Newport News Downtown Historic District

Located at the southern end of the city, the Newport News Downtown Historic District exemplifies nearly 100 years of historical change and growth during the urban renewal movement, which reached […]

Walker-Wilkins-Bloxom Warehouse Historic District

Among the few remaining structures along the once thriving 23rd Street “warehouse row ”in the city of Newport News, the Walker-Wilkins-Bloxom Warehouse Historic District consists of three Industrial Commercial-style buildings. […]

Basic Construction Building

The Virginia Engineering Company, later the Basic Construction Company, was one of the one hundred largest construction companies in the United States and was a significant builder in the eastern […]

Light Stations of the United States MPD

This Multiple Property Documentation (MPD) Form facilitates the nomination to the registers of light stations in the United States. Today nearly 250 lighthouses in the United States are accessible to […]

Temple Sinai

Temple Sinai in Newport News is locally significant as the first and only Reform synagogue on the Virginia Peninsula (one of three major movements in modern Judaism). Designed by architect […]

Lee Hall Depot

Lee Hall Depot, located in the City of Newport News, was erected circa 1881 on the Chesapeake & Ohio rail line. The depot gave rise to the village of Lee […]

Noland Company Building

The Noland Company Building in the city of Newport News is significant for its association with the region’s commercial history. Built in 1920, the building originally housed the Granby Phonograph […]

First Baptist Church, Newport News

First Baptist Church, located in the Newport News Downtown Historic District, was constructed in 1902 and, after it burned in 1906, was rebuilt in 1907 using the original plans. The […]

Greenlawn Cemetery

Greenlawn Cemetery is significant both for its landscape architecture and for its Civil War association. Builders chose the site along the border of the cities of Hampton and Newport News […]

Davis and Kimpton Brickyard

Within the limits of Fort Eustis is the site of a late 19th- and early 20th-century industrial complex where bricks were manufactured from local clay. The site was purchased in […]