From the arrival of Zebulon Pike in 1805 to the West End of today, a number of recurring themes shaped this community’s development. Most symbolic of the this process is the Mississippi, the Great River, which has been the integral connector for all the encounters we have experienced, understood, forgotten, and recovered.
HSP partnered in 2010-11 with the City of Saint Paul’s Heritage Preservation Commission and Ramsey County Historical Society on Neighborh
HSP worked closely in 2016 with lead partner Aurora Saint Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation (ASANDC) to complete a cultural co
HSP worked with neighborhood residents to complete an architectural and historical survey of the Macalester Park neighborhood in 2015 and
Historic Saint Paul is partnering with Frogtown Neighborhood Association and Victoria Theater Arts Center to revive the long-vacant, 1915
HSP worked with a coalition of organizations in 2016 to successfully prevent the planned demolition of the city's oldest surviving munici
Historic Saint Paul in 2013 began the Heritage Conservation on the Green...
Saint Paul Historical: Web & Mobile project
Historic Saint Paul provides preservation-based design, loans, technical...
The Dayton’s Bluff historic district was created in 1992 to recognize...