LOGAN—The Logan Downtown Alliance will recognize nine downtown properties for their efforts in interior renovation in the cultural heart of Logan on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, from 3:00pm to 8:00pm. Each property has demonstrated a substantial effort to reinvest in downtown Logan.
Properties that have revitalized space in downtown Logan to be highlighted during the self-guided walking tour are Center Street Salon, Salon Que, Directive, Joyride Bike Shop, Knit Unique, and LifeStyle Homes. Three additional properties are also included in the tour for their significance to downtown; they are the Arimo Block, the Historic County Courthouse, and the Utah Theatre.
The Arimo Block, located at 170 North Main Street, is celebrating 100 years. It has served as home to the Arimo Pool Hall, Leon Stucki Building Specialties, Fonnesbeck Knitting Works, Harris Music Studio, and even Logan City municipal offices. The Bear River Association of Governments is hosting the 100th Year celebration Open House on Tuesday, September 24 in conjunction with the tour.
The Historic County Courthouse, which was restored in 2006, is also included in the tour because it is the oldest county building in Utah that is still being used for its original purpose.
The Utah Theatre, currently undergoing extensive interior renovation, will be open to the general public during the tour for an inside look at what will be one of the most significant downtown properties in the coming tomorrows. See what is taking place now and get a close-up look at the exciting renovation in progress.