Work is now underway to transform the former Norfolk Inn into affordable housing.
Indwells director of projects and development Graham Cubitt says they have begun the process of finding tenants a new place to live while the building undergoes construction.
Cubitt noted that the facility is in rough shape and renovations will be completed top to bottom.
On December 1st, Indwell officially took over the lease and wasted no time removing the signs from the property.
The plan is to renovate the 40 unit building into affordable housing with commercial space on the bottom level.
They plan to have the project complete in the spring of 2020.