Posted: Nov 12, 2012 6:08 PM by Katy Harris KXLF News
The Urban Revitalization Agency in Butte is working with a private property owner to turn around a Main Street building.
The Jamz Building currently sits empty but has new electrical wiring, plumbing, floors and roof.
The URA Board and the private property owner are working together to turn the building around and have it occupied.
U RA says windows tend to get broken out on the 2nd floor, and that wind will blow around other boards inside.
But besides that the building is in good condition and has the potential to make a great space.
URA Community Enrichment Director Karen Byrnes says, "It's just in a spot where we think that we need to work with them to try and get it to out into someone else's hands that can do something. It's in a good place, we just need to get it turned around."
Byrnes thinks the Jamz Building would make a great student center for high school students.
The 2nd floor space would be good for office space.