A two-story portico with Ionic columns sits atop a brick entrance porch. The entrance itself has a curved lintel that seems to thrust itself into the floor of the upper portico. Individual balconies appear behind the columns on the third floor, enabling each apartment to have an outdoor porch. The first floor has been treated as a rusticated raised basement, and the entire classical composition is contained by a deep, wide wood cornice.
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