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319 A Street Update 05/01/16

319 A Street's historic exterior restored as summer 2016 opening nears


319 A Street's historic exterior has been restored as the building's summer 2016 opening nears. New windows have been installed along the building's facade. These windows have been expertly designed to meet historic specifications, restoring 319 A Street to its original glory.


319 A Street facade with new windows


319 A Street facade with new windows


319 A Street was originally a leather warehouse for the Kistler Leather Company. The building later housed P. Pastene & Company, a food importer and retailer. The alley adjacent to 319 A Street is known as Pastene Alley to this day.

Historic photograph of 319 A Street as P. Pastene & Company

Work is moving forward on 319 A Street's rooftop terrace. Steel framing has been erected for elevator and stair access to the roof.

Steel framing for 319 A Street roof elevator and stair access

Interior work continues on 319 A Street's 48 luxurious condominiums and on the Oak + Rowan restaurant in the building's ground floor retail space. 319 A Street's newly restored exterior is a prominent feature along A Street.

319 A Street facade as seen from vicinity of Necco Court

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