Kizer House To be Restored
A more than century-old building is getting restored and will be the new home of Indiana Landmarks’ northern regional office. The Kizer House, which was built in 1888, will also have room for other purposes once the restoration is complete. Indiana Landmarks says the work is part of a series of restorations that have been performed over the past 30 years, in which the restored buildings would house the regional office. The organization expects to create offices for other nonprofits and businesses since the Kizer House has more space than what is needed for Indiana Landmarks. The investment for the first phase is estimated at $350,000, with addition costs yet to be determined.
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