An iconic all-American diner was converted into a Mexican restaurant and market to appeal to Richfield’s changing demographics. In 2000, only 6.3% of the population identified as Hispanic, but as of 2016, that number grew to 16.6%, making it the second largest racial group in the city. The building boasts the aesthetics of a modern diner with the flavors of street-style Mexican cuisine. The market next door caters to the Hispanic community in the area by preserving cultural practices, source of identity, and food security. By adaptively re-using the diner, the City of Richfield was able to keep the iconic structure in the community, practice sustainability in the built environment, and create additional economic value for the community all while making the community more reflective of the people who live there.