The price tag for the technologically updated station was estimated at $40 million in December. Now it is set at an estimated $45 million. And the size of the building has ticked up a bit as well, from 94,500 square feet to 96,000. The schedule has slipped some, too. Originally, vertical construction was scheduled for April and completion was set for summer 2016. Now it is expected to be finished in the fall of next year.