Indiana Landmarks News

Endangered Places

Peru Circus Winter Quarters
Endangered Places, News

The International Circus Hall of Fame is working to save two 1920s barns on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list.

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Can Clay factory, Cannelton
Endangered Places, News

Indiana Landmarks is working with Cannelton city and economic development leaders on two projects that could help spur much-needed revitalization.

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Old Terre Haute YMCA
Endangered Places, News

A Wisconsin-based development firm wants to invest nearly $10 million to rehabilitate the landmark as affordable housing, but the city denied the company’s request for 10-year tax-abatement.

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Endangered Places, News, Rehabs & Renovations

Insurance company Point Comfort Underwriters repurposed the former German social club and gym in Indianapolis for its company headquarters, reversing decades of deterioration and bringing back the landmark’s original features.

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Kendallville High School, Noble County
Endangered Places, News

Over the objections of residents and community leaders, the East Noble Community School Corporation board recently voted to demolish the historic Kendallville High School

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North Gleason Park Pavilion, Gary
African American Landmarks, Endangered Places, News

A recreation hub in Gary for more than 70 years, the historic North Gleason Park Pavilion faces an uncertain future, as its aging roof gives way.

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Cravenhurst Barn, Madison
Endangered Places, News

Indiana Landmarks’ 2018 list of the state’s 10 Most Endangered places includes two sites in the southern region. The two pose very different preservation challenges for important aspects of of our shared heritage.

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Endangered Places, News, Sacred Places

Indiana Landmarks is working with residents and parishioners in Whiting to avert demolition and save two historic churches for a new purpose.

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Endangered Places, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

When a landmark gets the white elephant label, the word demolition usually surfaces. Indiana Landmarks tries to save these historic structures, helping to identify new purposes and imaginative developers.

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