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Reed City Landmark District
Reed City Landmark Historic District, HD06-155 [no theme or period listed], occupies an extremely irregular area on the south side of San José State University (SJSU) between E. San Salvador Street and I-280, S. Fourth and S. Ninth streets. The district is significant for residential development ca. 1870-1935 as well as early modern multi-family residential architecture built after World War II as a result of the growth of San José State College/University. The southern portion of the Reed City District in the vicinity of Reed School, constructed in 1870 (later known as Lowell School on E. Reed between S. Sixth and Seventh Streets) retains 1870-1935 housing stock, especially along S. Sixth Street south of Reed Street.

Reed City Landmark District Map