605 Erie Avenue Historic Preservation Certification Application

Location Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Project Type Historic Preservation
Certification Application
Parts 1, 2, and 3
Year 2014

Jennifer and Mark Lehrke purchased the historic Prange House in the fall of 2014 and undertook an extensive restoration project to convert the building into four professional office suites utilizing state and federal Historic Preservation Tax Credits by listing it in the State and National Registers of Historic Places. We completed the first two of three parts of the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives application, Part 1 Evaluation of Significance and Part 2 Description of Rehabilitation. Later this year, we anticipate completion of the third part, Request for Certification of Completed Work.

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605 Erie Avenue Restoration
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"A Finished Tale: Renovator Looks to Future" The Sheboygan Press.
"A Sense of Place: Restoring Home in a Sustainable Way" The Sheboygan Press.
"Improvements Bring 1923 Prange Mansion Up to Date" The Sheboygan Press.
"Craftsmen Use Traditional Techniques, Materials to Restore Prange Home" The Sheboygan Press.
"Back to Life - Local Architect Tackles Restoration of Prange Home" The Sheboygan Press