This five-story building with an angled corner bay is a characteristic example of a commercial Italianate block. The building retains its metal storefront and its prominent cornice. It originally served the Lemon and Wheeler Company, which was established as a wholesale grocery company in 1872, but today it houses office loft spaces.
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Lemon and Wheeler Company Building
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