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Moyer Row Houses

NRHP Reference #: 08000171

NRHP Listing Date: 20080312

Location

2612-18 Dewey Ave, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

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Summary

The Moyer Row Houses are a pair of square, two story, two unit row houses built in 1904. Significant as representative of their building type and period of construction, the Moyer Row Houses are buildings that embody the distinctive characteristics of the row house building type, constructed in Omaha during a period from 1900-1940, for a local individual interested in real estate investment. After the depression of the 1890s, the Moyer Row Houses represent a revival of this building type with builder-designed Renaissance Revival inspired buildings.

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The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) is the country’s official list of historically significant properties. To be eligible for the NRHP a property must generally retain their historic appearance, be at least 50 years old, and have the potential to be documented as historically or architecturally significant at either the local, state, or national level. The National Register of Historic Places is a National Park Service program administered by the Nebraska State Historical Society for the state of Nebraska. Visit the Nebraska State Historical Society's website to learn more about the program.