Charleston Hall is a mixed-use project located within the Las Vegas 18b Arts District that was originally intended to be an Adaptive Reuse project. However, after reviewing geotechnical reports and after months of examining the existing building, which was originally built in 1959, it was determined the existing building’s structure was inadequate for further vertical development and would require complete demolition. The project consists of a Food Hall on the first level and six (6) high-end residential loft apartments on the second level. The Food Hall program includes six (6) restaurants, a large bar, and art gallery within 9,000 square feet. The second level apartments are approximately 2,000 square feet with large outdoor decks and sectional glass "garage" doors. The architecture fits within the context of the eclectic mid-century modern industrial neighborhood. After construction documents were completed, the owner decided to sell the building and find a new site in downtown Las Vegas to construct the new food hall from the ground up.