The Progress Fund is looking for entrepreneurs interested in renting the 2,500 square foot first floor, or buying the entire 5,000 square foot two-story building and one half acre parcel on which it sits along the east bank of the Youghiogheny River. The building has been renovated into a “vanilla box” which is ready to be leased. “It’s a blank slate. It’s a huge transformation,” from its previous life as a tavern, says William Prince, Manager of The Progress Fund’s Trail Town Program.
“We want to find the right tenant for the building and the town. We want it to be an attraction, or destination, says Prince. Read the full Tribune-Review article.
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In addition to this renovation, efforts have been underway to develop a downtown historic district. Read more.