St. Mary's

The St. Mary’s Neighborhood encompasses the hills on South, Columbia and Main Streets from Tenth Street to the 5-Point intersection.  The area was named in honor of St. Mary’s Cathedral, the focal point of the neighborhood. Many of the early residents in the area were members of the church and moved to the neighborhood to be near the structure. Many of the homes date from the 1860s and 1870s and include fine examples of Italianate, Greek Revival and Queen Anne styles. The district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.

Neighborhood attractions include the Historic Five Points Fire Station Museum and the St. Mary’s Cathedral.

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St. Mary's NeighborhoodSt. Mary's Neighborhood church

explore the St. Mary’s Neighborhood’s Plaque Properties
name address built


Duffy House 1318 Columbia Street 1871 1991
Lafayette Fire Station No. 3 1511 Main Street 1921 2005
McHugh House 1321 Columbia Street 1897 1992
Miller House 1304 Columbia Street 1918 1991
Tong—Dolin—Carrol House 1204-1206 Columbia Street 1909 1997
Wagner—Shambaugh House 1311 Columbia Street 1913 2001