The List: 8 Most Endangered Buildings of 2019
The Columbus Landmarks organization announced its annual list of Most Endangered Sites in Central Ohio, shining a spotlight on buildings that could potentially face the wrecking ball if not for continued historic preservation efforts.
New buildings on the list this year include the Kroger Bakery facility at 457 Cleveland Ave., which recently closed, and the King & High block, which recently saw some redevelopment proposals that included some demolition of existing structures.
The full list of buildings, sites and addresses include:
457 Cleveland Ave., Columbus, OH 43215
Owned by The Kroger Company
White Haines, Commercial Building, Madison’s
72, 78, 80-84 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43215
Owned by The Day Companies
1000 Greenlawn Ave., Columbus, OH 43223
Owned by Green Lawn Cemetery
366 N. 20th St., Columbus, OH 43203
Owned by Yhezkel Levi, Z on Main LLC
1312 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43205
Owned by Eli Adahan
West Side Spiritualist Church
79 McDowell St., Columbus, OH 43215
Owned by the City of Columbus
Beck Street School
387 E. Beck St., Columbus, OH 43206
Owned by Columbus City Schools
King & High Block
SW Corner of King Avenue and High Street
All photos via Columbus Landmarks.
For more information, visit www.columbuslandmarks.org.