Reverse the unspeakable horrors of “modernization.”
The glittery, sparkly white-textured façade on the corner of Douglas and Seneca must have seemed like a good idea at the time. But that time was long gone.
Farha Construction turned back the clock, stripping away every plaster remnant of the 60s. Then, each and every brick was removed, scrubbed clean, and relayed to standards set by the National Register of Historic Places.
The building restoration is a work in progress. Moving forward.