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600 Block Poplar, Seymour
Honorable Distinction
News

Two southern Indiana neighborhoods are destined for the nation’s “honor roll” of historic properties thanks to Indiana Landmarks’ Partners in Preservation (PIP) program.

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Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Richmond Depot
Richmond Depot Finally Back on Track
News, Saved

After decades of vacancy and a roller coaster ride of redevelopment proposals, Richmond’s historic Pennsylvania Railroad Station is ready to thrive for the first time since the 1970s.

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White Castle #3, Indianapolis
The Save We Crave!
News, Saved

Indiana Landmarks saves one of the oldest original White Castle restaurants.

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Lessons in Revival from Wabash
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved, Tours

Today, as many small towns suffer population loss and the accompanying disinvestment and vacancy, Wabash remains a risk-taking, can-do place known for revitalized buildings, thriving small businesses, and capitalizing on heritage.

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Check Out Edinburgh and This Landmark for Sale
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Edinburgh is a town on the rise, its downtown undergoing a transformation over the past few years. Indiana Landmarks is selling one of its commercial standouts, the 1854 Thompson Building, following recent improvements to the exterior.

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Moorish Wonder Needs New Use
News

The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana is hunting for a new use for the Alhambra Theatre, a 1913 entertainment landmark located in the revived Haynie’s Corner in Evansville.

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Beloved Landmark Reopens, Completely Restored
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Batesville residents worried about the future of The Sherman House inn and restaurant, a local institution, when it closed in 2014. It recently reopened following a top to bottom restoration that incorporated boutique hotel rooms, the main dining room, and new Black Forest Bar.

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Tours Introduce Historic Downtown Gary
News, Tours

This summer, tours invite visitors to learn Gary’s story and help reimagine the city as a vibrant destination. The tour includes downtown landmarks previously inaccessible to the public. At the same time, a crowdfunding campaign is underway to secure some of the city’s key landmarks.

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Odd Fellows Block Saved
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

Once an entry on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered List, Huntington’s Odd Fellows Block is now on the road to restoration, with plans to turn the courthouse square anchor into market-rate apartments.

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