Street side the relatively long (about 130 feet) structure is solidly-built with emphasise on the structure and materials, and sparse ornamentation. The linear low-slung, horizontal profile is emphasized by the white belt course at wall top, another brick course above the windows and by the window sills being in alignment. This so-called "Prairie House" style was evoking the prairie landscape - a uniquely American architectural style. Featuring horizontal lines, flat or hipped roofs, windows often grouped in horizontal bands and solid construction. A restaurant occupies the left portion and a business is in the right end.
(submitted by Rich A. on 07/03/14)