TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., July 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Grand Canyon tops the list of most endangered historic places in the U.S. The Grand Canyon is one of the most well-known natural historic attractions. It made the list due to the pressures of further development relating to tourism as well as demands from the mining industry. The National Trust is warning that the canyon and other sites may be "at risk of destruction or irreparable damage."
Little Havana in Miami represents the Cuban-American heritage through its historical buildings and architecture. Today it is at risk due to changes in zoning which will allow more commercial buildings and the lack of protection in place which could significantly change the look and character of the city.
The Factory in West Hollywood is in danger of being torn down to build a 250-room hotel complex along with shops and restaurants. The Factory became famous in LGBT history as the gay disco, Studio One, which led to AIDS awareness. Those hoping to save the building are suggesting alternatives to the new construction which could save the building.
Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas is considered one of Texas' most historic sites and displays the history of the livestock industry and the Texas Stockyards right down to the original brick sidewalks and wood corrals. Its future is at risk due to a proposal by a joint business venture to turn the 70 acres into a residential and shopping district.
Deterioration and neglect threaten the future of The Old U.S. Mint, despite its proud history. It survived the 1906 earthquake and a fire that destroyed nearby buildings, yet the "Granite Lady", a reminder of San Francisco's boomtown legacy, lies in a state of ruin.
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