Ray Ott & Associates

Planning & Landscape Architecture

17 South Church Street
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382-3243
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Historic Preservation

South Wayne Historic District, National Register (1991)

South Wayne Historic District, National Register (1991)

Developed by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the South Wayne Historic District includes 316 contributing buildings in a residential area of Wayne. The majority of the dwellings were built between 1881 and 1930, and include notable examples of Shingle Style and Colonial Revival architecture, representing the work of Will Price, Horace Trumbauer, and several other...

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Central and West Norristown Historic Districts, National Register (1984)

Central and West Norristown Historic Districts, National Register (1984)

Central Norristown Historic District encompasses approximately 1,900 buildings in the central business district and surrounding residential areas of Norristown. Notable buildings include the Montgomery County Courthouse, Philadelphia and Western Railroad Station (1931), Scheidt Brewery, Montgomery County Jail, Y.M.C.A, Odd Fellows Hall, and a variety of...

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West Chester Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan (2011)

West Chester Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan (2011)

This plan was selected as an exceptional example of a preservation plan by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The plan evaluates the current state of historic preservation initiatives in the borough and recommends changes and new initiatives to help insure the protection of the borough’s built environment. The planning process involved an...

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