Originally constructed in 1934 by renowned Cleveland based architecture firm Walker and Weeks. The U.S Postal Service moved its main Cleveland office to the Union Terminal Tower complex. By the 1980’s the U.S Post Office had moved and in 1990 renovations were made to convert the space into offices.
K&D Management purchased the property in 2017 and contracted RAM Construction Services clean and perform light restoration of the façade. A water soaking method has been employed to provide the gentlest means possible to clean the façade of years of atmospheric staining. The main challenge in this project is the multitude of materials used on the façade, each representing a unique challenge to clean and restore to its former glory.