Endangered Historic Landmarks

The County has asked the Historic Landmarks Commission to submt a list of projects it intends to undertake between June 2018 and July 2019.  Consulting with Len Norman, I thought a logical place to begin would be to list what I believe are the most endangered properties that have been designated as historic landmarks.  This is my list.  There is $3.8 million in the HLC Revolving Fund.  Projects could include securing options to purchase, buy and flip, or full or partial restoration.

1.  McConnell House

2.  Siloam School

3. Excelsior Club

4.  VanLandingham Estate

5.  Mecklenburg Investment Company Building

6.  Morgan School

7.  Parks Hutchinson School

8.  Wilmore School

9.  Former Mt. Carmel Baptist Church

10.  Bland Street Shotgun Houses

11.  Wadsworth House

12.   William Grier House

13.  Standard Oil Service Station

Stewart Gray submitted a photograph of this building that is available in Davidson
Dr. Dan L. Morrill
139 Middleton Drive
Charlotte, N.C. 28207
[email protected]
R. J. Reynolds High School - 1956
Wake Forest University - 1960 (B.A.)
Emory University -  1961 (M.A.)
Emory University - 1966  (Ph.D.)
Professor Emeritus of History UNCC
Director, Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
                  Historic Landmarks