Former Greenwood City Hall Building Gets New Occupant
Greenwood’s old city hall is getting a new occupant after sitting vacant for a few years.
According to the Daily Journal, the Cornerstone Autism Center plans to open its second Greenwood location in the building, which is located at 2 N. Madison Ave.
The building, which was sold to Greenwood-based real estate agency Randy Faulkner and Associates earlier this year, has been vacant since the city moved its offices and operations to the new Greenwood City Center three years ago.
At the new location, the Cornerstone Autism Center will serve older children and young adults with autism who are working toward independence and the transition into adulthood, according to the article.
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This local update courtesy of your Greenwood Community Expert.