Haymarket Historic District

Haymarket Historic District

Development began in the Haymarket district as early as the 1830s and was spurred by the construction of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad Depot in 1870. The district became a hub for retail, wholesaling and light manufacturing. It was the business center for the Geman community. The Desenberg Block at 251 East Michigan Avenue is Michigan's only surviving example of the work of Chicago architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan.
photo of Haymarket Historic District

Registered Site L2098
Erected 2001

Location: 258-260 East Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County

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Commercial Buildings
Historic Districts

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Latitude: 42.292063, Longitude: -85.580866

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