The Mid-Elm lofts, three contiguous buildings in the downtown business district of Dallas, stood vacant for several years, despite the building's historic character and excellent location. Azteca Construction, Architexas and Hull Millwork collaborated on the restoration and renovation of these early 1900s brick and limestone buildings, converting them into luxury loft condominiums.
The project was awarded both state and federal historic tax credits because of the project team's period authentic approach to the work. Hull Millwork restored all the original wood and steel windows and built new windows to match. Hull also restored the building's steel skylights and performed a top-to-bottom restoration of the ground level storefront using salvaged prism glass. To make the old windows operable again, Hull Works manufactured new hardware to match the original.