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Built in part with salvaged materials from an 1879 police station, the building was relocated from its waterfront location in 1951 to its current home in a quiet pocket of Lakeview.
The massive renovation was designed by Waggonner and Ball Architects and executed by CORE construction. The building’s historic features were honored and restored whenever possible, qualifying the project for state and federal historic tax credits, and its addition, a new gym, also took inspiration from the neighborhood’s classical historic architecture, said architect Mac Ball.