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Unitarian Universalist Church Listed on National Register

Unitarian Universalist Church Listed on National Register

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (UUCA) is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places — in recognition of its mid-century architectural importance and the fact that it was designed by a renowned architect of the time, Charles M. Goodman. Arlington has more than 60 sites on the National Register. Preservation Arlington applauds the recognition of this building, its design and history as being important to this story of Arlington and Virginia. From the County Press Release: The…

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Modernist UUCA Added to Virginia Landmarks Register

Modernist UUCA Added to Virginia Landmarks Register

Arlington’s newest addition to the Virginia Landmarks Register is the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (UUCA), designed by noted modernist architect Charles M. Goodman. On September 18, 2014, the State Review Board and Board of Historic Resources approved the designation. This is the first step in the process of putting this modernist property on the National Register of Historic Places. (More information on the building and the hearing process can be found here.) At least six Charles Goodman-designed buildings/sites are…

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State Hearing on Historic Designation for
Modernist UUCA

State Hearing on Historic Designation for
Modernist UUCA

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington (UUCA), a modernist building with touches of brutalist architecture, has been nominated for inclusion in the Virginia Landmarks Register. (Click here for copy of the detailed nomination form.) UUCA is one of seven considerations before the State Review Board and Board of Historic Resources at their September 18, 2014, meeting in Richmond. If approved, the property will be placed on the Virginia Landmarks Register, and this nomination will then be forwarded to the National…

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