The charred remains of an iconic log cabin skyscraper on Lambert Street may be renovated with help from the city.
Last February, the two-storey apartment building caught fire days before an antique store on the ground level was set to open.
The roof completely burned and the interior of both cabins were extensively damaged.
However, insurance will cover little more than half of the $90,000 in renovations that need to be done.
Apartment owner Terry Atkins is looking for a $40,000 donation from the city to restore the heritage buildings.
He’s hoping to tap the city’s Heritage Fund.
But council may only belly up half the money.
They vote Monday night whether to give $20,000 to Atkins.
The double-decker and three-storey cabin skyscrapers were built in 1949 by prospector Martin Berrigan.
The three-story cabin skyscraper wasn’t affected by the fire last winter.