Status of Endangered Properties
The Richmond Hotel/Richmond Summit 744 Broad Street Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: The Richmond Summit has been owned by an out of town property management company for many years. Over time, original historic character defining features such as original windows, … Read more
SAVED: Jacob Phinizy House: 529 Greene Street, rehabilitation is well underway by 2KM Architects who will be using the historic house for their company offices. The white paint is being carefully stripped from the building in an effort to restore … Read more
2013 Endangered Properties List Owner: Haines Alumni Association Occupant: Richmond County Board of Education History and Significance: The Cauley-Wheeler Building, completed in 1924, is located in the center of the campus of Lucy C. Laney Comprehensive High School. This historic … Read more
SAVED!! The former Trinity Christian Methodist Episcopal Church has been moved to its new location across Taylor Street thanks to the Augusta Canal Authority and Hercules House Movers, Inc. Historic Augusta’s staff and members of the community joined the Canal … Read more
Altered: Pontiac Master Auto Service Building: 1027 Telfair Street, the original auto showroom space with curved glass windows was removed from the building.
2013 Endangered Properties List Owner: Richmond County Board of Education History and Significance: Over the last few years, we have collectively listed historic neighborhood schools now considered surplus by the Board of Education. This year we include the Joseph R. Lamar … Read more
Prontaut House 407 Telfair Street Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: This large house located in the Olde Town neighborhood near the Gordon Highway Overpass has suffered from neglect and deferred maintenance over the years. While it retains its historical integrity, … Read more
Endangered: Lyons-Callaghan House: 808-804 James Brown Boulevard, remains vacant, deteriorating, and faces strong development pressures from activity along the Ninth Street Corridor.
SAVED!! Historic Augusta is pleased that the revised site plan for the new IT building will no longer include the total demolition of the Court of Ordinary building. Only the northern additions will be removed, leaving the main building intact. … Read more
220 Greene Street Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: This large house located in the Olde Town neighborhood has suffered from deferred maintenance over the years. While it retains its historical integrity, those features can quickly deteriorate and the overall condition … Read more