August 8, 2014

Anthony to rebuild Main Street site destroyed by fire

Work is set to begin in the Harper County town of Anthony on a Main Street building that will house retail stores and offices. The site was destroyed by fire about five years ago.

A site in Anthony that was destroyed by fire five years ago will be redeveloped, with a groundbreaking set for Aug. 28.

The project, called Anthony 100, will include 41,000 square feet of retail and office space, with Main Street frontage, according to a news release from Tru-Building, which is involved in the project.

The Harper County commission has approved use of Community Improvement District funds for the project, according to the release. Funding for the CID includes money derived from a sales tax approved about three years ago.

TBI Anthony is the developer on the project, and along with Tru-Building and SPT Architecture, it will design and build the two-story building.

The groundbreaking is set for 10 a.m. Aug. 28.

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