This building is protected under historic preservation laws, and was renovated as a professional leasing property for law offices and an accounting firm. Built on a massive plinth, two facades are adorned with elaborate sandstone decorations in the neoclassical style. Due to decades of vacancy and neglect, the bearing capacity of the floors no longer met code, and the entire building, from the basement to the roof rafters, was gutted. The outer envelope was the only remnant of the original structure to remain intact.
A former addition to the rear of the existing structure has been replaced by a new centrally-located building core containing stairs, entryways, toilets, wardrobes, and break rooms. This aluminum-clad extension is separated by a fully glazed circulation space that demarks a neutral joint between the historic main building and its modern counterpart.