Historic Bordens Building, Whitehall
Renovation plans are underway for the Historic Bordens building in the heart of downtown Whitehall. Bordens is a landmark and iconic symbol of Whitehall. Nearly every lifelong resident has a special memory of the building.
The 13,000 square foot, two story brick building was built by Lott and Hilda Borden in 1913 with additions in 1919, 1929 and 1941. It housed a café, bar and hotel and was the center of social life for many years. JLDC purchased the building in 2010.
Renovation plans include loft-style apartments on the second floor and offices, commercial and retail space on the main floor. Additional people living and working downtown will bring back some of the vitality lost after Whitehall's downtown fire of 2009.
High Plains Architects completed a feasibility study on the project in 2011 thanks to a Preserve America planning grant from the Montana State Historic Preservation Office.
Contact us if you would like to reserve your space in the building.
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Bordens as of March 2013. Without the broken awnings,
the original windows are visible.