This is a renovation of Pedro Point Shopping Center was designed by Lowney Architecture, and this demonstrates innovation in creating a sustainable adaptive re. By 23,000 square feet of the original using the Northern California vernacular architecture with modern touches and a green Pedro Point Shopping Center to see the return of previously trafficked sidewalks. A modern concrete and stone veneer finished in bright colors add visual interest and architectural archetype for mold is usually a cookie from the volume shopping mall. Punched add architectural detail. Varying both planar surfaces of buildings and boredom of the storefront façade and entrance they highlighted. The extension of the exterior walls above the roofline of the corner rounding saddle again adding greater emphasis and importance of the main features of the plaza, the project stores. The project is to obtain Gold LEED certification by utilizing the sustainable development practices and includes and adapts most of the building. This proves not only that the greening of architecture that can be past its prime is a possibility that it can be done within reason and budget constraints. Dramatic new shadow falls over the surface of the building, attracting new and old, this customer’s shopping plaza was renovated and revamped.