Fresno’s historic Rowell Building, photographed Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 at Tulare Street and Van Ness Avenue, could become home to the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office if the Board of Supervisors approves a 10-year, $15 million lease. It would consolidate offices now scattered in three different locations into one building. The six-story building was built in 1912 and has been undergoing renovations to prepare it for tenants.
Fresno’s historic Rowell Building, photographed Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 at Tulare Street and Van Ness Avenue, could become home to the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office if the Board of Supervisors approves a 10-year, $15 million lease. It would consolidate offices now scattered in three different locations into one building. The six-story building was built in 1912 and has been undergoing renovations to prepare it for tenants. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Fresno’s historic Rowell Building, photographed Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 at Tulare Street and Van Ness Avenue, could become home to the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office if the Board of Supervisors approves a 10-year, $15 million lease. It would consolidate offices now scattered in three different locations into one building. The six-story building was built in 1912 and has been undergoing renovations to prepare it for tenants. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Historic building may be new home for attorneys, staff with District Attorney’s Office

September 25, 2017 03:14 PM

UPDATED September 26, 2017 07:59 AM

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