A three-story brick apartment building here pays homage to the bay window. The six broad, angular bays and the corner bay tower are sheathed in copper divided into a pattern of square panels. While the two principal entrances reveal Richardsonian Romanesque elements, the building, with its metal balconies, conveys a general turn-of-the-century classical flavor.
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