Historic Preservation Committee
To encourage community among and educate DLA members and downtown residents about Raleigh’s downtown historic neighborhoods and the historic preservation issues that affect their preservation and planning. Walking tours of Raleigh’s historic SE, SW, NE, and NW quarters are organized around unifying themes, such as Historic Neighborhoods, Universities, Churches, Cemeteries, and special themes such as Remnants of the Fourth Ward in SW Downtown Raleigh, much of which was lost due to urban renewal programs.
Committee Meetings and events
The Committee meets 2-3 times per year to plan and organize walking tours of the downtown area.
Committee meetings and events are listed on the DLA Event Calendar.
Anne R. Fahim, urban designer, architect, and historic preservation professional, works with the intersection of public and private properties, and new, old and historic spaces and buildings. Anne’s award-winning firm, Anne Fahim Architectural Services PC, (AFAS), has been in business for over twenty years. Anne’s Downtown Raleigh office is located at 444 S. Blount St # 110 Raleigh, NC 27601. She has been active professionally in the Triangle area for over six years and resides in Downtown Raleigh.
To contact Anne go to HistoricPreservation@raleighdla.com
How to Join
To join the Historic Preservation Committee you must be a member of the DLA.