At the time of its completion, this three-story building, the premiere structure in Radford's west end, served as headquarters for a speculative real estate development company, provided lodging and display rooms for traveling salesmen, and had commercial spaces on the first story. Although the initial designed called for two three-story blocks linked by a hyphen, only the east block was built. The Richardsonian Romanesque–influenced building has pressed-brick walls, stone sills, bay windows, and a round-arched corner entrance supported on a massive stone pier topped by an ornate terra-cotta cartouche. It is now a commercial and apartment building.
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Radford Trust Company Building
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