This story is too common in many communities. The most magnificent architectural treasures fall into a state of prolonged vacancy and dilapidation, needing sizeable rehabilitation if they're ever to regain habitability, let alone prominence, alongside new construction.
The Downtown Alternative served as the construction manager for the ownership entity which was a joint venture with Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana that was formed to acquire and save the historic home and carriage house built in 1905. Located in Herron Morton Place Neighborhood on the near northside of Indianapolis, the rehabilitation and preservation of Efroymson House utilized historic tax credits for partial financing for its rehabilitation.
HGTV and The National Trust for Historic Preservation are continuing their multi-million dollar partnership to save America's neighborhoods. This year's campaign focuses on the role that preservation plays in the revitalization of communities, and will support projects in twelve cities. Visit their website by clicking here.