Cleveland, Etowah, Dayton and Chattanooga land historical project grants

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WDEF) – Four communities in our area have landed Tennessee Historic Development Grants.

The program was approved by the state legislature this year, providing $4 million to projects that renovate and preserve historic buildings.

The idea is to turn idle buildings into something useful again.

Here are the grants and projects in our area.

 

Berry Properties – $62,400 to rehabilitate Tipton-Fillauer House in Cleveland, TN

 

Case Enterprises – $300,000 to rehabilitate the Sanda Hosiery Mills in Cleveland, TN

 

Etowah Historical Commission – $13,650 to rehabilitate the Etowah Depot in Etowah, TN

 

Lindsey S. Bamber – $25,500 to rehabilitate the Trinity Chapel in Dayton, TN

 

W2T Two, LLC – $300,000 to rehabilitate the Industrial YMCA Building in Chattanooga, TN

 

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Tipton-Fillauer House in Cleveland

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Sanda Hosiery Mills in Cleveland

Etowah Depot

Etowah Depot in Etowah

Trinity Chapel

Trinity Chapel in Dayton

Industrial Ymca Building

Industrial YMCA Building in Chattanooga

 

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