The Midtown Mobile Historic District is a historic district in the city of Mobile, Alabama that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 29, 2001. It is roughly bounded by Taylor Avenue, Government Street, Houston Street, Kenneth Street, Spring Hill Avenue, and Florida Street. The district covers 467 acres and contains 1270 contributing buildings. The majority of the contributing buildings range in age from the 1880's to the 1950's and cover a wide variety of architectural styles. The district is going through significant changes for the better with various improvement projects and funding as well numerous properties being rehabbed and renovated to their original beauty.
Midtown can also be referenced as 4 separate areas; which are: (1) Midtown South (which is closer to Downtown Mobile), (2) Midtown East (which is north of Government Street), (3) Midtown West (which is between I-65 and Florida Street) and (4) Midcentral (which is north of Springhill Ave. & 3 Mile Creek up to Prichard).