Waterloo Village has received a $3 million grant that will be used to restore three historic buildings. According to the New Jersey Herald, the money will be spent on the Seymour Smith House, the Tenant House and the Hotel and Tavern building.
Restoration plans reportedly include restoring the Tenant House's exterior, lower and middle floors along with renovating and stabilizing the top floor. The first and second floors of the Seymour Smith House will also be restored and specific architectural elements on the exterior will be renovated. Money will be spent to restoration to the exterior and interior of the Waterloo Hotel and Tavern, specifically the first floor, hallway and some rooms on the second floor.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.