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This district is 4 and a half blocks long starting in the south at a point half way between Essex and Appleton Streets to in the north at Lyman Street. The best way to tour the street is by walking on the eastern sidewalk and looking at the western edge buildings from Essex Street to Lyman Street. Then tour the other side of the street by walking on the western sidewalk and looking at the eastern edge buildings from Lyman Street to Essex Street. To do this park near the back of the Congregational Church.
|Western Side of High Street between Essex and Appleton Streets|
|405-411 High||GONE – LaFrance Block||1909||Romanesque Revival|
|395 High||Congregational Church||1884||Romanesque Revival|
|Congregational Church Rectory|
|Western Side of High Street between Appleton and Suffolk Streets|
|345-347 High||YMCA Building||1884||Romanesque Revival|
|341-343 High||Rigali||1887||Romanesque / Queen Anne|
|301 High||Conway Block||1887|
[Now cross the street so that you are on the western sidewalk and heading south.]
|Eastern Side of High Street between Dwight and Suffolk Streets|
|525-527 Dwight St||1894||Victorian Gothic|
|536 Dwight St||City Hall||1871|
|536R Dwight||City Hall Annex||1913||Renaissance Revival|
|270-276 High||Prew Building||Renaissance Revival|
|284 High||Wylie and Perkins Block||1910||Renaissance Revival|
|288-290 High||Curran Building||1908||Renaissance Revival|
The North High Street Historic District is a beautiful zone in urban Holyoke. There are retail stores and residents here mixed with government and theatres. The Caledonia and the City Hall buildings are within the North High Street Historic District but are also on the National Register by itself.