6/24/14 – 12:36 P.M.
Downtown Findlay is getting an Ohio Historic Preservation tax credit for $325,000.
The former the Davis and Knights of Columbus buildings will be renovated into six apartments and office space. David Goodman is the director of the Ohio Development Services Agency, and outlined what made the project attractive for a grant…
Audio: David Goodman
Goodman said the buildings’ historical nature was an obvious draw as well. The buildings were constructed in the early 1800’s.
The buildings were set to be torn down last year. Hancock County Commissioner Brian Robertson says it took a cooperation between the public and private sectors to bring the buildings back from the brink…
Audio: Brian Robertson
The Development Services Agency awarded $37.7 million today to rehabilitate 35 historic buildings across Ohio.Read More →