This former Greyhound Bus Depot was originally designed in the Streamline Moderne style by architect George D. Brown and was constructed in the late 1930s. After sitting vacant for several years, the property has now been rehabilitated into a nationally acclaimed restaurant. The project included the rehabilitation and reuse of many historic elements of the original bus station. The boiler room and women’s restroom have been re-purposed into private dining rooms while the refurbished ticket booth now stars as an open kitchen, giving this historic spot a savvy modern twist that attracts visitors from near and far.
Excellence in Rehabilitation Awards recognize projects that make compatible use of a building through repair, alterations or additions while preserving features of the property that convey its historic value