Southside began another revitalization project in late 2003 with the addition of the Belmont Police Department to its wrap sheet. Southside was challenged by the City of Belmont and Narmour Wright Associates to transform a former mill into a sleek, high-tech police station. Southside began its renovation efforts by completely demolishing the older half of the existing facility as well the interior portion of the newer half. Interior re-unfitting called for new gypsum wallboard wrapped around metal stud frames with particular detail given to the four circular lobby areas as well as the front entry rotunda. An Imago paneling ceiling hangs throughout the building. The translucent panels are back-lit for a nice, soft interior glow. Other interior finishes included ceramic, travertine, and mosaic tile in a muted color palate. The front elevation features ornate ground-face block veneer with internal lighting and a barrel arched entryway encompassing a radius storefront.