The Johnson Deconstruction Company is busy renovating the building that was built in the 1930s. The Dundee Bank will be moving in.
Rick Leeds, with Johnson Deconstruction, said the new occupant will, “utilize a structure that has great sentimental value, great presence in the neighborhood and save a lot of materials on the inside that are old and somewhat valuable.”
Johnson Deconstruction will also take apart three condemned homes close to the building also purchased by the bank, saving lumber, fixtures and other valuable parts found in the homes. Those parts will be used for other homes and projects.