Non-profit to renovate building for community center

Larry Hoffman of James A. Staat Tuckpointing applies mortar to the joints on the foundation of the building at the corner of East Atchison Street and Clark Avenue.

Larry Hoffman of James A. Staat Tuckpointing applies mortar to the joints on the foundation of the building at the corner of East Atchison Street and Clark Avenue. Photo by Julie Smith.

The Old Town Revitalization Company announced Wednesday the winner of a bid for the former Homer Cavitte property.

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The company announced plans in April to award the property at 1015 E. Atchison St. to a local non-profit to be renovated into a community center called the Old Town Center.

Renovating the interior of the building will be done by .....

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