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Grand Hotel gifted to create nonprofit Center for Arts and Culture

Citizens Bank Minnesota partner in obtaining State and Federal Historic Tax Credits for The Grand building development

October 26, 2012
The Journal

This week the family of Phillip H. Gross, the original builder of the Grand Hotel, gifted The Grand Hotel Building at 210 N. Minnesota St. to a new entity that includes the nonprofit Grand Center for Arts and Culture (GCAC.) The building has been owned by the Gross/Makepeace family since 2000 and is now being developed into a four-story arts and cultural center for the residents of New Ulm. The development is underway and will include a three- story addition with an elevator to all four floors, live performance space on the first floor in the Kabaret, artist studios, a community gallery funded primarily through the New Ulm Area Foundation, music lesson space, a recording studio, arts and cultural education space and space for the healing arts, such as yoga.



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