The City of Berkeley....

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Historic Buildings

There are lots of buildings in Berkeley that are designated as local landmarks. Some of the more famous/historically significant (along with the architect/builder are:

  • Berkeley Women’s City Club, now Berkeley City Club — Julia Morgan (1929–30)
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist — Bernard Maybeck (1910)
  • St. John’s Presbyterian Church, now Julia Morgan Center for the Arts — Julia Morgan (1908, 1910)
  • William R. Thorsen House, now Sigma Phi Society Chapter House — Charles Sumner Greene & Henry Mather Greene (1908–10)

This list does not include any of the significant buildings on the Cal Campus.

Non-neighborhood Subdivisioning of Berkeley

  • The Berkeley Hills
  • Area immediately surrounding the Cal Campus, including Downtown
  • The Flatlands