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About Holyoke

39,947 in city
698,903 in metro
59 km² (23 mi²)
Holyoke is an industrial city located on the Connecticut River eight miles (13 km) north of Springfield. Chief manufactured products have included paper, textiles, and metals. A dam built in 1849 was key to the development of the textile industry. The city was named for Elizur Holyoke, one of the early settlers to the area. The community was separated from West Springfield in 1850 and chartered as a city in 1873. Several famous colleges and universities are located nearby, including Mount Holyoke, Smith, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
36 All Buildings

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Holyoke City Hall 220 ft 1871
2 Pulaski Heights Apartments 113 ft 1973
3 Holyoke House 100 ft 1915
4 Holyoke Towers - 1973
5 Providence Behavioral Health Hospital - -

Building types

No. Type
33 low-rise building
2 chimney
1 building with towers