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Landmarks’ Revolving Fund Properties

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310 Magnolia Street Preserved in Perpetuity

310 Magnolia Street Preserved in Perpetuity
As attested to by this Times-Enterprise story, Landmarks uses many tools to preserve significant historic properties.            
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Community Partners for Neighborhood Revitalization

Community Partners for Neighborhood Revitalization
When Barry Pollock, Vice President, Thomas County Federal Savings & Loan, contacted Landmarks about a historic home that was recently surrendered by its owner, Executive Director Brent Runyon wasn’t sure it was a good project for Landmarks at the moment. Landmarks is heavily involved in Neighborhood Revitalization efforts and now owns four houses in the Victoria Place Redevelopment Area, one in Tockwotton ...
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Revolving Fund Acquires Bartow Street Properties

Revolving Fund Acquires Bartow Street Properties
  On August 28, 2012, Landmarks purchased two houses and a large lot in the Fletcherville Historic District. The houses, 223 Bartow Street and 225 Bartow Street, were most recently owned by Robert Bruce Cannady.  His niece, Frances Mims Parker, as executor of the estate and a Landmarks supporter, sought out Landmarks because of our interest in the revitalization of the Victoria Place Redevelopment Area. Below are ...
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Offers Now Accepted on Love Street Properties

Offers Now Accepted on Love Street Properties
Offers are now being accepted for the purchase and rehabilitation of the Judge Peter E. Love House and 1 Other Love Street Home ...
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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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Membership Picnic 2011 Recap

Membership Picnic 2011 Recap
What a great evening in honor of community preservation and our Members who make it all happen!
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J.N. Carter House Being Restored

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) ...
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What’s under that T-111 siding?

What's under that T-111 siding?
Could it be an antebellum house?  On August 26, 2011, we worked with the Bishop Hall Charter School Key Club to start peeling back the layers... Vacant for several years, the house at 211 Lester Street was condemned by the City of Thomasville. It was deemed a vacant and dilapidated house and is located in the Victoria Place Urban Redevelopment Area. A new road will be ...
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Victoria Place Redevelopment Area information

In 2008, we began planning what ultimately became a city initiative to revitalize an in-town neighborhood, namely the Victoria Place Urban Redevelopment Area (VPURA).  We partnered with the City of Thomasville and Habitat for Humanity to define the future of this area, which lies behind Flowers Bakery and includes parts of the Fletcherville National Register Historic District.  To show faith in, and support for, the ...
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