The project to renovate the 1960s-era office building at 930 15th Street continues making good progress. In mid-March we posted photos showing that the first sections of the existing building facade were being removed. The project entails the removal of the building’s dated exterior and a reskinning of the structure with a modern glass curtain wall, along with a complete remodel of the interior, all new building systems, and new ground-floor commercial uses. With the renovation also comes a rebranding of the building as The Link.
Project construction has reached a milestone: the building’s original facade is now entirely gone, revealing the superstructure. We don’t get to see an old building in this “naked” condition very often, so let’s take a look before the new glass skin starts going up.