To get the historic tax credits, we have to take the walls down to something no less than 50 years old. The first floor has several layers, most recently drywall. There is some old plaster under the drywall. We can't go down to the brick because the plaster is more than 50 years old, probably original to 1904. Mike denies it, but I think he was a little worried. But the plaster will look so cool; if you need an idea of what the finished plaster restoration will look like, head over to Pat's place. There are a few places the plaster still shows. Imagine this polished; it will be the interior walls of the retail space.