Village of Orland Park

Nurture is revitalizing three historic properties, including the esteemed Humphrey House Museum, for the Village of Orland Park. Dating back to 1881 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this iconic residence once belonged to Orland Park's inaugural mayor, John Humphrey. At the Humphrey House, Nurture is overseeing enhancements to the ground floor to ensure ADA accessibility within the museum interior, alongside the installation of new mechanical systems to facilitate museum storage on the second floor. Additionally, efforts are underway to stabilize the original timber frame of the Stellwagen Farmhouse, poised to welcome a new wave of visitors.

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Nurture is concurrently developing a master plan for the 5-acre Boley Farm, aimed at integrating walking paths adorned with interpretive agricultural exhibits; a series of updated programs and special events will shine a spotlight on the rich heritage of Orland Park. This comprehensive initiative involves an analysis of existing structures, coupled with strategic plans to fortify the farm's infrastructure while implementing energy-efficient design solutions to ensure continued accessibility for the local community.