Peoria Building now a historical landmark

By WEEK Producer

February 13, 2014 Updated Feb 13, 2014 at 11:25 PM CDT

PEORIA, Ill. -- The Kickapoo Building in Peoria is 103 years old, and now a historical landmark. 

The Kickapoo building, also known as the Anheuser Building, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. 

It's the only so-called "Flatiron" building in downstate Illinois.

22 other Illinois buildings and 11 historic districts were also added to the list.

They range from luxury apartment buildings, courthouse squares, factories and private homes.

They include:

Beecher Mausoleum, vicinity of Beecher

Downtown Plainfield Historic District, Plainfield

Glen Ellyn Downtown North Historic District and Glen Ellyn Downtown South Historic District, Glen Ellyn 

Pure Oil Station, 502 W. State St., Geneva 

Waukegan Carnegie Library, Waukegan

320 West Oakdale Avenue, Chicago

42nd Precinct Police Station, 3600 N. Halsted St., Chicago

Bush Temple of Music, Chicago

Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical University Building, 1338-1342 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago

Drucker House, Wilmette

Kosciuszko Park Field House, 2732 N. Avers Ave., Chicago

The Neuville, 232 E. Walton Pl., Chicago

Passionist Fathers Monastery, 5700 N. Harlem Drive, Chicago

Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Building, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago

Stony Island Trust & Savings Bank Building, Chicago

Storkline Furniture Corporation Factory, 4400-4418 W. 26th St., Chicago 

Strand Hotel, 6315-6323 S. Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago 

Vesta Accumulator Company Building, 2100 S. Indiana Ave., Chicago

Walser House, Chicago 

West Argyle Street Historic District (Boundary Increase), Chicago 

West Loop-LaSalle Street Historic District, Chicago

Broadview Hotel, East St. Louis

Galena Historic District (boundary change), Galena

Macomb Courthouse Square Historic District, Macomb

Marshall Business Historic District, Marshall

Ottawa East Side Historic District, Ottawa

Salem Baptist Church, Alton

Sheffield Village Hall, Sheffield

Zoe Theater, Pittsfield

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