The 1927 Daylight Building on Union Avenue may be the young century’s most surprising success. Slated for demolition and overlooked by most preservationists, it has become one of downtown’s busiest buildings, a successful mixed-use project for Dewhirst Properties. An unexpected bonus, muffled beneath decades of paint, was the copper façade.

Photo by David Luttrell

The 1927 Daylight Building on Union Avenue may be the young century’s most surprising success. Slated for demolition and overlooked by most preservationists, it has become one of downtown’s busiest buildings, a successful mixed-use project for Dewhirst Properties. An unexpected bonus, muffled beneath decades of paint, was the copper façade.

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