Historic importance of this building needs to be considered in deciding where to locate the arena.
1938 Art Modern style W.P.A. building in danger from neglect. We continue to hope there will be a use for it.
|General Cigar Company|
Historic factory placed on the National Register in 2000. Stadium plans could threaten the building whose importance should not be overlooked.
A stylish 1914 apartment building. It, along with the converted Victorian home adjacent, are the only "abandoned" buildings left in the Preservation area.
|Fire Alarm Station|
A neglected building in a building in a neighborhood attention. A compatible use is needed for this key piece of our Fire Department heritage.
One of Evansville's oldest theaters. Restoration has stalled and needs community support.
|Harmony Way Bridge|
Truss bridge in New Harmony (Posey County) is threatened by poor maintenance.