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Danville IL - Bresee Tower, 4 N. Vermilion St. (3 of 3)

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Danville IL - Bresee Tower, 4 N. Vermilion St. (3 of 3)
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Completed in 1918 by the First National Bank of Danville, this 12-story "fireproof" building was built at a cost of 0,000, and remained the home of FNB until 1955. The bank occupied the first floor, mezzanine and lower level. Upper floors were occupied by the offices of doctros, dentists, lawyers, stock brokers, and loan companies.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2000, Bresee Tower looks like a structure that is in bad need of repair. Vacant since 2005, in recent years barricades were placed on the south and east sides of the tower due to concern over falling debris. Today strapping and plywood is seen on the exterior to limit the potential of falling pieces of terra cotta.

Over the past two years, work has been completed to deal with the most hazardous aspects of the structure. While the future of this landmark remains uncertain, restoring and converting the property into some type of mixed use space is a possibility.

The City of Danville is the seat of Vermilion County, and is located in East Central Illinois near the Indiana border. The population of Danville was 33,027 as of the 2010 census.

More photographs of Danville can be found in my "Danville IL" set.

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