Indiana Landmarks News

News

McGuire House, Richmond
Richmond Mansion for Sale
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Richmond Neighborhood Restoration restored a house on the Historic National Road to help revitalize the city’s “Millionaire’s Row.” Now for sale, the transformation retained the mansion’s original architectural features, inside and out.

KEEP READING
Threat Escalates for Jeffersonville Landmark
Endangered Places, News

Indiana Landmarks seeks a solution for the declining Masonic temple built in 1926, now under threat of demolition.

KEEP READING
Havilah Beardsley House
Heritage Talks and House Doctor Come to Elkhart
Events, News, Resources

Ongoing series brings preservation experts to share their insights in research and outreach.

KEEP READING
Schoolhouse Gets Landmark Status
News, Rural Preservation

One of a dwindling number of historic rural schools in the Wabash Valley, a two-room schoolhouse offers a picture of nineteenth-century learning in Vigo County.

KEEP READING
Rumpe House, Rising Sun
Time Capsule Home for Sale in Rising Sun
News, Saved

The Rumpe House exhibits remarkable original character. While some would-be buyers might view the house as a daunting challenge, it also offers a rare opportunity.

KEEP READING
Heim-Haury House, Tell City, Chris Cail
Shared Vision: Matching Landmarks to Buyers
News

We acquire landmarks worth saving through purchase and donation, stabilize and clean them up, then sell them to buyers who finish the work, attaching our preservation covenants to protect their distinctive historic character.

KEEP READING
McCurdy Hotel, Evansville
McCurdy Hotel On Track to Open This Year
News, Saved

After decades of decline and a stint on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list, Evansville’s McCurdy Hotel is slated to reopen this year as luxury apartments.

KEEP READING
Facade Grants Fuel Revitalization
News

By offering property owners funds to make improvements to building exteriors, city officials hope to trigger a wave of renovation in Aurora’s downtown district.

KEEP READING
Offutt's Ford Bridge Rush Co by Lee Lewellen
Rush County Heritage Celebrates 30 Years
News, Saved

Rush County Heritage coalesced in 1986 to save the county’s iconic covered bridges. Three decades later, the group boasts an admirable portfolio of preservation success stories.

KEEP READING