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Capitol Avenue projects restore beauty of historic neighborhood

The structures at 522 and 518 E. Capitol Ave. have been awarded the Golden Hammer Award. The house at 518, left, is owned by Stacey and Mark Young and 522, right, is owned by Curtis Hanrahan.

The structures at 522 and 518 E. Capitol Ave. have been awarded the Golden Hammer Award. The house at 518, left, is owned by Stacey and Mark Young and 522, right, is owned by Curtis Hanrahan. Photo by Julie Smith.

A corridor of majestic buildings, Capitol Avenue links the downtown to the potential redevelopment of the Missouri State Penitentiary.

When connected with West Main Street around the Capitol, the century-old Jefferson City neighborhood becomes part of the historic heart of the capital stretching to the Millbottom area.

As projects continue to highlight the area, many property owners are taking interest in restoring the streetscape.

The offices of Hanrahan & Nacy, P.C., and of Appraisal Associates Nunn and Young are among those. And the Historic City of Jefferson has acknowledged their work with the June 2011 Golden Hammer Award.

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