OUR MILESTONES

-1883-

William Rogers built The Zeigler House as a gift for his bride, Belle.

-1944-

Charles and Martha Ziegler bought the house.

-1987-

First Presbyterian Church gained ownership of The Ziegler House following Charles’ passing. 

-1990s-

The establishment served as a 7-apartment student rental house. 

The church began to expand its facilities without making plans to preserve the house. Concerned university students collected signatures on a protest petition. 

Cook family agreed to save and relocate the house. Moved it one and a half blocks east to its current location.

The Ziegler House undergoes renovation.

-1991-

Grant Street Inn opened with 14 rooms.

-1995-

Nearby structures, today known as The Dargan House and The Buttercup Cottage were converted from apartments to additional guest rooms increasing the room count to 24.

-2012-

Grant Street Inn constructed the first LEED-certified building, The Hoosier House, accounting for an additional 16 rooms.