Another SKL adaptive reuse project. I worked on this lately for late DDs to CDs, as well as design review documents. We love this project as it sits in the heart of the Pike/Pine corridor. New construction has definitely been perceived in a negative light by the populace: once complete, they are expensive, usually remove much-loved brick-clad buildings of a previous age, and then showcase tenants who charge $12 for tacos or $4 for coffee.
It's incredible how much difference floor to ceiling glazing does to a space. The city feels like it's just outside, part of your office or living room.