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The building that sits on the corner of Main and West Maple streets was built in 1948 and housed Moody’s Chevrolet and Buick. Shown standing in this early 1950’s photo is original Moody’s owner, Harry Moody; in the window is Harry’s son Bob Moody. The building now houses a multitude of different businesses including Riverwalk Arts and Antiques, Little New York and Flashback Film and Video Transfer.)

Main Street River Falls: Windows opened to the past

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Today’s popular construction trend is returning older buildings to their original state.

That’s exactly what building owners Dan and Pat Nistler are doing at 127 N. Main St.

The Nistlers said the remodel, started in mid-December, includes removing the brick and opening up the original windows, new store front, new flooring and wall coverings.

They think renovation will be finished by mid-February and that at least one retail space will be available March 1.

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Jillian Dexheimer
Jillian Dexheimer has been a copy editor and reporter for the River Falls Journal since 2011. She previously worked for the River Falls Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau. Dexheimer holds a sociology degree from UW-River Falls.
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