“Downtown Facade Grant Program Helping Lexington Property Owners Make Improvements to Downtown Buildings”
Visitors to downtown Lexington will soon see a number of building improvements thanks in part to the Historic Lexington Foundation-administered facade grant program. The facade grant committee recently awarded grants for exterior work to be done on the buildings at 14 (pictured) and 18 East Nelson Street and 123 South Randolph Street. Named after the late Washington and Lee University math professor Robert S. Johnson, the grant fund is a partnership between HLF and the City of Lexington...
14 E. Nelson Street after exterior repainting with assistance of a facade grant
HLF facade grant helped with the restoration and reinstallation of the ornate iron balcony on the Alexander-Withrow Building.
Property owner Theresa Bezold meets with facade grant panel
Prep work before repainting of Rockbridge Historical Society's Campbell House
backside of McCampbell Inn--facade grant helped with restoration of the balconies.
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