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Fred Leeson

They're off to a good start, in my book, by undertaking a successful adaptation of a historic building. That is an under-appreciated aspect of architecture that needs to be more widely recognized for its historical, social and energy conservation benefits.


Did they save any historic detailing from the interior? Looks like a different building on the inside.

I imagine the families living downtown would like to have their elementary school back.

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