The Historic Randall Park Neighborhood is in the heart of Eau Claire, Wisconsin with its West borders being Half Moon Lake and 10th Avenue, Chestnut and Fulton Streets to the North, and the Chippewa River on the East and South.  With over 25 buildings registered on the Local Landmark and National Register of Historic Places, this neighborhood has the largest number of historic points of interest within the city of Eau Claire.  The Historic Randall Park Neighborhood values its history, its beautiful natural resources, as well as its diverse mix of residents.  These residents enjoy the conveniences of shopping, dining, and entertainment all within walking distance.  It is no wonder so many people call it home.

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Program Discussing the Economic Benefits of Owning an Older Home or Building

The Eau Claire Landmarks Commission is proud to sponsor an informative program at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 8, 2014, to discuss the economic benefits of owning an older home or commercial building.  Historic preservation is often misunderstood as being economically impractical, yet this is far from the truth.  Jen Davel, Preservation Architect from the Wisconsin Historical Society will be in Eau Claire to speak on the topic focusing on the historic rehabilitation tax credit program.  To find out more, click here.

Let the beauty of the Historic Randall Park Neighborhood become part of your day.

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