Danville town, civic and community leaders came together Wednesday to commemorate a milestone moment for downtown, as the newly restored Danville Hotel and McCauley House were formally dedicated as town heritage resources.
The two historic structures, both of which were originally built in the 1890s, were renovated and preserved by private developer Castle Companies as part of its redevelopment of the Danville Hotel property — a project that also brought new two-story retail and residential buildings to the corner of Hartz and West Prospect avenues.
“It’s a project that has been in the making for a long, long time. And we couldn’t be prouder,” Danville Mayor Karen Stepper told the group of about four-dozen people on hand for the dedication Wednesday evening. “It’s been a special project for all of us.”
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