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Chesterton train car restrooms
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Honoring its railroad heritage, Chesterton repurposes a historic boxcar and train caboose to serve as public restrooms and gathering space at a popular town park.

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McCormick's Creek fire tower
News

A New Deal-era fire watch tower at McCormick’s Creek State Park is under restoration, thanks to a grant from Indiana Landmarks and broad community support.

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Rathbone Home, Evansville
News

The Rathbone Home in Evansville was one of the earliest nursing homes in Indiana. After long service as a retirement facility, the landmark is targeted for renovation as an apartment community.

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Martinsville Sanitarium
News, Rehabs & Renovations

A creative development in Martinsville repurposed three National Register-listed buildings within blocks of the Morgan County Courthouse as affordable housing for seniors.

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Perry County Courthouse, Rome, Indiana
News

Reaching the age of 200 is a major milestone for any Hoosier building, but for the Perry County Courthouse in Rome, it’s remarkable. For a long time no one was sure the building would make it to its bicentennial.

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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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St. John's Lutheran Church, Goshen
News, Saved

When a windstorm ripped the roof off of St. John’s Lutheran Church, many people feared it would spell doom for the church. Indiana Landmarks helped a dedicated group of supporters come to the rescue.

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News, Uncategorized

People with vision in Seymour and Richmond use preservation to revive historic neighborhoods and downtown.

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Davis Building, Brazil, Clay County
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Brazil’s rehabbed Davis Building opens as a mixed-use development that will help spur further economic development in the Clay County community.

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