Restoring a Historic Landmark with High-Performance Materials
The five-story brick and glass structure at 122 S. Main St. in Harrisonburg, Virginia, has more than just an address. It has a name and history steeped in tradition. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Keezell Building sits in the city’s downtown area, and is a proud example of classic revival-style architecture. Just after being built, it housed the Daily News Record offices, printing presses, and was named after the paper inhabiting it, being touted as one of the finest and most modern newspaper buildings in Virginia.