This project consisted of a complete rehab of four commercial units on the lower level along with eight apartments on the second and third floors. The commercial units were left as white box for future tenant build out. The historic wood storefronts were replicated from what was found remaining of the originals. The apartments above had original pocket doors that were all restored to working order. This project was not only difficult for the reason of access, but the different financing to get the project complete. R. G. Ross worked with MHDC, Historic Tax Credits, along with private funding to get this project accomplished. We are especially proud of this project as it won the 2008 Landmark most enhanced award.