Address: 125 N. Kickapoo St Show Map Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
The Scully Building is a beautiful example Richardsonian Romanesque architecture that prominently stands on the corner of Kickapoo & Pekin streets in downtown Lincoln. The building was constructed in 1905 at a cost of $60,000 by the son and widow of William Scully. Originally, the Scully Building was the headquarters of the Scully Estate operations. The Scully’s owned 225,000 acres of land in the Midwest. The leases on those acres were managed from this building. After standing as a landmark for nearly a century, the Scully Building was severely damaged by fire on January 16th, 2001. In September of 2008 Integrity Holdings purchased the historic Scully Building with a vision to "restore the structure's beauty and elegance while paying respect to the years of service it has rendered." Demolition of the burned out structure took 4 months with 160 tons of debris and 10 tons of recycled metal removed during that time. Over 6 months of work went into repair and restoration the red sandstone facade, the showcase of the building's exterior. On September 13th, 2010, the Scully Building re-opened for business as the home office for Integrity Data.