Added to the National Register of Historic Places September 20, 2019.
The Foley Downtown Historic District, in Foley, Alabama, is a historic district which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. The district was amended by a boundary decrease listing in 2012, and a boundary increase in 2019.
Boundaries originally encompassed parts of Alston, N. and S. McKenzie, U.S. Route 98, E. and W. Laurel, Myrtle, Rose, and W. Orange until a boundary decrease of June 4, 2012
The original listing included 29 contributing buildings and one contributing site on 230.6 acres (93.3 ha). It included:
Location: Parts of Alston, N & S McKenzie, AL 98, E & W Laurel, Myrtle, Rose, and W. Orange
Architects who have one or more works in the district include Frank Lockwood and Warren, Knight & Davis.
Architecture: Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, et al. Historic function: Domestic; Commerce/trade; Government; Social; Religion; Industry/processing/extraction; Health Care Historic subfunction: Single Dwelling; Hotel; Specialty Store; Warehouse; Restaurant; City Hall; Meeting Hall Criteria: event, architecture/engineering
Foley Downtown Historic District (Boundary Decrease) Location: Parts of Alston, McKenzie, N. & S. Laurel & W. Orange Sts. Date added: June 4, 2012
It includes one or more works by architect Frank Lockwood.
Historic function: Government; Commerce/trade; Health Care; Recreation And Culture; Domestic; Landscape Historic subfunction: Post Office; Specialty Store; Hospital; Auditorium; Park; Single Dwelling; Business Criteria: event, event, architecture/engineering, architecture/engineering Number of acres: 19.4 Number of contributing buildings: 28 Number of contributing sites: 1(read more...)
National Park Service documentation: https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/100003122