News from the region
Grants support new roof at our western office
Promoting good stewardship of historic buildings starts with setting a good example, an obligation Indiana Landmarks takes seriously as we prepare to install a new roof on the 1941 Art Deco building housing our Western Regional Office in Terre Haute.
Grants from the Wabash Valley Community Foundation and the Efroymson Family Fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation are helping fund the project.
Our office occupies the former Terre Haute Mutual Savings Association building at 669 Ohio Street in the Wabash Avenue East Historic District. The diminutive structure makes up for its lack of size with impressive architectural features. Designed by the prominent Terre Haute firm Miller & Yeager, the one-story building features Art Deco details with a hint of Streamline Moderne.
Indiana Landmarks shares the space with a tenant, Wabash Valley Art Spaces, and offers the building as a community space available for meetings, small receptions, and other functions.
For more information, contact Tommy Kleckner, director of Indiana landmarks’ Western Regional Office, 812-232-4534, 800-450-4534, email@example.com.