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Investor shows interest in Neenah landmark

9:34 AM, Oct. 14, 2013
The former Equitable Reserve Association building at 116 S. Commercial St. in Neenah could be renovated for commercial use or a combination of commercial and residential uses.
The former Equitable Reserve Association building at 116 S. Commercial St. in Neenah could be renovated for commercial use or a combination of commercial and residential uses.
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One of the city's architectural gems, the former Equitable Reserve Association building at 116 S. Commercial St., could be renovated for offices or a combination of offices and high-end apartments.

The Common Council met in closed session recently to discuss providing assistance to an undisclosed local investor who has an option to purchase the three-story stone building from Modern Woodmen of America.

"He's doing his due diligence to determine the economic feasibility," said Chris Haese, Neenah's director of community development and assessment. ...

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