Dental office planned for old bank building on Jefferson at Llewellyn

A developer has plans to redevelop the 1961 Guardian Savings and Loan building on Jefferson at Llewellyn for a dental office.

The City Plan Commission this week will consider a plan to rework the 6,700-square-foot building. Zoning approved in 2015 calls for a specific use permit for medical offices at street level on Jefferson.

The two-story building was constructed for $115,000 in 1961, according to news reports from the time. The building more recently housed a Spanish Christian bookstore, but it’s been vacant for at least 10 years.

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