Bringing new life to the former Eaton High School, a much-loved historic building, is an exciting endeavor for the HIT Foundation and partner Miller Valentine Group. See our latest newsletter here for more info!
High School Renovation Gallery
Eaton High School Rehab benefits from Tax Credits
Eaton High School, Barron Street view
The old bell in the courtyard.
Recently, the Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $27.5 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to 19 applicants planning to rehabilitate 33 historic buildings. Together, the projects are expected to leverage approximately $279.4 million in private investments in eight communities. One of those projects is Eagle’s Point at the old Eaton High/Middle School. ... Total Project Cost: $10,879,133; Total Tax Credit: $1,532,269
Once the proud home of the Eaton Eagles, Eaton High School was built in 1926 and served students until 2012. An innovative partnership between Miller Valentine Group and the H.I.T. Foundation will retrofit the building for a mix of uses. Former classroom space will be rehabilitated into affordable housing. The former gymnasium and grand auditorium spaces will be maintained for community use. Finally, a portion of the property will also function as space for Sinclair Community College programming and a restaurant.
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