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Category:Church Street Marketplace (Burlington, Vermont)

The Church Street Marketplace is an uncovered outdoor pedestrian shopping and dining mall in Burlington, Vermont consisting of the four blocks of Church Street between Main and Pearl Streets. The mall was initially conceived in 1958, and built in 1980-81 to a design by Carr & Lynch of New York City. It encompasses about 86 storefronts and is managed by the Church Street Marketplace Commission.

The mall is significantly co-extensive with the Church Street Historic District, which was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 2010, however several of the buildings located on Church Street – including City Hall, Ethan Allen Engine Co. No. 4, the Chittenden County Trust Company Building (#123), and the McAuliffe Building (#117) – are part of the City Hall Park Historic District, and two other buildings – the Masonic Temple (#1) and Richardson Place (#2) are part of the Head of Church Street Historic District. In addition, the Montgomery Ward Building (#52-54) is separately listed on the NRHP. (Source: [1])


This is a category about a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America. Its reference number is 09000915

Church Street Marketplace 
Church Street Marketplace Burlington Vermont looking north from Main Street.jpg
Instance of church
Location Burlington, United States of America
Inception 1981
Authority control

44° 28′ 41.52″ N, 73° 12′ 45.72″ W

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