The Historic Preservation Office (HPO) has just released their review of the application for the Proposed Kingman Park Historic District. The updated boundaries recommended by HPO reflect some of the important community feedback from the Langston Civic Association and other nearby groups.
You can read the full report below that evaluates the application by the Kingman Park Civic Association (KPCA). The report addresses both the substantive proposal and related procedural and planning concerns.
First, the report analyzes the historical and architectural significance of the proposed historic district under the written criteria for designation used by the Historic Preservation Review Board and the National Register of Historic Places.
Secondly, the report looks at the proposed boundaries, the period of significance, building integrity, and other issues raised by the nomination. Then it addresses public involvement and planning considerations, and finally, it presents recommendations for the Review Board to consider at its meeting on January 25, 2018.
A public hearing regarding the historic district nomination is scheduled for January 25, 2018 at 441 4th Street NW (One Judiciary Square), Room 220 South.
Learn more about the Proposed Historic District
Read the Full Report.
View the Applicant's requested boundaries and HPO's recommended boundaries below: