Individual Historic Properties
The Individual Historic Properties Historic District incorporated structures in Ann Arbor that were not part of any existing historic district. The ordinance was struck down by the State of Michigan Court of Appeals in September, 2001, which ruled that the historic district did not comply with the Michigan Historic District Act (Act 169 of 1970).
Landmarks Historic District
The Landmarks Historic District Study Committee was appointed in 1986 to identify individual historic structures for protection under a local ordinance. The study included only properties that were not part of an existing historic district. Some of these properties were listed in the National or State Register of Historic Places. This study report was never adopted by the city.
Last updated: November 15, 2011