Trade Winds project takes shape downtown

By Daniel Dunkle | Feb 07, 2013
Courtesy of: Rockland City Code Office Drawings on file at City Hall show the finished look of the new addition at the front of the Tradewinds Motor Inn in Rockland's downtown.

Rockland — The exterior of a new 448-square-foot addition to the Trade Winds Motor Inn appears to be near completion at the corner of Park and Main streets, serving as a prominent new feature on the city's landscape.

According to records at the Rockland Code Office, the project was expected to cost $100,000. The square footage is spread over three floors where the renovation and addition has been made.

The project adds a new entrance to the restaurant and will have a new display area for the inn's sign. The project includes two new balconies that will have glass guard rails.

Part of the work was done as part of a city downtown facade grant.

Workers are now doing interior work on the project.

Daniel Dunkle can be reached at or 594-4401.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Dale Hayward | Feb 08, 2013 07:20

What a perfect use for GRANT MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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