This remarkably well preserved streetfront of Streamline Moderne retail store buildings starts at one end with Grant's (1939–1940) and ends at the other with Walgreen's (c. 1937). Between these is a Lerner Shop, with its usual recessed center with narrow bands of glass brick, and three additional stores, including a Woolworth's. Some of the integral signage remains. The most impressive of these is for Grant's, where the two sets of letters appear on the corner curved parapet; they are realized in the same dressed limestone as the rest of the building.
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Row of Retail Commercial Buildings
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