The Belmont Town Hall is a historically significant, finely detailed building in the Queen Anne style (c. 1882). Courtstreet Architects was charged with renovating the town hall for accessibility, re-planning the town offices, and providing general building upgrades to enable it to function as a modern workplace. Courtstreet Architects accomplished these goals while maintaining the building's historic integrity, inside and out.
The improvements for accessibility include, a four-stop elevator, lift, grade level entry, toilet rooms, and a fire alarm system. The Selectmen's Area and the Clerk's Office were renovated, in addition to the ground floor for meeting rooms. The second floor was made useable by an exterior stair for egress, the mechanical and electrical systems were upgraded, and a sprinkler system added.
The exterior renovations include slate & copper roof repairs, masonry repointing, window replacement, and stained glass.