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And an application for historic tax credits to help finance conversion of the Thresher building has been made to the National Park Service. Sherman already owns the newer two-story Grainger Building (which will be demolished), the surface parking lot and the 233 Park building.
And Sherman has had preliminary conversations with the city and will have final design meetings with neighborhood groups over the summer with hopes of beginning construction next spring. Conversations also are underway with national retailers and hotel operators.
“I think this will help fill in some of the gaps in the area,” said Kuechle. “With great service-oriented retail and another housing option. ”
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