The current structure has received only minor repairs and updates since it was built in 1954. With all of the original windows, heating systems, and floors still in place, the building faces constant HVAC/energy issues.
Recent studies have concluded the building’s site energy use intensity to be 57.5% higher than the average comparable building. Electric costs were also found to be nearly $3,000 higher than the average comparable building.
The current structure is also not up-to-date on today's standards in ADA accessibility, security, or technology.