Center for Metal Arts Gets $1.5M Grant To Restore Historic Steel Mill Buildings

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The Center for Metal Arts in Johnstown has been awarded a $1.5 million grant to restore three iconic former steel mill buildings at the Cambria Iron Works, a National Historic Landmark.

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