Union Station, Los Angeles’ main railway station, will soon welcome a new craft brewery/pub next to its busy terminals. The project, which has been in the works since 2014, will be the first occupant to take over the Fred Harvey Room since the former Harvey House restaurant closed in 1967.

According to Eater, the still unnamed brewpub project is spearheaded by owners Cedd Moses, Eric Needleman, and 213 Hospitality group. The team is responsible for prominent DTLA fixtures including Seven Grand, Arts District Brewery, Golden Gopher, and Cole’s. Promising a quality experience, Moses has enlisted David Lentz to handle the kitchen and Eric Alperin to run the bar. Lentz is the chef and owner of the distinguished seafood restaurant The Hungry Cat, and Alperin is known as one of the top mixologists in the country.

Of course, the Metro is also assisting with the project. A staff report from the public transit company states that its historic preservation architect will work with Moses and Needleman to maintain the station’s Art Deco/Moderne/Spanish Revival architectural details. The brewpub will incorporate both historical and contemporary elements in its design. The new tenants have already received a preservation award from the Los Angeles Conservancy.

Although the timeline for the brewpub is unclear, it’s expected to open by early 2018. The Metro is already working on a number of station improvements including an above-ground concourse.