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 Landmark Society of Greater Utica

Landmark Society of Greater Utica
1124 State Street
Utica, NY 13502
Phone: 315-732-7376
Email: info@uticalandmarks.org

Since 1974, Landmarks has been the leading voice for the preservation and restoration of historic, irreplaceable buildings, districts and sites in the Greater Utica Area.

We value the architectural richness of these structures, the special character they give to our neighborhoods and communities, and the contributions they make to our area’s economy, culture and quality of life.

Landmarks has played an active role in such projects as the rejuvenation and transformation of Union Station into a regional transportation and municipal center; saving 3 Steuben Park and maintaining the architectural integrity of the Rutger-Steuben Historic District; and the 2004 reopening of the Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center’s “Old Main” building as the Records Archive for the New York State Office of Mental Health.

Our members represent all ages, professions and walks of life – but come together to share a common enthusiasm for historic buildings, to raise public awareness of their importance, and advocate their protection and reuse in a variety of ways.