Swaney Sales is currently working with RDV Corporation in renovating the office space formerly occupied by Fifth Third Bank, in downtown Grand Rapids. An additional seventh floor will add office spaces, common areas, and conference rooms. The old dark tinted windows will be replaced by clear corner mitered windows.
The Frank Lloyd Wright inspired windows' size, paired with Michigan winters, brought the need for a tailored solution from an experienced industry veteran- met head on by Swaney Sales. West Michigan's most trusted team, since 1984.
Swaney's fully customized heating enclosure, shown above, encompasses the inside the parameter of the entire building.
This made the vision of the building's sleek design a reality.
"Our custom heating solution exceeded expectations and brought the vision of the design to life." CEO of Swaney Sales, Steve Swaney, said in a statement. "We look forward to improving downtown Grand Rapids and enjoy working with like minded, local family businesses."
The RDV Corporation's vision (above) bridges the gap from present to future, paying homage to downtown Grand Rapids' architectural history- with an aesthetically modern design.
"We believe that 200 Monroe is an important piece of downtown's core," Dick DeVos, RDV Corporation's chairman, said in a statement. "We're excited to breathe new life into this more than 50-year-old building, modernizing its overall appearance and opening it up to street level."
The new building will compliment a growing downtown for years to come - further solidifying Swaney Sales footprint, both in Grand Rapids and the surrounding areas.