Title March 6, 2019

What happens when you redevelop a historic building to create a new urban landmark? If you do it right, you get an award-winning, 10-story mixed-use development with restaurants, stores, offices, residences, event space, and a rooftop entertainment area. The complex opened in 2014, with the developer having invested over $300 million on its rehab, aiming to preserve authenticity while focusing on environmental sustainability. In 2016, the property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and attained LEED-Gold certification.

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