24 East Main St. renovations continue, sales contract signed

NORWICH – Renovations will continue over the next month-and-a-half to two months at 24 East Main St. – formerly the location of Frames Unlimited – and the property is now under contract for purchase, according to city officials.



Chris Hayes, owner of Hayes Office Products, has signed a sales contract with the city for ownership of the once dilapidated structure, rehabilitated as part of a third round of Restore NY grant funds awarded the city in the spring of 2010.

Planning and Community Development Specialist Todd Dreyer admitted that renovation of the structure – originally scheduled for completion in June – has taken longer than anticipated, but the approximately $230,000 project will be finished before it changes hands.

“It’s now in contract for purchase and we’re just waiting for the closing,” added Dreyer. “It’s a done deal pending the closing and renovations will continue until we reach that point.”


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