Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Carson Block Building (Historic Renovation)

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Carson Block Building

On April 8th, 2016, a ribbon cutting ceremony was hosted by the owner, NCIDC to celebrate the opening of the Carson Block Building, with officials and stakeholders in attendance, as well the design and construction teams. The project completion of this 51,000 sq. ft. historical rehabilitation of the Carson Block Building will be in two months. The Carson Block Building was originally built in 1892 and is located at the historic part of downtown Eureka. The ribbon cutting was proceeded by a Native American blessing, and following this all invitees were welcomed to explore the rehabilitated building. The large group reconvened in the multi-purpose space, which is not quite finished, but waiting for future money to complete the crown jewel of this historic structure. Refreshments were served by the local restaurant community and speeches were made by all the main participants and all rejoiced in the completion of this significant building of historic Eureka.  

Lower photo: NCIDC executive director Terry Coltra welcomed the crowd and hosted the ceremony. The new tenants are officially moving into the newly renovated space. Read More>

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