Three historic buildings located in the heart of Boonville, Indiana's town square will be demolished soon. A spokesperson with the mayor's office tells Inside INdiana Business the city will use $250,000 in grant money to raze the buildings. The properties are located at 130, 132 and 134 West Locust Street and are slowly crumbling.

The city hopes to put a pocket park in the space once the buildings are gone.

The grant money is from the Indiana Office Community and Rural Affairs and the Indiana Finance Authority.

The timeline for demolition is fluid, but local leaders hope to have the buildings down by the end of the year.

Indianapolis-based American Structurepoint is helping with the project.

Source: Office of Boonville Mayor Pam Hendrickson

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