Heritage Tower, Longview, TX

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Demo Work Begins on Historic Heritage Tower

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General contractor Hamilton Builders LLC, along with developer Four Corners Development LLC, have begun the process of converting the almost 85-year-old Heritage Tower in Longview, TX into a 36-unit senior citizen apartment complex. Demolition work on the structure at 208 N. Green St. has started on the fourth to sixth floors, and consists of asbestos removal, among other things.

Planned improvements will consist of demo work, where necessary, new plumbing, and installation of flooring, also where necessary. Renovation on the designated local historical landmark is expected to be completed by fall 2020.

The six-story, 45,000-square-foot Heritage Tower delivered in 1935, during the start of the East Texas oil boom. It also housed the McWilliams Furniture Co. for a time, as well as Southwest Reserve Life Insurance Co. The building was known as the Weaver building, before becoming Heritage Tower.

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