Client
indiana landmarks
Size

7,125 SF

Preserving a Community Landmark with an Eye Toward the Future.

The 1938 Art Moderne Evansville Greyhound Terminal served as a prototype for the bus line’s terminals across the country. The building, clad in enameled steel panels, suffered unsympathetic alterations in the 1980s and was vacant by 2007. The community feared this significant downtown landmark could be demolished, but in 2011, Indiana Landmarks selected us to prepare a rehabilitation study.

The Impact

Our assessment of the building’s condition and needs laid the groundwork for restoring its exterior, including its original steel panels and iconic neon lighting, to their historic splendor. By stabilizing the structure and preventing further decay, we facilitated Indiana Landmarks’ lease with Cunningham Restaurant Group for the interior build-out. This collaboration revitalizes a beloved landmark, guaranteeing its legacy for future generations.

Before Renovation