Former dry cleaner building demolished as part of Lebanon Woolen Mills development

A crew from Prominent Builders, a Boston-based design and construction company, work to demolish the former Kleen Dry Cleaners building on Mechanic Street in Lebanon, N.H., on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024. The demolition is part of the planned Lebanon Woolen Mills development, which will include 196 residential units across five buildings. Project Manager Kevin Burke said he expects that construction will be “in full swing” by spring. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

A crew from Prominent Builders, a Boston-based design and construction company, work to demolish the former Kleen Dry Cleaners building on Mechanic Street in Lebanon, N.H., on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024. The demolition is part of the planned Lebanon Woolen Mills development, which will include 196 residential units across five buildings. Project Manager Kevin Burke said he expects that construction will be “in full swing” by spring. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News / Report For America — Alex Driehaus

By ALEX DRIEHAUS

Valley News / Report For America

Published: 02-01-2024 10:16 PM

Modified: 02-03-2024 5:11 PM


A crew from Prominent Builders, a Boston-based design and construction company, demolishes the former Kleen Dry Cleaners building on Mechanic Street in Lebanon on Thursday. The demolition is part of the planned Lebanon Woolen Mills development, which will include 196 residential units in five buildings. Project Manager Kevin Burke said he expects construction will be “in full swing” by spring.

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