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New Owner Steps Forward to Rescue Endangered House
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After a stint on our 10 Most Endangered list, one of Indiana’s great historic houses is headed toward salvation. A new owner plans to revive Ohio County’s Speakman House, a Greek Revival standout.

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Crowd Cheers as Damaged Paoli Bridge Reopens
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Despite frigid January temperatures, nearly three dozen bridge enthusiasts and a host of media braved the cold to celebrate reopening of Paoli’s historic 1880 Gospel Street Bridge on January 3.

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South Bend Revives Studebaker Electric Fountain
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Volunteers track down a beloved fountain, removed from South Bend’s Howard Park decades ago and mostly lost to memory, and launch a campaign to have it restored and reinstalled.

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Marrying People with Places
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Sometimes we’re architectural match-makers, connecting people and properties we think could make beautiful music together, like a young couple from South Bend and a house that needed some TLC.

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Steel Spans Hold Place of Pride
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Two historic steel bridges over the Kankakee River remain popular icons, and inspire enduring legend, in Porter County.

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Spencer Pride Plans Expansion in Historic Building
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The historic IORM building will soon return to its early role as a hub of activity on Spencer’s courthouse square, thanks to its new owner, Spencer Pride.

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Rockport Leverages Preservation for Economic Development
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Once restoration is complete, Rockport officials hope an 1870 commercial building on Main Street will serve as an anchor for downtown revitalization.

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New Owners Take on Unique Properties
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Indiana Landmarks found new owners with the vision and resources to transform two historic properties in southeastern Indiana.

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Schimpff’s Confectionery Embraces History
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Schimpff’s Confectionery unveils its expanded space in the c.1870 building at 345 Spring Street in Jeffersonville after a nearly two-year restoration.

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