At the corner is the Weidner Block (1895), a two-story Queen Anne building with a second-floor bay tower at the street corner. Though somewhat remodeled, the ground floor storefronts are still intact. Next door to the Weidner block is another late nineteenth-century block with two bay towers. Its face suggests the French Châteauesque style, with a few references to the Richardsonian Romanesque.
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