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LLC - Logical Link Control , a Bloomington Indiana-based Cook Group company, purchased two buildings in downtown Canton, in June. The Randolph building, built in 1883, located at 3 & 5 East Side Square and 15 East Side Square are now being renovated.
"These are great old and once-vibrant buildings. It will be a joy to bring life back to them," said Jim Murphy
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CFC, Inc. will manage both the renovation and leasing of the buildings, Murphy added. CFC is a property development and management company that emphasizes architecturally significant structures. CFC has been a leader in the revitalization of the downtown Bloomington (Indiana) area for more than 30 years and has been instrumental in other historic restorations in Indiana.
Once completed, the two buildings will consist of commercial retail space on the ground floor and well-appointed apartments on the second floor. Under the supervision of lead architect George Ridgway, Pritchett Bros BROS Brothers
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BROS Barnes and Richmond Operatic Society (London, UK) . Construction has already begun the historic renovation of the buildings. Work to remove the exterior facade and stabilize the buildings has been completed. The project should be completed by spring of 2009. "Pritchett Brothers, our general contractor A general contractor is an organization or individual that contracts with another organization or individual (the owner) for the construction of a building, road or any other execution of work or facility. , will do their best to hire and contract local firms to complete this project," Murphy added.
"This is a great opportunity to expand into other markets doing what CFC does best; restoring older structures in a manner that preserves the past and enhances the character of the community," Murphy explained. For more information about CFC, you can view their website at: www.cfcincorporated.com
Cook Group founder, William A. Cook, grew up in Canton and says that renovating this building is like planting a seed. "Once it blossoms, we anticipate the roots will spread throughout the community and nourish further growth," he said.
CGI Real Estate Holdings is also in the process of purchasing the lot and burned out building at 138-148 Main Street. The future use for that property has not been decided.
About CFC, Inc.
Originally founded to finance loans to Cook Group company employees, CFC has evolved into a real estate development company with special emphasis on preserving architecturally significant buildings in Bloomington and south central Indiana. The company works with local business and government officials to help strengthen the community fiber of downtown Bloomington through the development of valuable commercial, office and residential properties.
CFC's restoration projects have included the Showers Plaza complex and Fountain Square A fountain square is a park or plaza in a city that features a fountain. A fountain square is similar to a town square but is usually smaller and not situated in front of the town hall or county courthouse. It may stand alone or as part of a larger public park. Mall, both significant historic structures in Bloomington's downtown district. The company also has developed new residential properties, including the innovative Bicycle Apartments project, Madison Park condominiums, Lincoln Place condominiums, The Kirkwood luxury apartments and other properties.
CFC also joined with the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana The Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana is America's largest private statewide historic preservation organization. Founded by Indianapolis pharmaceutical executive Eli Lilly in 1960, the organization is a private non-governmental organization with nearly 11,000 members and an to stabilize and later restore the historic West Baden Springs Hotel The West Baden Springs Hotel is a historic landmark hotel in the town of West Baden Springs in Orange County, Indiana, USA, known for its vast domed atrium. It is currently part of the French Lick Resort Casino complex. in West Baden, Indiana.