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Tax Incentive Program Projects
in Otoe County

United States Post Office (Farmers Bank and Trust Company) [OT06:A-005]

Constructed in 1888, the current Farmers Bank and Trust Company was originally the United States Post Office in Nebraska City. Following the rehabilitation, completed in 1991, the Romanesque Revival style-building was converted to office space and a bank.

Duncan-Horstman Building [OT12-002]

The Duncan-Horstman Building, a contributing property in the Unadilla Main Street Historic District, was constructed in 1908. The one-story structure is one of the nine connected buildings that comprise the district. Originally constructed to house a dry goods store, the rehabilitation, completed in 1999, converted the building to retail and office space.

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