Tax credits will help downtown historic building restoration

This historic building in the center of Wilmington is undergoing renovation by current owner Travis Wendell. It formerly housed the Wilmington Home Center and, befoe that, the O.O Ware store. Lauren Harkawik

WILMINGTON - Travis Wendel, the owner of the building at 1 East Main Street, known to some as the old Wilmington Home Center, has been hard at work in recent weeks — both on the building and on other work, which seems to just keep coming.
Wendel is the owner of Pioneer Timber Frames, a construction company that specializes in timber frames. He says the company has been busier than ever in recent months, due to an increase in renovations spurred by the pandemic.

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