Historic West 15th Street
The West Fifteenth Street Historic District (NR February 1987) is located at the intersection of Fifteenth and Madison, and is a small district consisting of 32 buildings. Despite its small size, the district is significant for its architecture, which includes two unusual and intact seven-unit Italianate row houses, a building type which is not typically found in Covington neighborhoods. The area developed in the 1880s and 1890s.
The Historic West 15th St. Neighborhood is the smallest historically designated neighborhood in Covington. The boundaries are from Madison Avenue to the 15th Street railroad bridge and from 14th Street to the Kroger's parking lot. The area is significant for it's Italianate style houses and 2 large Towne House buildings with 13 2-story Towne Houses.
The neighborhood also includes the Stewart Ironworks family home, which is currently a motel. It also includes the former railroad round house which was part of Duro Bag. The area has seen several rehab projects and improvements such as the Mutual Supply building on Neave alley being renovated and occupied by Analytical Solutions and Providers. The area is centrally located in the city and is conveniently located near a grocery and other services as well as the main bus route.
For informatino on the Historic West 15th Street Neighborhood Association, please contact Neil Nelson at email@example.com