This April we’re celebrating Architecture Month with AIA. Every Wednesday and Friday I’ll be introducing you to a guest blogger who will tell us all about whats happening in the Dallas architecture world. Today Kelly Mitchell is going to talk to us about the history and transformation of one of our favorite Downtown haunts, the Hospitality Sweet.
The ‘Old’ Post Office and Federal Building at 400 North Ervay in downtown Dallas was originally opened in 1930. In addition to being home to the United States Post Office, it also housed the Federal Court System, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and numerous other government offices and agencies. In 2011, the upper levels were beautifully converted into apartments and the lobby was restored. While the USPS operation onsite has been reduced, it still remains open on the ground floor.Full Story