North American Cities with Belgian Block Street Pavement

Baltimore, MD: Fell Street; Thames Street; S Ann Street (south of Thames St); S Wolfe Street (between Aliceanna and Fell Sts); S Broadway (between Lancaster and Thames Sts); S Broad Street (between Eastern and Thames Sts); S Eden Street (between Aliceanna and Eastern Sts); Abermarle Street (between Eastern and Fleet Sts)

Boston, MA: North Street; North Square; Marshall Street; Salt Lane; Marsh Lane; Scott Alley; Creek Square; “Freedom Trail” streets around Faneuil Hall; South Market Street

Charleston, SC: Gendron Street; Cordes Street; North Atlantic Wharf; Middle Atlantic Wharf; Concord Street

Lynchburg, VA: Kemper Street (Park Ave to the train station); Jefferson Street (north of Horseford Rd to 10th St); 9th Street (near Jefferson St)

New York, NY: numerous streets in the Meatpacking District, West Village, Tribeca, Soho, South Street Seaport; as well as Stone Street; Mill Lane; Coenties Alley in the Financial District

Richmond, VA: Virginia Street (between E Cary and E Canal Sts); E Canal Street (between S 12th and S 14th Sts); Shockoe Slip; alley north of Shockoe Ln; N 23rd and N 26th Streets (between E Grace and E Franklin Sts); N 27th Street – gutters only (between E Franklin and Cedar Sts); N 31st St – gutters only (north of Libby Terrace).  Fan pattern (modern?): E Cary Street (between S 12th and S 14th Sts); N 17th Street (between E Main and E Franklin Sts)

Philadelphia, PA: numerous streets around the city, especially in the Old City area.  See the Philadelphia Historic Street Paving Thematic District Inventory.

St. Louis, MO: Morgan Street; N 1st and N 2nd Streets (between Washington Ave and M L King Dr); N 13th Street (between Washington and Lucas Aves)

Savannah, GA: River Street; Bay Lane (between Montgomery and Jefferson Sts)

Wilmington, NC: S Water Street (one block extending south of Ann St)