Grant to Rehabilitate a 114-year Old Building

Agency - Iowa State Historical Resource Development Program

Iowa State Historical Resource Development Program awarded a grant in the amount of $50,000 to the Worth County Historical Society. The grant will be used to rehabilitate a building for community or retail use.


The plan is to rebuild and repair the foundation and the roof of the 114-year old building in the Northwood Central Avenue Historic District. The building was deemed one of the 10 most-endangered historic properties in Iowa by Preservation Iowa in January.


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