The rough limestone walls together with the crenellated parapet suggest that here we have encountered a fragment of an English medieval castle, not a nineteenth-century commercial block. The center portion of the parapet has been raised to give emphasis to the main facade. All of the doors and windows are topped by segmental arches. Other than the crenellation, no other purely decorative feature occurs in the building. Instead, the rough masonry surface alone imparts a strong sense of character.
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Burlington Produce Company Building
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