Landmarks Commission to look at proposed changes to Stevens Building

 Landmarks Commission to look at proposed changes to Stevens Building
This photo shows the panel of corrugated metal that owners of the Stevens Building are proposing to replace with more significant metal siding, as well as some of the garage doors they want to eliminate.

The Hutchinson Landmarks Commission Thursday will take up a request by owners of the historic Stevens Building to make additional modifications to the building on South Main, including adding an in-ground pool.

State historic officials and city staff don’t have any problem with the proposed pool or locating a large shipping container on the property, a memo attached to the meeting agenda indicates.

Officials do, however, object to a plan to replace corrugated metal on the south side of the building at 225 S. Main St. and to frame in seven deteriorating garage doors.

Building owners Scott and Jen Cooley are also proposing to install a set for French doors in one of the garage door bays.

The Cooley’s bought the 47,000-square-foot building in July 2018 and converted a large portion of the building into a salon and day spa. They’re now working on converting the rest of the building into apartments and Airbnb.

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