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Office Building (Raleigh Hotel)
The former Raleigh Hotel is a ten-story steel and reinforced-concrete Prairie School– influenced commercial building. It is clad with brick and has a cast-stone base and belt courses, with a pressed-metal cornice and Sullivanesque cartouches. It served as the downtown's flagship hotel through much of the twentieth century. The fixed glass windows are from a c. 1970 alteration. The building is now used for state offices.
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