This is the original Brooks Arcade Building which was built in 1891 in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The facade featured a Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. This facade is very similar in design to the City-County Building. Prior to the restoration the building had been primarily vacant for almost 40 years and was in poor condition.
This is the new mixed-use AlphaGraphics Building in 2002 with the historic facade completely restored. Restoration of the facade was done by Child Enterprises Masonry Specialists
This is the main lobby of the AlphaGraphics Building. Herman Miller furniture is throughout the two floors designed and installed by
Both commercial floors have a low profile Haworth raised floor system with all electrical and data installed. Carpet squares are by InterfaceFLOR.
The project was an extremely fast track design build with Big D as the general contractor, GSBS Architects, and AlphaGraphics as the owner.