Originally constructed in 1911, the renovated The Joyce, by Bremik Construction and Carleton Hart Architecture, now provides 66 low-income, single-occupancy units with kitchenettes and shared bathrooms. The main level contains support offices and a clinic to provide medical services. Seismic upgrades were made to the unreinforced masonry structure, all building systems were replaced, and a new elevator was installed. Exterior brickwork was repointed and cleaned, and the upper story windows were replaced. The storefront was reconstructed to provide pedestrian weather protection and visual interest. The client’s 30% DMWESB utilization goal was exceeded with 38.7% total participation.