Historic Rehabilitation

Historic Rehabilitation

historic rehabilitation:

The act or process of making possible a compatible use for a property through repair, alterations, and additions while preserving those portions or features which convey its historical, cultural, or architectural values.

The Granite Church is on the National Registry of Historic Places as a contributing building within the Georgetown Historic District. Phase I plans are underway to address the basic renovation and maintenance needs of the Church.

After its historic rehabilitation is complete, the Granite Church will operate as a nonprofit home for the arts, culture, and historical tourism, including:

  • Concerts, dances, speakers, plays, and exhibitions
  • Arts and yoga classes
  • Weddings, dinners, and corporate events
  • Full-service café open to the public during business hours
  • Office rental and community room

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Phase 1

Rehabilitation Phase 1 includes repairing and remodeling the Main Hall and lower level.

Lower level renovation includes removing non-historic, water-damaged basement walls and paneling, lead and asbestos remediation, and electrical and plumbing repair.

Remove and replace the furnace, install new HVAC, new oil tank, repoint granite and bricks, and roof repair

Provide ADA-compliant access to the building and restrooms

New build out includes: new restrooms with accessible fixtures, a kitchen, four lower-level offices, Café components

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