It appears to be all over but the siding, and this building continues to fall short of what the Historic Preservation Commission thought they were approving. See for yourselves.
The biggest problem is that the drawing approved by the Historic Preservation Commission mispresents the size of the box windows in the "storefronts." The dimensions are given in notations on the drawing, but in order for the HPC to know if the drawing accurately reflected those dimensions, they would have had to have gone to the site and measured the building. Note too that the chimney, which was demolished without a certificate of appropriateness and which the owners were ordered to rebuild, is still missing.
So what are the consequences for building owners who flout the City's preservation laws and destroy the historic integrity of Warren Street with such an incompatible eyesore as this?