Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Mulligan Building Nears Completion

Updated look at the storefronts along
N. Campbell Street at the Mulligan
Bldg. (In*Situ Architecture)
Storefronts along the ground floor of the Mulligan Building in Downtown El Paso have been fitted with doors and windows, as seen in a photo posted at the Facebook page of firm In*Situ Architecture, facebook.com/InSituArchitecture.

The five-story building will provide 73,000 square feet to the City of El Paso to be used by the Information Technology and Engineering & Construction Management departments.

The $13.7 million project is part of the City’s decision last year to vacate the former City Hall in order to make room for the Triple-A baseball stadium scheduled to open this year. The building was donated to the City by local businessman Paul Foster.
A look at the interior of the Mulligan Building, which is nearing completion in Downtown El Paso. (In*Situ Architecture)

The rehabilitation project has restored many of the building’s historic features which were covered up for decades by a beige façade. The project is scheduled for completion within the next few months.

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