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Property Renovations

14 S. Portland Street

The 2016 DFP Design of the Year was awarded to the Art District Lofts. Prior to Sam Meyer's purchase of the property the building sat vacant and had seen a significant amount of disrepair including extensive flood damage.

Developing the building into lofts instead of commercial space addressed a well established need for additional residential space in downtown. It is a beautiful renovation that will surely be used as a exemplary design for property renovation from commercial to residential spaces.


213 S. Main Street

Tony Mand, owner of Ziggy's Pub was a recipient of a 2016 Building Improvement Grant for interior and exterior renovations to his building.


24 N. Main Street

A BIG Grant awarded to Ted Buetow, owner of Theo's 24, was used toward the tear off of the false facade and restoration of the historical facade at 24 N. Main.


175 S. Main Street

Connie & Wally Shaffer were awarded a BIG Grant in 2015 for updates to the interior and exterior of their business Connie's Diner.


19 Sheboygan Street

Mike & Cheryl Krueger, owners of the business Krueger's Hair Replacement Center and the building located at 19 Sheboygan Street were recipients of a 2015 Facade Grant Award.


90 S. Main Street

Awve Development received a BIG Grant to help with the renovation of the front facade of 90 S. Main including doors, windows and brick.


111 S. Main Street

The Oak's Development Group, owner of the building at 111 S. Main Street was the recipient of a BIG Grant in 2015. The renovation project received Best Facade Renovation Project under $7500 at the 2015 Wisconsin Main Street Awards Ceremony.


18 E. Division Street

Tanya Marcoe, owner of the business Inspired By You and the building located at 18 E. Division Street received a Facade Grant Award in 2013.

Total project cost: $7,938.


25 N. Main Street

Angie Bingen, owner of the building located at 25 N. Main Street received a Facade Grant Award in 2012.

Total project cost: $4,662.


15 W. Division Street

Joe Wallander, owner of the business Fat Joe's and the building located at 15 W. Division Street received a Facade Grant Award in 2012.

Total project cost: $27,800.


179 S. Main Street

Byron Pegram, owner of the business Jack's Team Sports and the building located at 179 S. Main Street received a Facade Grant Award in 2011.

Total project cost: $8,000.


28 N. Main Street

Sam Meyer purchased this property in 2008, and has worked diligently to return the building to it’s original splendor. He completed a full interior renovation to the first floor, which is now the new home of The Knitting Room. He painstakingly started on the historic renovation of the exterior of the building, including an extensive restoration of the original masonry work. The results are very impressive. Sam was awarded the 2008 DFP Design of the Year award for this renovation project.


171 S. Main Street

Owner Chuck Boyd completed this historic renovation project in 2007. It is now home to Lillian’s.


121 S. Main Street

Owner Chuck Boyd completed this beautiful interior & exterior restoration project in 2007. The building is now home to Pockets & Bar & Grill. The project was awarded the DFP Design of the Year Award in 2007.


42 N. Main Street

Owner Sam Meyer converted this property in 2006. The upper store is home to the Red Brick Inn Bed & Breakfast, and the lower level is Sam’s State Farm Insurance office. The renovation project earned the Wisconsin Main Street Award for Façade Renovation of the Year in 2006.

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