§ 155.06  CRITERIA FOR DESIGNATION OF INTERIOR LANDMARK.
   (A)   Every nominated interior landmark must meet one or more of the following criteria for designation:
      (1)   It exemplifies an architectural type, style or design distinguished by innovation, rarity, uniqueness or overall quality of design, detail, materials or craftsmanship;
      (2)   It is identified as the work of an architect, designer, engineer or builder whose individual work is significant in the history or development of the city, the state, the Midwest region or the United States;
      (3)   It exemplifies important design techniques distinguished by innovation, rarity, uniqueness or overall quality of design or detail;
      (4)   It represents an historic, cultural, architectural, archaeological or related theme;
      (5)   It is identified with a person or persons who significantly contributed to the historic, cultural, architectural, archaeological or related aspect of the development of the city, state, Midwest region of the United States; and/or
      (6)   It is associated with important cultural or social aspects or events in the history of the city, the state, the Midwest region of the United States.
   (B)   Any nominated interior landmark that meets any one or more of the criteria in division (A) above shall also have sufficient integrity and distinctiveness of location, design, materials and remarkable workmanship to make it worthy of preservation or restoration.
(Prior Code, § 51-5A)  (Ord. 2012-03, passed 2-6-2012)