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Rehabs & Renovations

Lessons in Revival from Wabash
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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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Made in Indiana
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

When production ends, it doesn’t have to mean the end of the line for a historic factory. Around the state, developers have turned factories into places where people live, eat, shop, and play.

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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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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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Odd Fellows Block Saved
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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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McGuire House, Richmond
Richmond Mansion for Sale
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Richmond Neighborhood Restoration restored a house on the Historic National Road to help revitalize the city’s “Millionaire’s Row.” Now for sale, the transformation retained the mansion’s original architectural features, inside and out.

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Historic Morris School Hits the Road
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

To avoid demolition, a nineteenth-century one-room schoolhouse will be moved to a new home, where it may be restored for use as a programming and events space.

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Turn-Around on Richmond’s Tenth Street
News, Rehabs & Renovations

By restoring a prominent corner house in the historic corridor, Indiana Landmarks is building on the momentum of other rehabs rejuvenating the neighborhood.

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Creative Reuses Transform Historic Jails
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Developers are using outside-the-box thinking to turn historic jails in Lebanon and Martinsville into a restaurant, bar, distillery, and senior apartments.

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