Welcome to Historic Saint Paul

Historic Saint Paul is a non-profit organization with a mission to preserve and promote the cultural heritage, character, and vitality of Saint Paul’s neighborhoods. We work in partnership with private owners, community organizations and public agencies to leverage Saint Paul’s cultural and historic resources as assets in economic development and community building initiatives.

Help promote neighborhood development through preservation.
400 Landmark Center
25 West 5th Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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Latest News

Historic Hill District Survey Request for Proposals

The City of Saint Paul’s Heritage Preservation Commission and Historic Saint Paul are jointly sponsoring the Historic Hill District Survey Project and are accepting proposals from qualified consultants.

Historic Walking and Biking Tours in Saint Paul

Historic Saint Paul has launched “Saint Paul Historical” – a free mobile app and website that puts Saint Paul’s history at your fingertips. Explore the city’s unique neighborhoods with over thirty self-guided tours featuring cultural and historic sites.


Heritage Conservation on the Greenline!

Heritage Conservation on the Green Line! is an effort to identify and promote redevelopment opportunities for historic properties along the Central Corridor.

The first phase of the project involved identifying properties, collecting information about them, and developing strategies for their preservation and reuse.


Vacant Housing Rehabilitation: NSP Bidding Opportunities

Bids Due: April 19, 2012 at 4 pm
Walk Through’s: 9 AM, Thursday, April 5 & Thursday, April 12
Mandatory: MUST attend a minimum of 1 walk through

All Bidding Materials posted here

Featuring homes in the 4th Street Preservation Project Area:
The City of Saint Paul is soliciting bids on two properties located in the Dayton’s Bluff Historic District. The work on these projects include full rehabilitation and must conform with the district guidelines and to the recommendations set fourth by the City of Saint Paul and the Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC).