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Historic Seymour building prepares to hit market

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A historic Seymour building that has been undergoing renovations for nearly two years is about to hit the market.

The Tribune reports the 121-year-old Knights of Pythias building is the latest focus of efforts by Seymour Main Street to attract and retain businesses in the city's historic downtown.

The project has cost about $125,000 and has included installing a new roof and restroom, updating doors and lighting and removing paneling and flooring.

Main Street group vice president Mary Ann Pardieck says the building is nearly ready to go on the market. She hopes to see a restaurant and loft apartments or a mixed use of retail and office space bring new life to the space.

Information from: The (Seymour) Tribune 

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