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CASTO Begins Historic Renovation of Secur-It Building

Walker Evans Walker Evans CASTO Begins Historic Renovation of Secur-It Building
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Construction fencing began going up this week around the old Secur-It storage building located Downtown at the northeast intersection of Main and Front Streets, signaling progress on the restoration of the currently vacant warehouse. The building is owned by developer CASTO, which has plans to eventually convert the space into a new residential development.

“We’re currently in the process of refurbishing the exterior of the building, including the installation of historically appropriate windows, in hopes of achieving a National Register of Historic Places designation,” explains Sarah Benson, Director of Marketing & Public Relations at CASTO. “Should we receive this designation, we plan to move forward with a multi-family project.”

Benson adds that if the historic designation is received, construction on the project would begin in Spring 2014. No further details on the development are being announced as this point in time.

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Photo by Anne Evans.

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