125-147 4th Ave. W.

Staton Building. ca. 1920. Contributing.

125 4th westTwo-story red striated brick Commercial Style building covering approximately one-third of the block.  Tiled pent roof extends out over the second story with pairs of brackets in the eaves, on the south and west sides.  The south elevation has double, triple, and quadruple windows, all one-over-one.  The six storefronts have been modified with metal panels and aluminum frame display windows and doors.  The storefront at 133 Fourth Avenue West retains its original configuration with tile window aprons and paneled ceiling.  The central entry to the second floor retains its original door and transom.  The north elevation has six-over-one windows, with some four-over-one.  The east elevation is less decorative than the others with one-over-one windows. There is a small one-story addition behind this building, built by 1943.  Some of the early uses in the building included a drugstore, offices, and telephone exchange.   (Sanborn maps).

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