Luster returns to community gem
The Louis Sullivan Building has graced Newark’s Courthouse Square for over a century. One of only eight banks designed by noted American architect Louis Sullivan, it is both a national treasure and a treasured piece of central Ohio’s heritage. In 2013, the building was generously gifted to the Licking County Foundation by Newark native, Stephen Jones. Since early 2014, the Licking County Foundation and a team of community volunteers known as Team Sullivan have been working to develop a plan for the Louis Sullivan Building of Newark’s restoration and reuse. There’s great article about it entering its final phase of restoration here. Some of our work for this incredible project is featured here.