Built in 1855, the Sampson Building was used to store gold during the Civil War.
Amenities + Features
The downtown building has undergone recent renovations to provide creative and modern office spaces, while still preserving a level of detail and charm only a well maintained historical building contains. The building features light wells in the ceiling, a new lobby with etched granite tile, an extended pressed tin ceiling, and an elevator. Located in the heart of the Central Business District at the corner of 6th Street and Congress, this historic building is surrounded by dozens of restaurants and attractions only a short walk away.