Developed from 1883-1955, Garfield Historic District contains nearly 800 households and contains primarily modest bungalows, Period Revival homes and the city’s largest concentration of “pyramid cottages.” Before becoming a residential community Garfield was part of an extensive agricultural tract. Garfield has an eclectic arts scene and is easily walkable to Roosevelt Row and First Friday fun.
Boundaries: Roosevelt Street south to Van Buren Street; 16th Street west to Seventh Street
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