Post-Fire Architectural Documentation of the Historic Tama Complex
Historic Records Review
The City of Burlington
The Historic Tama Complex in Burlington, which includes the Tama Building (built in 1896) and the Chittenden and Eastman Commercial Building, sustained severe damage from a fire in 2018. The buildings are the oldest landmarks at the intersection of Jefferson and North 3rd Streets, which the intersection significant holding numerous key buildings near the center of the Downtown Commercial Historic District.
Impact7G was retained to determine if the buildings maintained enough integrity to remain eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. After intensive review of historical records, site visits to determine current property conditions, and coordination with local and statewide architectural preservation groups, Impact7G was able to conclude that the buildings maintain enough integrity to remain contributing resources to the Downtown Commercial Historic District.
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