TOPEKA (KSNT) — A Kansas business is getting a big boost from the state to bring new life to a historic property.

The 1890 Icehouse in downtown Meriden, Kansas, is an outdoor music venue. Its owners, two brothers, Derek and Jerry Cozadd, are renovating the 133-year-old building, and hope to bring it back to its former glory.

They recently applied for the Commercial Rehabilitation Grant Program through the Kansas Department of Commerce. The 1890 Icehouse received nearly $34,000 in the form of a historic economic asset lifeline grant through the state.

The grant is a owner 50% grant match, meaning the owners have to match the grant out of pocket by 50%.

They are currently closed for normal business hours, though they are hosting live music to help with building mortgage and utilities in the interim of completion of the renovation and opening.