The Corbit Brothers building, owned by Acme Structure X Inc., is a gem in downtown Reading’s Callowhill Historic District. The building was built more than 100 years ago and is one of the few terra-cotta facade buildings still remaining in downtown Reading, PA. This historic building represents a high point in commercial architecture from the early 20th century and cannot be replaced once lost. The Corbit Brothers building was vacant for many years; Shuman Development Group bought the building and invested in the building to bring it back to its original grandeur, utilizing Historic Tax Credits and long-term financing from Community Lenders. As a building on the National Register of Historic Places, Shuman Development Group followed a multi-step approval process, which was managed by the National Park Service, to obtain the tax credits to invest in the rehabilitation and re-use of the building. The building now has the best indoor parking garage in the city, it is heated, two-story, 50-car garage with dual-security access doors and there is 12,000 square feet of office space.