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Hillyard Historic Business District

Hillyard Historic Business District

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 8/9/2002. Listed on the Spokane Register of Historic Places on 10/22/2003.

The Hillyard Historic Business District, commonly known as the “Market Street” District, is a contiguous façade of commercial block buildings erected between 1901 to 1948. The simple one and two-story buildings represent the construction, materials and design of early twentieth century commercial structures associated with a typical working-class town such as Hillyard, a community platted in 1892. In that same year the Great Northern Railroad began construction of its Western Regional Terminal Facility, and its huge rail yard and locomotive shops. With strong economic ties to activities and business generated by Great Northern, Hillyard continued to expand as the railroad prospered.

Contributing Properties

Diamond Avenue
3023 E Diamond Ave

Market Street
4912 N Market
4920-4926 N Market
5002 N Market
5003 N Market
5006 N Market
5008 N Market
5012 N Market
5015 N Market
5016 N Market
5021 N Market
5112 N Market
5202 N Market
5209 N Market
5215 N Market
5218 N Market
5220 N Market

Olympic Avenue
3108 E Olympic
3117 E Olympic

Spokane Historic Register Nomination (PDF)

National Historic Register Nomination (PDF)

District Map (PDF)