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The List: 10 Most Endangered Buildings in Columbus

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega The List: 10 Most Endangered Buildings in ColumbusThe five new buildings on this year's Most Endangered Buildings List.
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For the fourth year in a row, Columbus Landmarks has compiled a list of historic, neglected, dilapidated buildings on the verge of demolition or irreparable damage. The list, created to raise awareness around the city’s endangered historic sites, features 10 buildings: five that are new to this year’s list, and five from the list released in 2016.

New endangered buildings include:

Clinton Chapel (1838)
Columbus Castings/Buckeye Steel (1902)
Cooper Stadium (1932)
Hallwood House (1895)
Livingston Avenue Theatre (1946)

Endangered buildings returning from last year’s list include:

Elam Drake Farm (1850s)
Holy Rosary Roman Catholic High School (1928)
Ohio National Bank (1914)
Edward C. Mills Second Empire House (1890s)
Mount Vernon Avene Commercial Building (1900)

The eight properties removed from last year’s list include:

The Pavey Block (1904)
Poindexter Village — Two Remaining Buildings (1940)
North Franklin Elementary School (1920)
Original Port Columbus Terminal (1929)
Indianola Junior High School (1929)
Columbus Railway Power & Light (1915)
Macon Lounge (1888)
Pilgrim Elementary School (1922)

For more information, visit columbuslandmarks.org.

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