Market Ross Place, a building on the National Register of Historic Places, recently underwent a $4 million renovation. Built in 1905, this historical development consists of 3 buildings connected by a 5-story atrium. K2 was selected to complete major building renovations to the main entrance lobby, atrium lobby, tenant lounge and all common areas on five floors including fitness centers, conference centers and restrooms. The most significant construction effort involved building structural concrete columns up five floors to accommodate the installation of a decorative screen on the atrium-facing side of the elevator. This project was completed while the building remained fully operational.
“GFF and K2 did a wonderful job enhancing and modernizing the building’s original character. We are confident that our current and future tenants will enjoy utilizing the new spaces and amenities,” said Chris Axley, senior vice president of office brokerage at Lincoln Property Company.
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