The presence of the building is asserted through a raised rooftop lantern with a double row of bracket supports and a tile roof. Other accents are the tile sheet roof over the street windows and the entrance arch with its tile-filled lunette and columns to the side. If pressed, one supposes, the building's designer might have said that its image is Mediterranean.
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