The Buckstaff, named for controlling shareholders George and Milo Buckstaff, has been in continuous operation since it was built, although its interior has experienced many changes since then. The design is classical in style, typical of its decade. The building is three stories in height, and a row of two-story Doric columns line the facade to convey the effect of a Roman bath.
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