Offers are now being accepted for the purchase and rehabilitation of the Judge Peter E. Love House and 1 Other Love Street Home
- Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 14:04
- Community Preservation
Beginning in 1999, Landmarks undertook the Warren Avenue Restoration Project in order to stabilize a neighborhood in decline. Located in the Tockwotton-Love Place National Register District, which is roughly bounded by McLean Avenue, Hansell Street, Jackson Street and Seward Street, the neighborhood contains ...
- Saturday, March 3, 2012, 12:11
- Revolving Fund
The Revolving Fund was established in the 1970s when Landmarks purchased and sold the Avera-Weirig House at 404 East Calhoun Street. By selling the house with restrictive covenants...
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Read about, and see pictures of, Landmarks' Martin Luther King Day youth volunteer project for Operation C.A.R.E.
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No disrespect to Lincoln Logs,
but Legos are where it's at for today's kids!
At our 15th Anniversary Party for Operation C.A.R.E. at The Bookshelf
What a great evening in honor of community preservation and our Members who make it all happen!
Most Significant House in Meigs Is Getting a Long Overdue Makeover
UPDATE June 25, 2012: Restoration continues! See pictures here
Landmarks began working with the City of Meigs to provide technical (and moral) ...
Our Heritage Education programs continue to bring preservation education to our future community leaders in fun and interactive ways.