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Medical Office (Community House)
A later version of the settlement houses that provided shelter, activities, and social services, this handsome structure is sheathed in beige wire-cut brick. It has blind round arches above the second-story windows and bracketed canopies over the entries. The facade has a bay topped by a second-story balcony. A flat roof, angled corners, and streamlined stone banding give a modern jauntiness to what is now a medical office.
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