Work on Nashua's Hunt Memorial Building nears completion
Work on the refurbished 1903 building has been under way in various stages since 2004 but is now almost complete.
The aldermanic Finance Committee recently approved $30,634 in masonry work on the building, which is designed to fix hidden leaks from deteriorated plaster and problems associated with Hurricane Irene in 2011 and the October Nor’easter just two months later.
Since so much money has already been invested to improve the interior of the building, Lozeau said it is important to protect the outside of the building as well.
According to Deane, there were talks about possibly selling the building decades ago. Deane said he is pleased the city ultimately decided to keep and restore the structure.
Six private offices were previously constructed into the layout of the beautifully refurbished building, which also includes a large common area rented for events such as weekend piano recitals, anniversary parties and bridal showers.
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