Des Moines plans to save 134-year-old historic building

Des Moines mulls plan to save 134-year-old historic building



HEARING. LIVE AT DES MOINES, NICOLE TAM, KCCI8 NEWS, IOWA’S NEWS LEADER CASH IOWA’S NEWS — IOWA’S NEWS LEADER. ERIC: TODAY THE MONKS URBAN DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION WILL REVIEW A PLAN TO SAVE A HISTORIC TOWN. IT IS ALREADY LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES. SIXTH AVENUE CORRI

Des Moines mulls plan to save 134-year-old historic building

The Des Moines Urban Design Review Board will review a plan to save a historic landmark in the city. The 134-year-old North Des Moines City Hall building at 6th and College has been empty for years. It is already listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Sixth Avenue Corridor Commission wants to spend $2.5 million to convert the old building into commercial space. and apartments.Other titles:

The Des Moines Urban Design Review Board will review a plan to save a historic landmark in the city.

The 134-year-old North Des Moines City Hall building at 6th and College has been empty for years.

It is already listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Sixth Avenue Corridor Commission wants to spend $2.5 million to convert the old building into commercial space and apartments.

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