Today, Wilmington’s riverfront turnaround is taken for granted. Yet as recently as the 1970's it was a total dump.
“Berlin 45” was not an infrequent description of the falling down, condemned buildings that littered the Christina River. How exactly did the Riverfront get from point A to Point B?
To shed light on this incredible transformation, we welcome Mr. Jim Tevebaugh, founder of Tevebaugh Architecture, the distinguished architect responsible for turning around dozens of historic Wilmington buildings.
Through photographs, Jim will tell the story of his company's reconstruction of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad station, the Kent Building (1885), now a Capital One office, and the Train station parting deck.