CARADCO Building

CARADCO Building

Dubuque 3.
The Carr, Ryder & Adams Company -- or Caradco -- building, like many of its neighboring and now under-utilized buildings, tells the rich story of Dubuque’s Historic Millwork District. The former factory, occupying an entire city block, was built between 1880 and 1906, with some internal stone walls surviving from an even earlier planing mill on the site. As one of the largest buildings in the historic district and with a remarkable level of historic integrity, the Caradco building has long been a critical component of this important area in downtown Dubuque. Suffering neglect for the past several decades, the Caradco building will now take on an innovative new role that will match its historical and architectural prominence -- acting as a catalyst for the sensitive and sustainable regeneration of the surrounding neighborhood. #CARADCO #Dubuque #Historic_Millwork_District
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