A mostly uninhabited four-story, 100-year-old structure near Jack London Square that is badly in need of an update, the exterior and interior are being completely redone in order to provide contemporary interior spaces and a new façade to attract potential office and retail tenants. The badly weathered existing exterior siding is being replaced at the upper floors, a new brick veneer is being added at the first floor, and all of the exterior windows and entry storefronts are being replaced. At the same time, the main lobby and atrium are being refinished and the building’s restrooms are being completely gutted and rebuilt with a new accessible layout and contemporary finishes. The focal point of the building is the exposed elevator shaft, which is being refinished; and the tenant areas are being retrofit with new mechanical ventilation, lighting, and power. This project is currently under construction.