A view of the old Building 160 in August 2005. (8/05)
November 15, 2014
- Five years later, the building has been buffed and scrubbed, and given two new floors on top.
A closer view of the south side of the building, in August 2005. (5/08)
A different angle of the same side of the building, with the renovating completed, and showing the penthouse units on top. (2/26/12)
The interior of the then-soon-to-open Potbelly Sandwich Works on the northwest corner of the building, seen via peeking through a smudgy window. (2/26/12)
The southwest corner of the building, where Kruba Thai and Sushi opened on Nov. 9, 2012. A new awning has been installed over the sidewalk, in preparation for outdoor restaurant seating. (11/9/12)
Looking at Evo Furniture Gallery, which opened in summer 2013. At far left is the outdoor seating for Kruba. (11/11/13)
One end of the Foundry Lofts's interior courtyard, showing a seating area and the yoga platform. (1/25/12)
The community room. For more photos of the building's interior and the courtyard, see this gallery.
The view looking southward along the balconies of the two-story penthouse units. The Yards Park and the Douglass Bridge are visible at right. (1/25/12)
>A shot showing the very industrial look of the units, with the Navy Yard visible through the windows. (11/1/11)
The hallways, running along windows looking at the interior courtyard. (11/1/11)
Looking at the Pattern Joiner Shop building from the southeast, in August 2005. (The huge wheels are just an added bonus.) (5/08)
The same angle 6 1/2 years later, standing in what is now the Yards Park
Looking at the Pattern Joiner Shop building from Fourth Street, in December 2007. (12/07)
Another view of the building, looking north in August 2005, while the DOT HQ
was still under construction. The DOT HQ is at the left/center (with 3rd Street bisecting its two buildings). (08/05)
November 15, 2014
- The same spot, now smack in the middle of the Yards Park
, with construction nearing completion.
The Foundry Lofts building, as seen in a wide-angle-lens shot from Third and Tingey in December 2006. (See, I told you it was Building 160.) (12/06)
A non-wide-angle-lens shot from the same location, with the renovation completed. (2/26/12)
And a nighttime view of the building's southern end, the same as the rendering at the top of the page, to bring everything full circle. (11/16/12)