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The current owner of the original Bank of Coronado building in downtown Coronado is seeking historic designation of the building at the Feb. 15 Historic Resource Commission at 3 PM in City Council Chambers. The building was completely restored over 10 years ago and now houses the Coronado Historical Association, Coronado MainStreet, the Coronado Visitors Center, The Museum Store and Tent City Restaurant. If approved, it will be the first commercial building in Coronado to be so designated. MainStreet supports the designation.
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Founding MainStreet Board Member Christopher Ackerman, AIA & Team were selected by the Coronado City Council on Feb. 7, 2012 to complete the Needs Assessment and Conceptual Design for a new Senior Center Facility. Congratulations Chris!
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Mark your calendars for the 22nd annual car show MotorCars on MainStreet. This year, in addition to the display of over 400 pre-'73 vintage cars, we will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Corvette. Come enjoy the show happening on April 22, 2012 right in downtown Coronado. More information on our web site below..
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The 22nd annual car show, MotorCars on MainSteet is coming soon! Please click below for more information and our registration form.
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Downtown Coronado revitalization program
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Main Street is a revitalization strategy used in over 1,700 cities and 40 states to keep the heart of the community healthy, to save its historic buildings, revive its commercial core, strengthen business, control community-eroding sprawl, and keep a sense of place and community life in America. Developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation's National Main Street Center, the program encourages imaginative use of business and government resources to support local downtown and neighborhood commercial district revitalization efforts.