the mill

By: Lesley

Jul 30 2014

Category: Elora, SIGNS

12 Comments

Exciting renovations are underway at the Elora Mill. It was originally a grist mill, then more recently a popular inn and restaurant. But after more than four years of planning, applications, assessments, etc. work has begun on the mixed use space for a hotel, commercial and residential property, a new bridge and parkland. There are more pictures and information on the development plans here. The really good news is that the town is behind the project!

Participating in signs, signs

map

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12 comments on “the mill”

  1. Wow, that is one major project. It is nice to see towns revitalizing old landmarks. Visiting from signs, signs. Have a great week.

  2. Looks like a beautiful building!

  3. It will be fabulous!!

  4. It does so well in B&W.

  5. Great photo

  6. Old mills are always a great find. Tom The Backroads Traveller

  7. the bw treatment is very appropriate here.

    SIGNS, SIGNS

  8. Glad it’s getting a new lease on life. Looks like a nice place!

  9. Always makes me happy to see a beautiful building getting a new start .. looking lovely. Hope you are well and just too busy to blog this summer. We’ve been traveling so I haven’t done too much either.

  10. This is good news! I love it when our heritage buildings transform into something useful and current while, as much as possible, maintaining its original architecture.

  11. Was this your last post? Hope you have posed since then? Its’ a great subject (renovation of historic buildings)!

  12. lovely photo – hope it does well


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