DETROIT (Michigan News Source) – Four Wayne County buildings are set to join the prestigious National Register of Historic Places.

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In the month of July, the registry welcomed the Frances Harper Inn located in Detroit, the First Congregational Church of Wyandotte, and the Samuel D. Holcomb School in Detroit.

In August, the Immaculata High School and Convent in Detroit also secured their place on the list. This designation grants these structures access to federal historic tax credits, providing opportunities for their revitalization.

To be eligible for inclusion, a building must possess an age of at least 50 years and a significant connection to a major historical event or trend.