In 2014, Landis completed the renovation and adaptive reuse of the historic, 17-story building located at 1501 Canal Street into residential apartments for low-income seniors. As a design-build project, Landis took the existing historic shell and transformed it into a home for many elderly residents. The building features a steel structure and enamel-coated steel curtain wall exterior, which allowed for open, flexible interior space with minimal interior columns. The entire curtain wall required a complete replacement to match the original details. The renovated building was as beautiful as it was useful, housing 112 apartments complete with two activity rooms, community area, workout center, beauty salon, and first-floor retail space.