Sturgeon Bay council votes on Teweles and Brandeis granary sublease

The 1901 Teweles and Brandeis Granary crosses the Oregon Street Bridge Monday, June 24, 2019 in Sturgeon Bay.

STURGEON BAY – The Teweles and Brandeis Granary will keep on being on the city’s west waterfront after Sturgeon Bay Prevalent Council voted on Tuesday.

Metropolis leaders obtained a grasp lease from the condition for the much larger West Waterfront region and the granary ton. The council authorised a sublease for the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society, who agreed and took responsibility for maintaining the construction.

The historic grain elevator moved throughout the Maple-Oregon Bridge in 2018, then returned to its unique tackle in 2019 following the modern society advocated intensely for its return. Historical Society President Christie Weber stated the granary will transfer as soon as a lot more, but only about 50 feet on the plot so it stands on its unique basis. 

The society options to develop a different constructing north of the granary to household a community restroom and catering kitchen area. The team intends for persons to use the granary as an event room in the long run. They recently adjusted creating strategies to widen windows and include yet another bank on the ground ground to make certain safety for submit-pandemic gatherings.