Historic buildings reflect a community’s commitment to honoring its heritage and character. Increasingly, throughout cities all over the United States, these buildings are among the most coveted spaces in which to work and live, offering unique spaces that give tenants a little piece of that heritage and character. While these locations typically fetch top dollar in a booming real estate market, they often lack some of the modern amenities on which we’ve come to rely — including strong, reliable cellular coverage.
While unique inside and out, these buildings often don’t play well with technology. Indeed, older types of construction using concrete, brick, and steel are notorious signal killers, rendering some of the most beautiful historic buildings dead zones. This can wreak havoc on businesses that set up shop in these locations, and residents that call them home.