The Worthington Economic Development Authority earlier this week approved three separate applications to its popular Facade Improvement Matching Grant Program.
One application was submitted for work to be done on the building located at 312 10th St., which is home to Top Asian Food and Deli. Work includes replacing front windows, doors and framing. Two bids for the work were submitted by the applicant, with the low bid being MC Glass and Key in the amount of $28,839.16.
As the property is zoned B-2 Central Business, it is eligible for a 1:1 to match. The project was awarded the full eligible amount of $10,000.
Another application was submitted for work to be done to the Demuth Agency building located at 1234 Oxford St. Work will take place along the sides of the building facing Oxford Street and Church Avenue and will include replacing four windows, two doors and some maintenance to existing doors. Two bids for the work were received, with a total low bid of $9,354.38 (including the building permit) accepted from Worthington Glass
As the property is zoned B-3 General Business, it's eligible for a 1:2 match of up to $5,000. The project was awarded the maximum eligible amount of $3,086.94.
The third application came from the Masonic Temple Association for work to be done on the building it owns at 201 10th St.. This building is rented by Serenity Gifts, and work to be done there includes replacing windows, dopoe, frame and sidelites. The lowest of two bids for the work came from Worthington Glass in the amount of $23,214.58.
The property is zoned B-2 and was awarded the full eligible amount of $10,000.