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Grant will help in renovation of vacant building in Waukee’s downtown


The city of Waukee has received a $100,000 grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority that will be used to help transform a vacant building in the suburb’s downtown area into new commercial space. The Pin Oak Building at 405 Sixth St. has been vacant for a decade. Elbert Real Estate Group plans on turning the space into a restaurant, something residents want in the downtown. Plans include restoring the building’s original step-down roofline, adding windows and a skylight. The renovation project is estimated to cost $430,000.

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The Pin Oak Building in downtown Waukee is being renovated and will be home to a new restaurant. Rendering special to the Business Record

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