Indiana Landmarks News

News

Rockport, Indiana
News

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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Rumpe House, Rising Sun
News

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
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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Lagro, Wabash County
News, Rehabs & Renovations

In Wabash County, tiny Lagro, population 415, is betting on rehab of three landmark buildings to spark downtown revitalization.

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St Pauls UMC South Bend
News, Sacred Places

Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in South Bend debuts its original 1901 Bennett organ after a nearly $500,000 restoration.

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News

Damage from a November storm remains un-repaired, leaving Muncie’s historic fieldhouse in a state of limbo and open to the elements. 

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Martinsville sign
News

Three downtown landmarks dating from Martinsville’s heyday as a mineral springs destination are under renovation to become affordable housing for seniors.

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Propylaeum, Indianapolis
Events, News

On Friday, December 8, our annual Holiday Open House in Indianapolis features two striking properties in the Old Northside Historic District.

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Koerner Block fire, Birdseye
News

After years of planning, the people trying to save Birdseye’s historic 1894 Koerner Block looked on helplessly last month when an arson fire destroyed the landmark.

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