A remodel to a three-story housing building, initially constructed in four phases 100 years ago. The complex was occupied with housing on the second and third levels and commercial spaces at the ground level, including a community wood shop and art display area. The 44,000 sf remodel consisted of an upgrade to the existing elevator and updated paint and flooring to the common areas. The damaged exterior brick façade was restored to its original aesthetic with significant tuck-pointed and a sealed. We self-performed the seismic upgrade to both the third floor and attic, which consisted of pulling back existing flooring, installing angle-iron at the perimeter, and drilling/epoxying into the existing brick.