Wausau Wisconsin

Planning

April 25, 2017

Designation Of Local Historic Landmarks In Wausau Under Chapter 2.82 Of The Wausau Municipal Code

Date Designated - Address - Name or Nature of Landmark

  1. 05-13-94, 309 McClellan Street, Wausau Club
  2. 07-14-94, 403 McIndoe Street, Cyrus Yawkey House (Marathon County Historical Society)
  3. 05-09-95, 215 West Thomas Street, Old Engine #4 Fire House
  4. 05-09-95, 529 North Third Street, Stone Hearth Bakery
  5. 05-09-95, 114 Grand Avenue, Elmergreen Building
  6. 12-08-98, 317 North First Street, Federal Building
  7. 12-14-99, 812 Grant Street, Lyman Thayer House
  8. 03-14-00, 621 North 2nd Street, St. James Catholic Church
  9. 03-14-00, 408 Seymour Street, St. Mary's Catholic Church
  10. 03-14-00, 324 East Wausau Avenue, Athletic Park Granite Wall and Front Entrance
  11. 03-28-00, 708 Fulton Street, 1936 Portion of Wausau East High School
  12. 12-11-01, 209 Washington Street, Former Chicago-Northwestern Railroad Depot
  13. 01-12-02, 720 Grant Street, Former Milwaukee Road Depot
  14. 06-11-02, 502 McClellan Street, St. Stephen Lutheran Church
  15. 02-24-04, 500 River Drive, Oak Island Park Field House (Shelter)
  16. 10-10-06, 904 Grand Avenue, Duey Wright House
  17. 08-14-07, 1224 Highland Park Boulevard, Charles Manson House
  18. 03-11-08, 1201 Stewart Avenue, Marathon Park Exhibition Building, Judging Pavilion & Cattle Barns 1 & 2
  19. 10-13-09, 915 Grand Avenue, Nathan Orr House
  20. 10-13-09, 912 Grand Avenue, Louis Marchetti House
  21. 04-13-10, 1201 Stewart Avenue, Big Kitchen & Stone Entrance Structures of Marathon Park
  22. 04-13-10, 1221 Sumner Street, Stone Shelter Structure of Pleasant View Park
  23. 04-13-10, 600 Island, Barker Stewart Island
  24. 04-13-10, 407 Grant Street, Wausau City Hall

Designation Of Local Historic Districts In Wausau Under Chapter 2.82 Of The Wausau Municipal Code

Date Designated - Name - Location of Historic District Designated

  1. 04-08-97, Creation of Class II Downtown Historic District (34 properties)
  2. 04-13-99, Expansion of Downtown Historic District (65 properties)
  3. 12-18-12, Creation of Class II Andrew Warren Historic District (59 properties)
  4. 05-14-13, Creation of Class II Easthill Residential Historic District (163 properties)

Prepared by: Brad Lenz, City Planner
Last Revised: September 10, 2013