Geneva Preservation Commission Seeks Landmark Status For Former Mill Race Inn
The city of Geneva’s Historic Preservation Commission voted 4-1 Tuesday (March 20, 2018) to recommend approval to request landmark status for the former Mill Race Inn.
According to an update on the city’s Development Projects map, the request for historic landmark status of the circa 1846 limestone paper manufacturing building located at 4 E. State St. will be considered by the Geneva City Council Committee of the Whole at 7 p.m. Monday, April 9, at City Hall.
The applicant is Fred H. Zinke, and the property owner is the Shodeen Family Foundation.
A large portion of the vacant former Mill Race Inn restaurant in downtown Geneva was demolished in September of 2016, when crews removed the superstructure and portions of the existing foundation. The restaurant closed in 2011.
The limestone sections of the original 1846 structure are still standing.
Mill Race Inn Site
- Applicant: Fred H. Zinke
- Owner: Shodeen Family Foundation
- Location: 4 E. State St., Ward 5
SOURCE: city of Geneva Projects map