Court Square Historic District (Springfield, Massachusetts)


Court Square Historic District (Springfield, Massachusetts)
Court Square Historic District
Court Square
Court Square Historic District (Springfield, Massachusetts) is located in Massachusetts
Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
Coordinates: 42°6′2″N 72°35′22″W / 42.10056°N 72.58944°W / 42.10056; -72.58944Coordinates: 42°6′2″N 72°35′22″W / 42.10056°N 72.58944°W / 42.10056; -72.58944
Built: 1812
Architect: Newman, Frederick S.; Pell, F. Livington & Corbett, Harvey W.
Architectural style: Classical Revival, Romanesque, Federal
Governing body: Local
NRHP Reference#:

74000370

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Added to NRHP: May 2, 1974

Court Square Historic District is a historic district bounded by Main, State, Broadway, Pynchon Streets and City Hall Place in Springfield, Massachusetts.

The district features Classical Revival, Romanesque and Federal architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

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