The Casey Architecture firm calls this 1914 office building home. Prior to the purchase of the building by the Casey Development Company in 2000, the Holland was struggling to meet contemporary standards.

Casey Architecture managed the Historic Tax Credit Project, and paid special attention to the building’s original details. Restorations included the stabilization of marble lining all major halls, mosaic floors rescued from beneath glued-on carpet, the re-utilization of original doors and molding, and the renovation of the operable windows into double-paned pieces.

Contemporary additions were also made in deference to the historic character. Energy efficient and individuality controlled HVAC systems were installed as the window units were removed, fiber-optic internet was installed, and restrooms were updated for modern comfort. The building, still under Casey management, is a prominent and strategic property in downtown Springfield.