Half Moon Bay City Hall, Half Moon Bay, CA
Even a small project can be an opportunity to preserve California’s architectural history.
In the small seaside town of Half Moon Bay, the City Hall, built in 1922, looks like a bank because it was—originally the Bank of Half Moon Bay, then the Bank of Italy, and later the Bank of America.
Existing 12 and 16-lite windows were replaced with matching units brought into the 21st century with the use of tempered, double-pane (inert gas) glass.
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