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The North End Huntington Heights Preservation Association
The North End End Historic District is a 22 block, early twentieth century neighborhood of downtown Newport News. Developed
primarily between 1900 and 1935, it is the largest and most architecturally cohesive neighborhood of the inner city.
This is a neighborhood as you might remember yours while growing up, where neighbors stop and visit and your children can rely
on the people who live next door. We are a close-knit, enthusiastic, and diverse group of neighbors who are dedicated to preserving
our architectural heritage. Churches dot our streets and the bustle of shipyard activity remind us of the city's roots. Our community
is bounded on one side by majestic Huntington Avenue, which overlooks the James River and takes you to the port areas of the city as
well as the nearby Monitor and Merrimack museum. Warwick Boulevard forms the eastern boundary, which leads to the Leeward Marina,
Huntington Parkand beach, the War Museum, historic Hilton, and the world-renowned Mariners Museum.
The mission statement for the North End Huntington Heights Preservation Association is to preserve the historic residential
character of North End Huntington Heights through advocacy, communication and education.
If you would like to be kept abreast of North End events, please consider becoming a member of our association and thereby receiving
our newsletter. The cost is $20 per year per household and is good February of the current year until February of the following year.
Lifetime membership is also available for $150 per household.
If you have any questions, please contact us!