Downtown Campbellsville – Main Street
The Burton Building sold June 1, 2010 and is now being renovated. There are new repairs to the masonry, windows, and roofing. The original iron work and glass transom in the rear has been restored. The interior is remodeled for offices and upstairs condo.
Renovations at the Bank of Campbellsville Building continue. This is number 2 for the building within the past year. This time, the first floor is being refinished as office space. Highlights of the renovation include exposing the original mosaic tile floors and new exposed brick. 3 hand painted mural were custom made to finish out the decor.
The exterior renovation of the Merle Norman building is complete. Special soda blasting techniques were used to aid refinishing of the historic iron work on the east side. The east side of the building was repainted. A new awning was installed.
The Green Room officially opened March 17, 2009. The Green Room is a remarkable salon and day spa known as the Main Street Retreat.
The Bank of Campbellsville Building gets a 2nd story renovation to house a new apartment. The floorplan is a 2 bedroom, 1-bath, with gourmet kitchen. The interior walls are exposed historic brick.
The exterior was refinished and re-painted with period accurate colors.
Merchants Hotel is now officially renamed to Merchant Tower. Renovations begin.
The old Merchants Hotel was sold to a private firm July 1, 2008.
April 2008 – Renovations begin on a 130 year old building in downtown Campbellsville on Main Street.