Located across from historic Findlay Market, 1801-1805 Elm Street is a major landmark in the neighborhood and a key piece of the redevelopment efforts in the area. Activating this highly visible property, once fully occupied by the Globe Furniture Company, has already had a major impact. The project’s anchor tenant, People’s Liberty, occupies floors two and three, with a connection to the street via a gallery space on Elm Street. The gallery features a new installment each quarter. 4EG (Four Entertainment Group) moved its office to the fourth floor space at the Globe Building in May 2015, and Jean-Robert de Cavel opened a French Crust Cafe in the first floor commercial space in October 2016. The project cost was 4 million dollars, Lightship is purchasing the building for 1.8 million dollars. This transaction will be delayed 9 months as we wait for the historic tax credits to expire.