Indiana Landmarks News

News

News

Aurora’s Historic Preservation Commission presents its annual awards recognizing rehabilitation projects for significant investment and improved visual appeal in the city’s locally designated historic district.

KEEP READING
Converse Carnegie Library
News

The town of Converse believes supporting small, local business is the right approach to revitalization and preservation.

KEEP READING
Hessville library, Hammond
News

A local group aims to revive Hammond’s Hessville library – vacant and boarded since it closed – as a community learning center.

KEEP READING
New Augusta Depot
News

Railroad enthusiasts or anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind peaceful retreat should check out a unique real estate listing in New Augusta, a quiet historic enclave nine miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis.

KEEP READING
Sears, Washington Square Mall, Evansville
News

After being at the forefront of the company’s retail expansion, the last Sears store in Evansville is slated to close in April 2018.

KEEP READING
Packard on Ideal Section of the Lincoln Highway
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Indiana native Carl Fisher laid out a plan to build America’s first paved transcontinental route, called the Lincoln Highway in honor of the Great Emancipator, a road that remains a relevant and vital part of the communities on its path.

KEEP READING
Versailles printing company for sale
News

Two buildings on Versailles’ courthouse square are for sale for the first time in more than three decades, a unique opportunity for the right rehab-minded buyer.

KEEP READING
Jeffersonville Masonic Temple
News

Working with Indiana Landmarks, Jeffersonville officials craft a solution to save the city’s historic Masonic Temple.

KEEP READING
Wayman Church, Peru, Indiana
African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places

A grant from our Sacred Places Indiana program recently helped the congregation of a modest church in Peru save its historic windows.

KEEP READING