This page contains before and after photos of any historic buildings that are located outside major East Side communities or neighborhoods.
Only buildings built before 1930 are included. Click on any photo for a larger image.
**Last Updated: 9/12/2019.
Existing Historic Buildings
1. Marie Horlocker House: 2214 Barrymore Avenue: 1928
1. Mixed-Use Building: 926 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1910: The building was originally a single-family home, but has been modified several times, including to remove the front additions in 2014.
2. Mixed-Use Building: 946 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1910
1. Retail Building: 870-872 E. 5th Avenue: 1927
2. Harry Schmidt House: 924 E. 5th Avenue: 1925
3. Residential Building: 2080-2090 E. 5th Avenue: 1929
4. Mary Robbins House: 2223-2225 E. 5th Avenue: 1924
5. Willis Spotts House: 2229-2231 E. 5th Avenue: 1926
6. William Nicholson House: 2249 E. 5th Avenue: 1922
1. Frederick Song House: 613 E. 4th Avenue: 1920
2. Leroy Gibson House: 625 E. 4th Avenue: 1922
3. Ellen O’Reilly House: 631 E. 4th Avenue: 1922
4. John Stoddart House: 637-639 E. 4th Avenue: 1915
5. Residential House: 652 E. 4th Avenue: 1915
6. Guiseppe Notturniano House: 855-857 E. 4th Avenue: 1923
7. Residential House: 900-902 E. 4th Avenue: 1926
Noe Bixby Road
1. Eli Noe House: 2829 Noe Bixby Road: 1920
1. Stanley Buyko House: 2948 E. 7th Avenue: 1926
1. Earle Hoopman House: 1084 Sidney Street: 1926
2. John Shirley House: 1088 Sidney Street: 1920
3. Maggie Carson House: 1112 Sidney Street: Around 1915
4. Maria Schirtzinger House: 1116 Sidney Street: 1919
5. Richard Conrad House: 1141 Sidney Street: 1918
6. Charles Wood House: 1176 Sidney Street: 1928
7. Residential House: 1188 Sidney Street: 1929
1. Nellie Camden House: 2750 E. 6th Avenue: Around 1900
Demolished Historic Buildings
1. Mixed-Use Building: 936-940 Cleveland Avenue: 1926-1981: Demolished for unknown reasons. The site has been vacant ever since.
2. Mixed-Use Building: 1068-1070 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1925-2002: Demolished to build the fast food outlet that still exists.
3. Miles Mayhugh House: 1150 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1910-1981: and David Jenkins House: 1154 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1910-1981: Btoh seemed to have been demolished due to condition. The sites have been vacant since demolition.
4. Residential Building: 1173 Cleveland Avenue: 1924-2015: Demolished due to poor condition. The site remains vacant.
5. Oclid Roberts House: 1183 Cleveland Avenue: 1921-2012: Demolished due to poor condition.
6. Christopher Shoemaker House: 1192 Cleveland Avenue: 1849-1962 : Had the home sat closer to Cleveland Avenue instead of far back, it may have survived. Unfortunately, it stood in the way of I-71 and the location is essentially where the highway is now, behind the sound barrier in the recent photo.
1. Residential House: 625 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1910-1967: Demolished for a new business. Today the site is mostly parking.
2. Residential House: 699 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1910-1962: Demolished to build I-71.
3. Residential House: 724 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1900-1962: Demolished to build I-71.
4. Residential House: 759-761 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1900-1962: Demolished to build I-71.
5. Residential House: 801 E. 5th Avenue: 1925-1962: Demolished to build a gas station. Today the site is fast food.
6. Residential Houses: 802-808 E. 5th Avenue: Both between 1900-1905 to 1970: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site is still vacant.
7. Residential House: 807 E. 5th Avenue: 1925-1962: Demolished for a gas station.
8. Residential House: 869-871 E. 5th Avenue: 1924-2015: Unknown reasons for demolition.
9. Residential House 905 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1920-1961: Unknown reasons for demolition. The lot remains vacant.
10. Residential House: 2198 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1925-1976: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site is now green space.
11. Residential House: 2202 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1925-1976: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site is now green space.
12. Residential House: 2218 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1925-1976: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site is now green space.
13. William Eckenrode House: 2239 E. 5th Avenue: Around 1900-1975: Demolished for a parking lot for the adjacent church.
1. William Haines House: 622 E. 4th Avenue: Around 1910-1992: Demolished to build another house on the site, which still exists.
2. Emmet Dow House: 659-661 E. 4th Avenue: Around 1920-1975: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site didn’t have another house until 2003.
3. Gertrude Stephens House: 816-818 E. 4th Avenue: 1923-2018: Demolition presumably due to condition. A new house was completed there in 2019. No updated photo of the new home exists yet.
1. Mike Solazzo House: 933 N. Loew Street: 1924-1982: Unknown reasons for demolition, but may have been for a business expansion. The site is mostly used for parking.
1. Residential House: 1097 Sidney Street: 1920-1962: Demolished to make way for I-71, though the site itself does not sit in the highway’s path.
2. Kelly Coleman House: 1111-1113 Sidney Street: 1919-1998: Unknown reasons for demolition. The site remains vacant.