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Miller-Parrott Baking co
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After years of vacancy, work is underway to convert the the former Miller-Parrott Baking Company in Terre Haute into senior housing.

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Eagles Theatre, Wabash
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The Eagles Theatre has been an anchor in downtown Wabash since 1906. After a sweeping restoration, the landmark is poised to become an even wider regional attraction.

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Ulysses P Schenck House, Vevay
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The Ulysses P. Schenck House and the Schenck Mansion are both on the market, an extraordinary opportunity for new owners to become part of their storied history.

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Ligonier temple new owners
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After searching for a unique property to convert into their home, an Indianapolis found the perfect match in Ligonier’s former Ahavath Sholom Synagogue.

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Chapel of Sorrowful Mother, Ferdinand
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Parishioners of St. Ferdinand Roman Catholic Church formed a unique plan to save one of Ferdinand’s long-vacant and threatened religious landmarks.

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Indiana Landmarks Campus
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in alignment with updated CDC guidelines, Indiana Landmarks will cancel all tours and events through the end of May, and close all offices through May 8.

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Washington Boulevard, Fort Wayne
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In the early twentieth century, the partnership of two women shaped the look of several Fort Wayne neighborhoods, where their designs remain in demand today.

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Riverside High School Indianapolis Naval Armory
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

Indianapolis Classical Schools wins the 2020 Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration for Riverside High School.

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Greenbush Cemetery Lafayette
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Founded nearly 175 years ago, Lafayette’s Greenbrush Cemetery just became the city’s first to be designated as a local historic district.

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