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Shopbell YMCA, Evansville
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Evansville’s landmark Shopbell YMCA building in Evansville is slated to become 64 income-based apartment units, bringing much needed affordable living units into the downtown area.

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Sugar Shack, Lawrenceburg
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Historic downtown Lawrenceburg welcomes a new business just in time for warm weather. Strong’s Sugar Shack, housed in a c.1868 commercial building, opened in April featuring locally made candy, hand dipped ice cream, baked goods, coffee, and more.

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Cravenhurst Barn, Madison
Endangered Places, News

Indiana Landmarks’ 2018 list of the state’s 10 Most Endangered places includes two sites in the southern region. The two pose very different preservation challenges for important aspects of of our shared heritage.

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322-326 South Washington Street.
Events, News

A downtown loft tour on June 16 highlights the success in using preservation as an economic development tool in downtown Marion.

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Rensselaer
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Like any city, Rensselaer has evolved and changed. The blend of old and new sets the stage for an enjoyable exploration of architectural heritage.

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Indiana Landmarks Treasure Hunt North, South Bend
Events, News

Hunt for treasure, or be a vendor, when Indiana Landmarks brings Treasure Hunt North back to South Bend on July 21. You’ll find booths of antiques, collectibles and architectural salvage in a festival atmosphere throughout the West Washington National Register District.

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Rushville Knights of Pythias Building
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Designation through the state’s Stellar Communities program has trigged a surge of investment and improvements in Rushville, including revitalization of several historic buildings.

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Avriel Shull House, Nob Lane
Events, Modern Landmarks, News

Our annual Back to the Future Mid-Century Modern Home Tour returns for its eleventh year, this time spotlighting five house on Indianapolis’s north side. 

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African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes the outstanding restoration of Second Baptist Church, an Underground Railroad landmark.

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