The New Amsterdam Historic District is a historic district located in Detroit, Michigan. Buildings in this district are on or near three sequential east-west streets (Amsterdam, Burroughs, and York) on the two blocks between Woodward Avenue and Second Avenue. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
Read more about New Amsterdam Historic District: District Definition, General History, Unknown (435 Amsterdam Street), Cadillac Assembly Plant (450 Amsterdam Street), Graphic Arts Building (41-47 Burroughs Street), G. A. Richards Oakland Company Service Department For Oaklands and Pontiacs (440 Burroughs Street), Carney-Labadie Building (5911-5919 Cass Avenue), Cadillac Sales & Service (6001 Cass), Stewart-Warner Speedometer Corporation Building (6050 Cass Avenue), American Beauty Irons (American Electrical Heater Building) (6110 Cass), Walter J. Bemb Buick-Pontiac Dealership (6160 Cass Avenue), Engine Co. 17/Ladder Co. 7 (6100 Second Avenue), Detroit Edison Amsterdam Substation (6126 Second Avenue), Detroit Edison Substation (6134 Second Avenue), Caille Brothers Building (6200 Second Avenue), 425 York Street, Education, External Links
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