The core and shell renovation of the Paxton Building included the restoration of the structure’s first two levels to their historic 1920’s state. Period design features and architectural elements were preserved, like the original marble walls and terrazzo tile floors in the two-story lobby and the molded ceilings of the grand ballroom. The upper floors of the 11-story building were prepared for the construction of 60 condo and custom-built penthouse units – over 30 of which were later finished by Lund-Ross. New additions were constructed to update the historic building, and office space was built into the second floor for condo buyers to utilize. A restaurant – the upscale Chophouse at the Paxton – and retail storefronts are on the ground level. Lund-Ross was honored with a 2007 Outstanding Achievement Award for the Paxton by Downtown Omaha, Inc.