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Main Street Center (Richmond Trust Company)
This self-assured building with a limestone base and brick upper floors is restrained in comparison to other buildings of the early 1920s. Although the base, an in antis colonnade of four Greek Doric columns, is ornate, the upper reaches are surprisingly simple for a Richmond high rise of this era.
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