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Town to commemorate Danville Hotel, McCauley House restoration

Dedication event set for Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

Danville town officials are set to recognize the recent restoration of the historic Danville Hotel and McCauley House with a dedication ceremony downtown Wednesday evening.

The two landmark Danville buildings, both of which date back to the 1890s, were renovated and preserved as part of Castle Companies' redevelopment of the Danville Hotel site at the corner of Hartz and West Prospect avenues, which now also features more than 34,500 square feet of new restaurant space, storefronts and apartments that started opening late last year.

With the restoration work ongoing, the Danville Town Council in October officially declared the Danville Hotel and McCauley House as town heritage resources.

Town officials, Castle Companies representatives and community members are set to come together at the site Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. for a public dedication of the two heritage buildings. Mayor Karen Stepper will officiate the event at 411 Hartz Ave.

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