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The Helena-Lewis and Clark County Historic Preservation Commission has recommended that the City deny the application to demolish Central School. The Helena City Commission will approve or deny the application during a hearing on February 27. Read more . . .
The passion to preserve historic buildings and places has been around in Montana a lot longer than 30 years, but throughout 2017, MPA will celebrate our three decades of work to keep heritage buildings and cultural landscapes a strong and tangible part of our everyday lives. We’ve come a long way since 1987. Read more . . .
When MPA heard news that the new owner of the Frank Lloyd Wright building in Whitefish submitted a request to demolish Montana’s only commercial building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, we switched into high gear to get to the bottom of the situation. Read more . . .
The Teslow Preservation Group (TPG) is thrilled to announce that construction will soon commence on the roof and high house portion of the Teslow grain elevator in Livingston. Read more . . .
MPA is ecstatic to report that 2016 saw major progress on the Broadway Building in Lewistown. Significant steps were taken to make the site safer and a better neighbor -- and most importantly -- the collapsed rear wall area was infilled and the building was weatherproofed. Read more . . .
We are proud to announce that MPA has started an endowment fund through the Montana Community Foundation. This new fund, once accumulated, will provide a stable foundation to sustain our good work for generations to come. Read more . . .