Downtown revitalization: Historic buildings start looking like new


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Colorful stained-glass windows recently returned to the upper windows of the Knights of Pythias building in downtown Seymour, a signal that work on the 1892 structure is nearing completion.

Refurbishing the windows is part of continuing efforts to restore the building’s original facade.

Work at the 103 N. Chestnut St. property and an upgrade underway on the facade of Revel Salon, 202 W. Second St., are among the latest projects fueled by Seymour Main Street and its efforts to preserve the downtown’s historic nature and promote its livelihood.

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